For helpless lovers; school students & teachers working on Shakespeare's "Romeo and Juliet"; scholars wanting to hear the true story and how people really lived in the 14th century; passionates of movies like "Letters to Juliet" , "Romeo and Juliet" or "Romeo + Juliet"; and all curious people... this tour helps you discover what's behind the story, and helps you feel the way people felt in 14th century Verona.
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Europe/Rome (UTC +2hs)
Virtually meet your guide in Piazza Erbe, the market square, to live Verona as it was in the time of Romeo and Juliet. You'll soon enter a different world: a world hard to imagine now, amongst the plots and conspiracies of noble families and the hardships of 14th-century life in Italy. In this challenging and at times brutal world, you'll live the deep love of the two "innamorati", you'll feel their passion and despair, their hopes and deep affection, and their frantic struggle against their cursed, star-crossed destiny.
Registered guide and teacher of English.
You need a good internet connection. You'll be sent a link to click on at the starting time. We'll use Zoom platform, which you can easily download both on your laptop and on your mobile (or you can connect without any download from your laptop).
Please tell me the best time for you and don't forget to specify the city/country you are living, so that I can make out the corresponding time zone in Italy.
Of course! Provided your school has a good internet connection, this tour will be very useful to students of English and Italian history and very moving at the same time.
Sure! That's a good way to spend some time together even if you live far apart, you can share the same link and live the experience with them! No matter how many devises are connected, we'll enjoy the experience all together.
Of course you can! Actually, you'll have an active part in discovering what's happening and why, and you'll have to learn to think in the medieval way to predict what's going to happen, no matter how well you might know Shakespeare's tragedy, because this one takes place in 14th century Verona ...
Yes, we adapt to all kind of people, and children will simply love the story.
We'll use Zoom (or Skype if you prefer), which you can easily download both on your laptop and on your mobile (or you can connect without any download from your laptop).