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Torre dei Lamberti, Verona

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A wealthy family built Torre dei Lamberti in 1172, and it stands as a reminder of the many towers that once dotted Verona's skyline. The 84 m (275.6 ft) tall structure is a mix of architectural styles added over the centuries. Climb to the top for views of the old town and countryside. Listen for two sets of bells, the Rengo and Marangona, which still ring occasionally. Take the elevator to the viewing platform if the climb looks too strenuous. Put Torre dei Lamberti into our Verona route planner to see other points of interest to visit during your vacation in Verona.
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  • Do not miss! Amazing view of the city from the top! Included in the verona card and you just have to pay 1€ to use the lift and there’s only a few steps once you get to the top. Do not miss! It... 
    Do not miss! Amazing view of the city from the top! Included in the verona card and you just have to pay 1€ to use the lift and there’s only a few steps once you get to the top. Do not miss! It...  more »
  • This is a prime site in the city. The views from the top are good although the higher bell area is closed to the public at present. This however does not detract from the views. If you are healthy... 
    This is a prime site in the city. The views from the top are good although the higher bell area is closed to the public at present. This however does not detract from the views. If you are healthy...  more »
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  • Good views of Verona old town, but at the price of 6€ I think its too expensive just for the views and time wasted in the queue. I think its better to go to the Castel San Pietro, the views are much better, the entrance is free and you don't waste probably 30min or more waiting in a queue.
  • I’d recommend emailing and making a reservation beforehand. The lady manning the line was nice enough to let me in 30 minutes earlier than my reserved time. If you purchase the Verona card, I’d recommend paying the extra 1 EUR for the elevator up. Climbing those stairs with a face mask was not worth the 1 EUR I saved lol. Great views up top!

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