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There Valpolicella is a wine-growing region located in the province of Verona, famous for its fine wines, especially red wines produced using native grape varieties such as Corvina, Corvinone, Rondinella And Molinara. THE Valpolicella wines they are known throughout the world and are appreciated for their complexity, structure and aging ability. There Valpolicella it is not only famous for its wines, but also for its picturesque hilly landscape, his historic villages and thelocal cuisine. The area is highly visited by tourists and wine lovers who wish to explore the cellars, taste the wines and immerse themselves in the authentic atmosphere of northern Italy.

Red Wine Tasting


There Valpolicella is famous for its fine wines. Participate in guided tours in local wine cellars to discover the wine production process,taste different varieties of wine and learn from people who work in the industry. 

Beyond visit the cellars, you can participate in guided tastings at wine bars and restaurants in the area. This will give you the opportunity to taste a variety of local wines, including Valpolicella Classico, Amarone and Recioto.


There Valpolicella is studded with picturesque historic villages and towns, such as San Giorgio di Valpolicella and Sant'Ambrogio di Valpolicella. Stroll through the cobbled streets, admire the traditional architecture and discover authentic village life.

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Enjoy it natural beauty of Valpolicella through hiking or in bicycle. There are numerous trails running through vineyards, olive groves and panoramic hills. The landscape is enchanting at any time of the year.


Taste it delicious Venetian cuisineat local restaurants. Try traditional dishes like "bigoli with sardines", "cavalry pastissada" and others regional specialties.


There Valpolicellais located close toVerona, a city full of history and culture. Take some time to visit the famous ones attractions of Verona, like the Arena of Verona, the Giulietta's home And Piazza delle Erbe

Admire the ancient Roman amphitheater, L'Arena of Verona, which is still in use today for shows and concerts. It is one of the most iconic sites in the city and represents an important piece of Verona's Roman history. Visit the Giulietta's home, a famous point of interest for lovers of Romeo and Juliet Of Shakespeare. You can see the famous balcony and leave a love letter on the wall.

​Visit the Castelvecchio, an impressive medieval castle that also houses an art museum. Enjoy the panoramic view of the city from the bridge over the Adige river.

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The Lake Garda it is the largest lake in Italy and one of the most fascinating and popular places in the country. It is located on the border between three regions: Lombardy, Veneto and Trentino-Alto Adige, and offers a wide variety of landscapes, activities and attractions.

The Lake Garda is surrounded by mountains, hills, olive groves and vineyards. The views are spectacular, with the blue water of the lake reflecting in the surrounding mountains.


The area around the lake offers many possibilities for lovers of outdoor activity, ashiking, mountain biking, sailing, windsurfing, kitesurfing and paragliding. The cliffs of Limone sul Garda they are famous for climbing.


Along the lake shores there are numerous towns and villages offering a mix of culture, history and architectural beauty. Some of the best known cities include Sirmione, Riva del Garda, Desenzano del Garda and Malcesine.


Sirmione is one of the most famous places on the lake, with its medieval castle and thermal waters. The Sirmione spas are famous for their therapeutic properties and are an ideal place for relaxation.

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