The city of Verona of Romeo and Juliet, with its artistic and architectural treasures, an international tourist destination for its manifestations,
starting with the Opera Festival which takes place in the Roman Arena. The city is full of Roman artifacts; has a history of over 2000 years that can
trace through the streets, palaces, museums. It is been declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO. A journey through history, nature or
along the streets of the ancient taste and flavors, a sporting holiday, a journey to discover the ancient places of faith:
the choice offered by this region is wide and can meet every need.
With its historical Arena, landmark of the city, the third largest Roman amphitheater in Italy, which in summer becomes the stage for big
shows, concerts and opera seasons. But Verona is world famous for being the city of lovers. Here, in fact, is the house of Juliet,
with the famous balcony that evokes the troubled love story told by the great Shakespeare.
Verona is an outstanding example of integration planning, architectural and art of different periods of history that have taken place over a period of 2,000 years.
Piazza Erbe is its ultimate expression: architecture of Roman, Medieval and Renaissance harmoniously integrated with those of the time and Scala
of nineteenth century buildings. Not far from Piazza dei Signori, the living room of Verona, another perfect example of historical stratification adorned the monument
dedicated to Dante Alighieri. Near the Adige are other great works of the Roman era and Scala, probably the two historical periods that
mostly marked the history of this city: the fortress of Castelvecchio, now the Museum of Modern Art, the Ponte Scaligero, outstanding example of
medieval architecture, and Scaliger, superb works built for burial the bodies of Gentlemen of Verona.
Across the river you can see the remains of the Roman Theatre where today, as in the past, there are major theatrical events
as the Shakespeare Festival and the Verona Jazz Festival. Theatre leads to the Archaeological Museum which displays sculptures and decorative elements and wide
objects from the period of Roman rule. Not far Giardino Giusti, one of the most beautiful Italian gardens of the Renaissance, an example
art landscape so beautiful it has been declared a national monument. Among the religious buildings most valuable for the artistic and
architectural, guests can visit the cathedral, recently restored to bring back former splendor of the wonderful frescoes and marble surface that
decorate the interior, the Basilica of San Zeno Maggiore, Romanesque church full of important paintings and sculptures, and the Basilica of San Zeno Maggiore
It consists of two Romanesque buildings superimposed then changed at the top.
Mantova: city of Gonzaga, who made one of the main centers of the Italian Renaissance and European. The Palazzo Te, Palazzo Ducale, the squares, the medieval villages of the surroundings, the 3 lakes that surround it and make it unique are just some of the destinations that tourists can choose to wander in an area rich in history and natural beauty.
Garda lake: it is the largest Italian lake, known in Roman times as Benaco. Southward it develops into a large amphitheater moraine with Mediterranean climate, where olive trees, agaves and vines grow luxuriantly. The Regional Park of the Mincio, the natural reserve of Castellaro Lagusello and the habitat of the Lake of Ash are natural beauty not to be missed. Then countless places to visit to enjoy artistic, architectural and gastronomic pleasures.
Metaponto: è il maggior lago italiano, noto in epoca romana come Benaco. Il territorio a sud si sviluppa in un grande anfiteatro morenico con clima mediterraneo, dove olivi, agavi e viti crescono rigogliose. Il Parco regionale del Mincio, la Riserva naturale di Castellaro Lagusello e il biotopo del Lago del Frassino sono bellezze naturali da non perdere. Innumerevoli poi le località da visitare per godere di bellezze artistiche, architettoniche e di piaceri enogastronomici.