Verona lands spread from the south-western part of Veneto region occupying more than a half of the Po valley uniting it with hills, mountains and iconic Garda Lake, the main tourist attraction of the province. This lake is well known for its breathtaking landscapes and natural t that alternate small and large beaches with gentle hills and green hills.
The province is composed from numerous villages, villas, castles, towers, hermitages, monasteries and sanctuaries preserving main historical and artistic value of the entire area born and raised during the Roman domination yet having much older origins dating back to the Neolithic.
The Northern part of the province, called La Lessibia, traces the definitive transition from the plains to Alpine mountains characterized by Monte Baldo, a perfect backdrop for lovers of trekking and walking in the woods. Right in the middle you will explore Valpolicella, a land of stories and flavors defined by wine tradition. Finally, Basso Veronese to the south being a peripheral area still conceals strong traditional values linked to food, wine and culture.
Discovering the province we should start from the heart of it located in historical center of Verona city featuring iconic Arena, the third largest Roman amphitheater in Italy, the house of Juliet recalling the troubled love narrated by Shakespeare, signature city squares Piazza delle Erbe and Piazza dei Signori.
Exploration of Verona provincial lands don not overlook the fortress of Castelvecchio, the Scaligero Bridge, remains of the Roman Theater, Basilica of San Zeno Maggiore and San Fermo Maggiore including local villas and imposing castles with parks that dominate the territory together with famous amusement park Gardaland.
Inimitable beauty of Lake Garda, peaceful silence of Valpolicella, glorious romanticism and history of the Verona city are perfectly blended with natural treasures. Verona province is a perfect place for unforgettable travel experience, just choose the right base to begin its discovery!