Verona is one of the major art cities in Italy for its artistic and archaeological heritage. Well known for the famous tragedy of Romeo and Juliet, this city is one of the largest in Italy, full of interesting attractions. In the magical atmosphere of Piazza Bra stands the legendary Arena, landmark of the city, known for its historical performances and opera festivals in the summer. It is one of the greatest buildings that have characterized the opulent Roman architecture and is the best preserved ancient amphitheater, thanks to constant restorations since 600.
Besides the architectural wonders and its cultural center, there are several amazing destinations in its surrounding areas, characterized by natural landscapes and ancient traditions. The Valpolicella is an excellent example: a vast area , nearby the Veronese hills, known since the days of ancient Rome for viticulture, and in particular for the Amarone wine, renowned all over the world.