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Verona in a full day -- itinerary

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Am drawing up an itinerary which will allow seeing most of the major sites in Verona in a full sightseeing day, beginning at 8:30 am and ending at 6 pm. I'm thinking this is a full but do-able ordering. Timings are approximate but show the thinking here:

8:30am: Basilica San Zeno Maggiore
9:15am: Museo Castelvecchio
11am: Arena di Verona
11:45am: Juliet’s House
12:30pm: Lunch? (my preference will be no)
1:30pm: poke around Piazza della Erbe, Piazza del Signori
2:30pm: Arche Scaligeri (walk-by and look)
3pm: Basilica di Sant’Anastasia
3:30pm: Duomo
4:15pm: Giusti Gardens
4:45pm: Roman Theater and Archaeological Museum
6pm: Dinner (non-negotiable time, not far from the Roman Theater)

Most of the attractions here seem to be something one can experience in ca. half an hour to 45 minutes, and many of the attractions seem to be close by each other. The only likely exception to the 30-45 minute experience might be the Museo Castelvecchio -- how large is this attraction? I've budgeted more time for this place.

Yes, I do like very full sightseeing days -- not interested in "stop and smell the roses" advice, but want to know if I'm misjudging approximate timing on an attraction here. If I have to jettison something, am thinking it will be the Giusti Gardens.

Many thanks for any constructive advice to offer given my approach.

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