The city of Verona - centuries of history in one city.
At the heart of the area lies Verona, a splendid city of art, surrounded by the traces of its ancient history, splendid in its mythical dimension bestowed upon it by the Shakespearean tragedy of Romeo and Juliet.
Lake Garda - a dream with a thousand colours!
Lake Garda, a real natural gem, is one of the most popular tourist destinations in Italy and in the world. South of the basin, at the heart of the morainic hills, are located Valeggio sul Mincio, Borghetto and Custoza, ancient villages where time seems to have stood still.
Walking along the lake or following the paths of the Riviera degli Olivi you can enjoy unparalleled panoramic overviews. Hamlets, medieval castles, museums devoted to local traditions and historical palaces represent renowned tourist destinations.
Mountains - unexpected natural landscapes
From west to east the Monte Baldo and the Lessinia mountanous region surround the province of Verona with their various and unique natural landscapes.
Hills of Verona - Art and food
Vineyards, villas, parishes, castles, yards, wine cellars and lively local festivals: all this can be found on the Veronese hills, from the Valpolicella area to the east of the province, a territory characterized by fine wines and enchanted atmospheres.
Among grapevines, olive trees and cherry trees, artistic and cultural masterworks add to the territory a touch of enchanting simplicity: perfumed white and red wines reveal the strict link of the territory with enological culture.
Hidden natural secrets of Verona
History and nature characterize this territory which, crossed by the river Adige, extends itself south of the city of Verona until its borders with the cities of Mantova and Rovigo.
The natural sequence of its colours and landscapes surrounds country houses, villas and castles. Poplars and cultivated territories form the background to a thick net of fortifications and towers which once surveilled the territory.
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