In Verona, the city of Romeo and Juliet, Christmas is a pretty serious affair.
From a big comet installation that spouts out of the city’s historic arena to a big celebration for the Feast of Saint Lucy (December 13), there’s plenty to see and do in Verona during Christmas.
One of the festive highlights for visitors is no doubt the Verona Christmas Market, which is set up in some of the city’s most beautiful piazzas (or squares) throughout the season.
If you’re currently planning your own trip, or simply curious about what Verona Christmas Market is like, then we’re here to help.
Read on for an overview of Verona Christmas Market, with official dates, hotel recommendations, and locations.
NOTE: This is a Christmas market we haven’t personally visited yet, so all the information below is taken from official sources for your reference! If you have any personal tips from first-hand experience to add, let us know in the comments so we can improve this guide!
Verona Christmas Market Dates 2024
Dates: TBA (Previous year’s event: from mid-November until December, 26)
Verona Christmas Market Locations
In addition to the regular market stalls usually found in Piazza delle Erbe, you can typically find Christmas market stalls in Verona at Piazza dei Signori and the Mercato Vecchio courtyard.
If you plan your visit for the Feast of Saint Lucy on December 13, there is also usually a large pop-up market in Piazza Bra as well, in addition to the famous comet installation at the Arena:
Verona Christmas Market 2024 Hotels
Looking for a place to stay nearby while you visit Christmas markets? Here are some recommendations:
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