Airbnb Is Offering A Lucky Couple A Chance To Stay At Juliet's Home In Italy This Valentine's Day - Viral Bake

Airbnb Is Offering A Lucky Couple A Chance To Stay At Juliet’s Home In Italy This Valentine’s Day

Want to spend Valentine’s day at the most romantic place on earth with your adorable partner? Airbnb can be trusted for the same.

This Valentines’s day, Airbnb is offering one couple a chance to stay at the world-famous Juliet’s Hosue in Verona, Italy.

Juliet's Home

Juliet’s house, which is also a museum that goes by the name Casa di Giulietta, is where William Shakespeare’s “Romeo & Juliet” made the first declaration of love to each other.

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This would be the first time since 1930 when anyone would be allowed to stay in the house, which is believed to belong to Juliet.

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The winning couple will stay in Juliet’s medieval-themed bedroom and will use the actual bed during the stay. The bed, Letto di Giulietta, was used in Franco Zeffirelli’s 1968 film adaptation of Romeo and Juliet’s story.

Juliet's Home

The winning couple will be accompanied by a butler in the house and served cuisine prepared by two Michelin star Italian chef Giancarlo Perbellini for a candlelit dinner.

To explore the classic old school love, the winning couple would also have access to read and answer thousands of love letters addressed to Juliet every year.


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“This stay will give one couple the unique chance to celebrate their love in what is possibly the most romantic home in the history of literature,” said Giacomo Trovato, Airbnb’s general manager for Italy.

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To join the content all you need to do is write a letter to Juliet and her secretaries explaining why you as a couple would be the perfect guest for the epitome of love. All love letters must be submitted by February 2 at 11:59 p.m. ET.

Surely this would be the best gift you can give your partner this valentine’s day.

Images Credit CBS News

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