Where art thou, Romeo?
The house of Juliet or Casa di Giulietta is one of Verona’s most visited attraction as it is said this is where Juliet from Romeo and Juliet lived. Of course, this is untrue as the story is fictional but even so, it still receives a lot of visitors who enjoy looking out the stone balcony looking for their loves.
Inside the house, there is a small museum, love notes on the wall and a sculpture of Juliet, whose left breast visitors rub as it is said to bring good luck.
The house itself was built during the 13th century and it belonged to the Capello family.