Palazzo Giusti and its garden is one of the hidden jewels of Verona. Located at number two of the homonymous street, it is a few steps from the city center, and very close to the Roman theater.
The origin of this palace dates back to the fifteenth century when the Giusti family moved from Tuscany to Verona to establish their wool dyeing business. In the second half of the sixteenth century, Conte Agostino Giusti had the pre-existing houses demolished to build an L-shaped building spread over three floors: the mezzanine floor, the main floor and the third floor, intended for the service rooms. The Conte arranged the lands behind the palace, inspired by a typical Tuscan Renaissance garden.