Discover Verona’s hidden treasures

Verona is famous for its Arena, Romeo & Juliet balcony, Amarone and Valpolicella red wine and extraordinary food. But, if you would like to leave the tourist tracks and immerse yourself in the green countryside for just one day, read on.
Why Lake Garda

Northern Lake Garda

Lake Garda offers a wide range of thrilling activities including steady winds for surfing and sailing, and hills for mount climbing.

Why Lake Garda

Madonna della Corona

Built right into a vertical cliff face on Italy’s Mount Baldo, the Santuario looks as though it is nearly suspended in mid-air.

Why Lake Garda


The charming village of Custoza offers a great opportunity to immerse yourself in the countryside and taste local wines such as the Custoza DOC.

Why Lake Garda


Located at the widest point of the lake on the Verona side, Bardolino is not just a delightful town, it is also the name of traditional wine.

Why Lake Garda


Verona is a beautiful blend of architecture, history, modern culture, art, adventure and delicious food.

Why Lake Garda


The atmosphere of Sirmione will remain in your memories forever, like a precious, glimmering drop of water on a dry surface.

Why Lake Garda


Embraced by three lakes, it boasts a jaw-dropping skyline and charming historic center thanks to the Gonzaga. Mozart was left marveled.

Why Lake Garda

Borghetto sul Mincio

Borghetto sul Mincio is one of the most beautiful villages in Italy. Perfect for a romantic getaway that seems unreal.

Why Lake Garda


Dive into the world of Valpolicella and Amarone DOC wines: learn about all the outdoor activities.

Why Lake Garda

Peschiera del Garda

Dating back to Roman times, Peschiera had been fortified by Scaligeri, Venice, Austria, and Italy when its walls were designed by famous architects of the time.

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