Saint Anastasia Basilica

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Basic info

Type of attraction


Italian name

Basilica di Santa Anastasia


Piazza S.Anastasia, 37121 Verona

+39 045 592813

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How to visit


Single Entrance
Price: 4,00€

Visit only 1 of the 4 churches.
Purchases only on site. Valid only for the same day.

The 4 Churches Itinerary*
Price: 8,00€
Senior over 65: 7,00€
Student: 7,00€

*Includes: Verona Cathedral, Basilica of San Zeno, Basilica of Saint Anastasia & Church of Saint Fermo.
*Purchases on site & online.

Family Tickets
Children under 18: Free**

**If accompanied by 2 paying adults.

Free access
  • Children under 11
  • Verona Card
Opening times

November to February
Monday – Friday: 10 am – 5 pm
Saturday: 9:30 am – 6 pm
Sunday: 1 pm – 5:30 pm
Religious holidays: 1 pm – 5:30 pm

March to October
Monday – Friday: 9:30 am – 6:30 pm
Saturday: 9:30 am – 6 pm
Sunday: 1 pm – 6 pm
Religious holidays: 1 pm – 6 pm

Closing days


Piazza S.Anastasia, 37121 Verona

Public transports

From Catullo Verona Airport:
Bus 199
+ 4 min walk to Bus Terminal C2:
+ Bus 52 + 11 min walk

Bus 199
+ 4 min walk to Bus Terminal Fs-C5:
+ Bus 101 + 7 min walk

From Verona Porta Nuova Bus Station:
Terminal C2: Bus 98 + 10 min walk

Terminal B3: Bus 24, 21, 93, 94 + 8 min walk

More details

  • Fresco of “Saint George and the Princess”: a masterpiece painted by Pisanello (1433-38), that dignifies the Pellegrini Chapel. It captures remarkably the tension preceding the fight against the dragon.
  • “Madonna of the Rosary”: a canvas painted by Lorenzo Veneziano (c.1372). It depicts the Madonna between St. Peter the Martyr and St. Domenico.
  • The “Hunchbacks”: the two caryatids that hold on their backs the holy water basins.
  • Boldieri Altar: displays side by side the statues of St. Rocco, St. Sebastian and St. Peter the Martyr. With frescoes by Antonio Badile.
  • Chapel of Cavalli: notable for the fresco by Altichiero (1370) depitcing three members of the Cavalli family kneeling in devotion.
  • Centrego Altar: decorated with “Our Lady enthroned between St. Thomas and St. Augustine”, an admirable altarpiece by Girolamo dai Libri.
  • Fregoso Altar: a funeral monument in honor of the captain Giano Fregoso. An eye-catching work by the sculptor Danese Cattaneo.
  • Giusti Chapel: once an oratory for the Dominicans. A choir stall skillfully crafted in wood stands out.

304 – Martyrdom of St. Anastasia.

6th-8th century – Lombard period. Construction of a church dedicated to the Virgin Anastasia.

1252 – Martyrdom of St. Peter.

1290 – The Dominicans settle in the pre-existing church. The powerful Della Scala family and other donors sponsor the construction of the Gothic basilica.

1307 – The Basilica is also dedicated to St. Peter (martyr and co-patron saint of Verona).

15th century – The construction of the main structure of the basilica is finished.

15th-16th century – Various chapels were added in honor of some notable figures of Verona.

the surroundings

  • Verona Cathedral (400 m)
  • Juliet’s House (500 m)
  • Archeological Museum (650 m)
  • Natural History Museum (900 m)
  • Castelvecchio Museum (1,1 km)
  • La Bottega della Gina XXL (73 m)
  • Ostregheteria Sottoriva 23 (110 m)
  • Trattoria Fluviale Vecio Mulin (140 m)
  • Tigella Bella (200 m)
  • Osteria al Duca (260 m)

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