Piazza dei Signori, also known as Piazza Dante, is a square situated in the old center of Verona, adjacent to Piazza delle Erbe. The diversity between the two squares is very evident: inasmuch as Piazza Erbe is articulated, popular and typically "Italian", Piazza dei Signori is equally harmonious, aristocratic and cozy.
It is a charming and refined place, and for this reason is considered as Verona's magnificent and refined parlour.
It owes its name to the fascinating presence of the statue of the great poet, Dante Alighieri, who spent various years of his life in this city.
Today it is a romantic but likewise lively, animated by flamenco guitars and dances that attract the youth and tourists populating the city in the summer.