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Verona City

Verona is a stunning city in the North-East of Italy on the river Adige and its history dates back to the Neolithic when the first residential compound was built on Saint Peter Hill. The city tells its story through its buildings, streets, squares and even through its  underground where the remains of the ancient prehistoric civilisation, in particular the Roman, were found.
Verona is one of the most important art towns in Italy for its beauties and its art and archaeological possessions. There are many Roman monuments  among which the most famous is undoubtedly  the Arena, the third largest Roman amphitheatre after the Colosseum and the amphitheatre of Capua where naval battles and gladiators fights took place, while today it hosts the opera festival in the summer as well as many concerts. Another renowned monument is the Roman theatre, dating back to the I century b.C., where, in the summer,  many performances part of the Verona theatre summer festival take place among which the tragedy that made the city famous thanks to  Shakespeare, Romeo and Juliet. It is also possible to admire its famous balcony.
Among the many monuments that decorate the city there are also porta Borsari and porta Leoni, Arco dei Gavi, ponte Pietra, the only Roman bridge that can be seen in the city, the Basilica di San Pietro and Castelvecchio commissioned together with the ponte scaligero by Cangrande II. Among the squares it is imperative to mention Piazza Bra, where the Arena is located, Piazza Erbe, corresponding to the old Roman Forum, Piazza dei Signori and Piazza San Zeno.
It would be impossible to even think about putting into words the beauty of each single monument, corner or view of Verona that is a city to discover, perfect for long walks and full of restaurants and typical taverns where tourists can enjoy local dishes but only after having an aperitif and drinking a Spritz in one of the stunning squares of the city,

Garda Lake

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Lake Garda is the biggest lake in Italy located between three regions: Veneto, Trentino Alto Adige and Lombardy. In Roman times, Lake Garda was chosen as holiday location by the upper class, in particular Sirmione with its sulphurous springs. In the Renaissance, the nobles started building their villas on its shores, in contrast with the countryside setting, turning the Lake into an elite holiday destination. One of the first tourist destinations, as we intend it today,  was Gardone Riviera, where, in 1975, Luigi Wimmer built a small hotel that later became part of the luxury Grand Hotel Gardone Riviera. Gabriele D’Annunzio built his last home, the so called “Vittoriale degli italiani”, not far from here. Today it is home to a  foundation and it is open to the public for concerts and art exhibition.  On the Veronese shore, on the contrary, tourism developed later thanks to  the road “strada gardesana orientale”.
Today, Lake Garda is not only a tourist destination for its colourful villages, narrow road and clear water but also for its fully developed entertainment industry. Some of the most important attractions are Gardaland, a theme park that is constantly evolving and developing and offers its own accommodation facility, Canevaworld dived into two parks: one fully dedicated  to cinema and the other is a water park; Parco Natura Viva, a wildlife park where visitors by foot or in a vehicle  can admire many different species, also endangered, that are treated in the park and then released into the wild and last but not least, the stunning Parco Giardino Sigurtà, about 60 hectares of  green oasis on the shores of the Mincio river hosting, besides thousands of types of flowers, the most important tulip blooming in Italy and the richest in the South of Europe.


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Valpolicella is located  on the hill area before the Venetian Pre-Alps comprising seven municipalities, all in the province of Verona. This area has been renowned for wine production since ancient Rome, in particular, for the worldwide famous Amarone wine  and for the extraction of red Verona marble, a particular type of red ammonite. From an architectural point of view, the whole landscape of Valpollicella is studded with Venetian villas such as the Villa Sagramoso Sacchetti, and embellished with churches, capitals, ancient parishes and courtyards that tell its history. The main source of wealth of this area has always been the agriculture and, especially in recent years, viticulture has led to an increase in the number of agricultural enterprises ans cellars, both family-owned and major worldwide renowned enterprises.
“Valpollicella” is also the name of a refined D.O.C. Italian wine made with grapes from three different vine varieties grown on the territory. In addition, there are the “Valpolicella Classico”, “Valpolicella Ripasso” and “Valpolicella Superiore” that perfectly combine with several cured meats and cheeses.
The “Recioto”, born in 1988, is made of the same grapes but through a different process, they are, in fact, slightly raisined and acquire their characteristic sweet and velvety taste. After the Recioto, in 1936 in the Cantina Sociale della Valpolicella, one of the most famous wines in Veneto and internationally, was born: the Amarone that perfectly combines with autumn and winter dishes such as braised meat, roast, stew and game but also with cured meats and traditional local dishes such as, for example, the risotto all’Amarone.

European Cycle Path


Relais Antica Corte Verona is located near a beautiful cycle path that is connected to the Sun Route.
The approximately 7,050 km of the Sun Route will whisk you from the land of the midnight sun to Malta island hopping in the Mediterranean.
Culture, sunlight, mountains and a good dose of history which make live unforgettable adventure to those people who want to take part in the challenge. Crossing the Sun Route you will visit nine European countries, tackle the Alps, reach the tip of the ‘Italian boot’, and experiencing the sunny archipelago of Malta to mention just a few highlights.

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