Where is Romeo and Juliet?

Verona, ItalyVerona, Italy.

Where did the real Romeo and Juliet live?

The two families, Montecchi and Capuleti, actually lived in Verona between the end of the 13th and the beginning of the 14th century. Did they have a son named Romeo and a daughter named Juliet (Giulietta in Italian)?

What town in Italy is Romeo and Juliet?


Known as the city of love, Verona is famous for its links to Romeo and Juliet, William Shakespeare’s play about star-crossed lovers. Here are 7 of the best sights related to Romeo and Juliet in Verona. Discover the best Verona attractions and find out more about the fictional young couple and their famous love story.

What country is Romeo in?


Romeo Montague
Affiliation Mercutio Friar Laurence
Family Lord Montague (father) Lady Montague (mother) Benvolio Montague (cousin)
Spouse Juliet Capulet
Nationality Italian

What country is Verona in?


Verona, city, episcopal see, Veneto regione, northern Italy. It lies at the foot of the Lessini Mountains, 65 miles (105 km) west of Venice, and is half-encircled by the Adige River. The Ponte Pietra over the Adige River at Verona, Italy.

Was Juliet a real person?

Juliet never existed, but there is a sense in which all of Shakespeare’s characters are as real as the people we encounter in our daily lives.

Where is Verona in Romeo and Juliet?

northeastern Italy

Verona, Italy. Verona is a city in northeastern Italy. In Shakespeare’s lifetime, it was part of the Venetian Republic, but until 1405 it had been an independent city-state. The Verona of Romeo and Juliet seems to be independent and with its own prince, who authorizes and enforces local laws.

Where is Verona Beach Romeo and Juliet?

Mexico City

Baz Luhrmann’s brashly imaginative and hugely successful reinvention of the Shakespeare play sets the action in ‘Verona Beach’, seemingly in ‘Miami, but was made at the famous Churubusco Studios in Mexico City. The aerial shot of ‘Verona’ is the Zona Rosa business and shopping district of Mexico City.