Juliet’s tomb

You can see Juliet’s tomb inside the former convent of the Capuchin monks dating back to the XIII century, which is now the Museum of frescoes “G.B. Cavalcaselle”.

According to the tradition, this is the place where Juliet Capulet has been buried.

Since 2000, a summer festival has been held every Monday in the cloister of the former convent: OPERA IN LOVE – Romeo and Juliet.

An event to tell the story of Juliet and Romeo, in which Shakespeare’s words, in the original language, meet the protagonists of the operas of Verdi, Puccini, Mozart.

Address: via Luigi da Porto, 5. 

For more info (timetables, prices, reservation) here’s the link to the official website: https://museodegliaffreschi.comune.verona.it/nqcontent.cfm?a_id=44363

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