Welcome to this tailor-made 9-day experience of famous wine, excellent food and breathless landscapes and cities.
If you’re a wine buff, you might already know a thing or two about the Italian wine-making region. This unpublished tour will bring to you the most incredible valley of many cellars: Valpolicella. Known as the pearl of Verona, at just few kilometers from Verona, with wine production hidden away in the region’s foothills, just north of the Adige River, where the inhabitants that have been stomping grapes since the days of ancient Greece and the red wine only seems to get better with age. Valpolicella’s climate is critical to the success of its wine. Although Valpolicella is known all over the world for its famous wines, especially Amarone DOCG, the territory is less known despite a beautiful landscape of gentle hills that grow into mountains as you move north, valleys with old villages, gorgeous villas and medieval churches, making it a tourist destination.
From wine to love it’s just one step: Verona. The city of Romeo and Juliet is a visually-stunning city of excellence and one of the 55 Italian sites on the UNESCO World Heritage list. It is really a city of many faces whose history can also summarize Italy's own history – think of the works left by the Romans, the Medieval streets and the palazzi of the Renaissance narrating the city’s long history of wealth and power. The tour includes also an authentic Sommelier experience.
From lovers’ city to the keen of the cities: Venice. It is an unmissable city to visit, celebrated throughout the world for its singular beauty, Venice and its lagoon were added to the list of UNESCO World Heritage Sites in 1987. Spectacular palazzi mirroring on the Canal Grande, unbelievable Piazza San Marco and Cathedral, tiny squares and lots of bridges make of Venice the dream destination for any beauty lover. As many other Italian cities, is an open-air museum that seems to float on its lagoon. Visitors can walk its entirety if they want to, crossing its characteristic calle or vias, its campi and campitelli and its magnificent bridges.
Best time to go: March - October
Valpolicella vineyards, Verona, Venice, Lagoon islands
Unique about this trip
UNESCO World Heritage sites
Excellent food and wine
Let you have a unique travel program and great value for money. Unforgettable experiences, selected comfort hotels, charming places, gourmet experiences.
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· Personal documents (passport, identity card, driving license): please check their validity and customs and health entry procedures (certificates, visa) prior to the departure
· Upon booking, please specify any food allergies or preferences you may have. We are happy to accommodate you as much as possible.
Private van transfer from the Airport. After you arrive at your hotel, enjoy a welcome drink and settle in.
The numerous attractions have made Verona a popular tourist destination. The city of Shakespeare is legend all over the world, and lives indefinitely through the places made famous in the play, Romeo and Juliet. A walking tour of Verona will let you see the 2,000-year-old amphitheater called Arena, built before the Colosseum in Rome and still used. A walk through the evocative streets of Verona, passing the Jewish Ghetto, to reach Herbs Square with its lively market, its glamorous palaces, the fascinating fountain of Madonna Verona, the Lamberti Tower, and the ancient Domus Mercatorum. The tour continues to the historical Signori Square, astonishing in its simple elegance: here the entire history of Verona can be seen, from the Roman period city, through the Romanesque, the Gothic, the Renaissance-period buildings, to today’s life. Passing through evocative medieval courtyards, we finally reach the Scala Family Tombs, Romeo’s House and the world-famous Juliet’s House, with the balcony and the statue of Juliet, the unlucky protagonist of the heart-breaking tragedy and made famous by Shakespeare.
Overnight at the selected boutique hotel in Verona.