Noun cases or verb conjugations

what do you find more complex verb conjugations in latin languages or noun cases iin languages that have cases like german or russian i’m not asking which language is easier just these gramatical part of the languages

In my experience verbs always seem one of the more difficult part of any language. The concepts of tenses, voice, aspect, etc., etc., are much more abstract than solid physical nouns that you can hold in your hand and count. So there’s more likely to be a big difference between how your native language and your target language handle verbs – in the concepts, not just the particulars.

However, in listening to Russian I find it more challenging to understand when the grammar uses only a noun case ending where English uses a preposition. When reading I can re-read and parse out a sentence if necessary (and the cases actually help unravel long, complex sentences). But you can’t do that when listening, and I find I miss the semantic clues my brain has been trained to look for in prepositions.

Verb conjugations seems to be easier than cases.
Even in Polish which is very close to my mother tongue I may be not sure which endings should I use. In German different verbs require different cases, I cannot uderstand how to guess the logic.
I find it easier to use the languages without cases, the logic of verb conjugations seems to be more obvious.