Tour of Verona, Garda Lake and Valpolicella
Discovering Verona and the hills of Amarone
History, art, literature, landscapes and world-famous food and wine.
If you are staying in Venice, a tour to Verona and its surroundings, which for many reasons deserve visit, can be considered your must.
Verona is an ancient city, whose origins date back to Roman times, rich in history, culture and architecture, wrapped in the charm of the myth of Shakespeare. Bridges, churches, palaces, squares and monuments testify to its millenary splendour: Piazza Bra, Piazza delle Erbe and Piazza dei Signori, the spectacular Arena di Verona, Juliet’s House and then Cathedrals, Basilicas, Theatres, Monumental Tombs and much more. An immense artistic heritage and breathtaking views that will remain forever imprinted in the memory.
Surrounded by olive groves and vineyards among the most precious of all the natural wonders: Lake Garda and the magnificent villages that dot the coast, such as Sirmione, Lazise, Bardolino, Torri del Benaco, Malcesine, Garda, Peschiera. Small architectural gems, splendid harbours and one of the richest offers of entertainment and wellness facilities in Europe.
Dulcis in fundo, the Valpolicella: a succession of hills, valleys, plains and terraces that offer breathtaking landscapes, adorned with Venetian villas of great value, churches, courts and, above all, food and wine of the highest level.
Amarone, the ruby-coloured wine that accompanies traditional Venetian dishes and highlights typical local products (cheeses, cold cuts), is the king of those hills.
Our affiliated wineries:
The Masi winery, owned by the Boscaini family for over 200 years, ancient guardian of the technique of drying grapes used since the time of the Roman Empire.
The Fratelli Vogadori family winery is a worldwide reference point for the production of Amarone.
To get detailed information on our tours and start your Valpolicella wine tasting, contact our multilingual team any time of the day.