There's no stained glass in this church, but you won't miss it. Dating back to the 7th century, Santa Maria in Organo holds a wealth of artwork from the High Renaissance. Vibrant frescoes of cherubim, seraphim, saints, and sinners dart across the walls. The church is exceptionally well-preserved, and free, so it’s definitely worth a stop as you wander the streets of Verona. The unfinished façade is remarkable as well: the bottom was crafted in Renaissance style and the top shows a Gothic-Romanesque influence.
Recommended by locals, Da Salvatore serves their pizzas Neapolitan style (thick, but soft dough).... Read more