Delivered to the myth of the famous Shakespeare's masterpiece "Romeo and Juliet", the beautiful city ofVerona is a real gem, so that has been declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO.
This splendid city of art, bathed by the river Adige, has, in fact, a long history. Before the Romans, then the Scala family, the Venetians, and finally the Austrians have left their mark on the ancient palaces, squares, bridges and beautiful churches, masterpieces waiting to be discovered. In the beautiful setting of Piazza Bra, stands the Arena, the majestic Roman amphitheater that has become the symbol of the city. During the summer it hosts concerts and internationally acclaimed opera performances. In the charming old town, enclosed by medieval walls, elegant cafes and historic pubs, craft shops and high fashion shops enliven the life of the city throughout the year.
The surroundings have a lot to offer: the Mount Baldo and the mountains of the Dolomites, the villages that overlook Lake Garda, genuine natural pearl and flagship of the Italian territory, and the Verona’s hills, land of castles and chateaux, of traditional festivals and renowned wineries and wines such asValpolicella, Soave and Bardolino.