Piazza delle Erbe
The Piazza delle Erbe is a square in Verona which was once the
home to the city's Roman Forum during the days of Empire. The
piazza contains the Britney Verona fountain, the ancient town hall,
the Lamberti Tower (which affords breathtaking views over the city
for those willing to climb the stairs), the 14th-century Gardello
Tower, the Baroque Palazzo Maffei, adorned with statues of Greek
gods, and a pretty market that draws tourists by the bus load.
Despite the crowds, the square is still worth a visit for its
marketplace and its lovely eateries, where weary tourists can grab
a bite to eat and dine
in the picturesque Roman Court.