A range of scenarious and crossroads of culture

History, nature and romance
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Verona is a historic city, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, famous worldwide as the home of Romeo and Juliet and for the Arena and its Opera performances. This enchanting city, located in the heart of the Veneto region, is the ideal destination for a romantic weekend or a cultural visit. There are many monuments and museums to see in the city, including the Arena, Juliet's house with the famous balcony, the Scaliger Tombs, Piazza Bra, and Piazza Erbe, which is considered Verona's elegant living room. In the lively historic centre, you can also find restaurants and the typical osteria that preserve the Veronese culinary tradition. 

More info: www.visitverona.it 

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Lake Garda

Lake Garda is one of the most fascinating and well-known natural gems in Italy. Located just a short drive from Verona, it offers a wide range of activities and natural beauties to explore. Among the must-visit places you find Sirmione with its famous thermal baths, Malcesine, Riva del Garda, and Limone sul Garda. These towns and villages provide a variety of experiences, from relaxation to outdoor activities.

The surrounding area is also rich in history, with ancient castles, churches, and archaeological sites to explore. One of these is undoubtedly the Vittoriale degli Italiani, in Gardone Riviera, which was the residence of Gabriele D'Annunzio and offers an interesting glimpse into Italian history.

For water sports and cycling enthusiasts, Lake Garda is a true paradise. Its vast waters offer many opportunities for sailing, windsurfing, and kitesurfing, while the surrounding mountains are perfect for cycling and mountain biking excursions. Moreover, the region is crisscrossed with hiking trails that lead to breathtaking panoramic views. 

More info: www.visitgarda.com 

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Regional Park of Lessinia

A territory filled with emotions, to live in perfect harmony with the wonderful nature and historical traces dating back to the dawn of time. The park is located in the northern part of the province of Verona, encompassing a geographical area ranging from 1,200 meters to the peaks. The park includes all the Veronese mountains except for Mount Baldo. The park features an extensive network of trails for hiking, mountain biking, or horseback riding, and also offers the opportunity for winter sports.

The fauna in the park includes deer, roe deer, alpine chamois, marmots, foxes, weasels, beech martens, hares, squirrels, and dormice, in addition to numerous species of wild birds such as the golden eagle, peregrine falcon, capercaillie,  ountain pheasant, tawny owl, black woodpecker, and water ouzel. The territory of the park is also home to porcupines, and the wolf, which has recently recolonized Lessinia. 

More info: www.lessiniapark.it