A walk with the Prefect (Italian)

An exciting journey, guided by Msgr. Bruno Fasani

Every month we organise the ‘Walk with the Prefect’, our best-selling event. A special visit in which Monsignor Bruno Fasani, Prefect of the Capitolare, will be the charismatic guide who will take you on an exciting journey to discover the millennial history of the Capitolare and of the city of Verona. 

The Walk provides access to some additional areas to the standard tours: the church of Sant'Elena - with evidence of the origins of Christianity in Verona and the later presence of Dante - and the underground area of the library, with traces of the Roman trading post. It also includes access to the impressive Cloister of the Canons and the splendid monumental 'Archdeacon Pacific' hall, where some magnificent manuscripts and original printed texts can be admired up close.



Monsignor Bruno Fasani

Monsignor Bruno Fasani is Canon of Verona Cathedral, an experienced professional journalist, director and collaborator of numerous newspapers, as well as a television columnist, author of essays and novels. Since 2010 he has held the position of Prefect of the Capitolare Library, promoting its opening to the public and the establishment of the Foundation dedicated to it, of which he has been President since 2019.




A walk with the Prefect (Italian)

Reservation required

A special visit in which will be Monsignor Bruno Fasani, Prefect of the Capitolare, the charismatic guide who will accompany you on an exciting journey, to discover the thousand-year history of the Chapter and the city of Verona.

People with mobility disabilities are kindly requested to contact us before purchasing tickets as the itinerary is not fully accessible.

Upcoming dates

Sunday 21 July 2024 - Hours 10:00


2h 30min


Full price € 25 / VeronaCard, ICOM, FAI, COIN € 23

Concessions € 10 (11-14 years old; caregiver accompanyng visitors with disabilities)

Free for children up to the age of 10, visitors with disabilities


Reservation required
331 594 6961


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