The Roman theatre of Verona - also known as the Teatro Romano di Verona in Italian - is a fascinating ancient Roman theatre in Verona, located next to Italy's Adige River. The theatre dates back to the 1st century BC when it was first built and its ruins were discovered later in the 19th century by the owner of the land. At present, the theatres cavea, step and stage remains are still visible and is host to various concerts and events throughout the year - particularly during summer. The Archaeological Museum is housed in the former monastery of San Gerolamo and showcases a wide range of ancient artefacts ranging from Roman coins to mosaics to other works of art. Guided tours are also available, providing visitors an interesting glimpse into the rich history of Verona.
Tickets cost around €4
Open on Tuesdays to Sundays from 8:30 a.m. - 6:45 p.m. Opens on Mondays at 1:30 a.m.
Around 2 hours
Adults, Families,Young Adults
The Archaeological Museum
Designated prayer facilities at the Roman theatre & museum will be unavailable for Muslim travellers but plenty of open space will be available in the area to use during prayer times. It is also possible to visit a few of the mosques in Verona such as the Muslim Cultural Center and Centro Culturale Islamico El Falah Onlus.
There are a few Halal restaurants in Verona for Muslim travellers. The Muslim Cultural Center and Centro Culturale Islamico El Falah Onlus will be able to provide more information on the best places where Halal food can be found in Verona. For more options, travellers can also visit some of the Halal restaurants in neighbouring cities such as the popular Spice Hut Pizzeria & Kebabish located not too far away in Veneto.