I served hundreds of cups of Caffé Verona blend coffee working at Starbucks in high school, all without knowing anything about the seemingly random city in Italy it was named after.
After experiencing Verona, it makes sense. It’s a beautiful, romantic, historic city, and the espresso…I’ll never forget it.
The Adige River winds through Verona, creating a series of picturesque bridges to the peninsula where the historic city center sits between the horseshoe bend in the river.
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It’s also the Romeo and Juliet town (and where a few other Shakespeare plays took place I believe). Hopefully you got to see the balcony. Place is awesome, I go every year for work and love it.
Thanks for the comment jmk! Didn’t get to see the balcony unfortunately, but definitely planning to go back. I’m extremely jealous you get to go there every year!
So unbelievably gorgeous!! Walkable with wonderful capuccinos 😍
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