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Castellaro Lagusello and its heart-shaped lake

Castellaro Lagusello and its heart-shaped lake

A village forgotten by time Explore the Morainic hills riding a Vespa and visit Castellaro Lagusello (MN) a fortified little town that is reflected in its heart-shaped lake surrounded by the landscape of the Morainic hills and wineyards. It is impossible to get lost,...

Madonna della Corona Sanctuary near Verona

Madonna della Corona Sanctuary near Verona

If you are venturing through the picturesque landscapes of Spiazzi in the region, you can reach out to the world-famous Madonna della Corona Sanctuary –also referred to as the Sanctuary of the Lady of the Crown.

Sfogliatine: elegant and classy italian pastry

Sfogliatine: elegant and classy italian pastry

Its typical shape is that of a donut The invention of this sweet, which for over 140 years has delighted the palates of connoisseurs of haute patisserie, is due to Marcello Fantoni, who had inherited the pastry art from his grandfather Giovanni. It was him who created...

Terre del Custoza

Terre del Custoza

Terra del Custoza is a territory located on the morainic hills south-east of Lake Garda and includes the Municipalities of Sommacampagna, Valeggio sul Mincio, Villafranca di Verona, Bussolengo and Sona.

Villafranca castle in Romeo and Juliet by Shakespeare

Villafranca castle in Romeo and Juliet by Shakespeare

Perhaps not everyone knows that Villafranca di Verona is a Shakespearean city, in fact, just read the text of Romeo and Juliet to realize it. The unhappy story of the two unlucky lovers is set in the cities of Verona and Mantua, but also tells about an “old castle of Villafranca”, Old Free Town.