Capture Verona

Verona was declared a UNESCO world heritage site in 2000, and many ancient, medieval and renaissance monuments can still be seen in the historic centre. A highly liveable, culturally dynamic, welcoming city, Verona is located in a strategic position near Lake Garda within easy reach of other important artistic cities in Italy such as Venice, Milan, Bologna and Florence. Its symbol is the Arena and it is known worldwide for William Shakespeare’s Romeo and Juliet.

It is with pleasure that we offer you four different ways to enjoy and discover this magical city.


In addition to the splendid city of Verona, you can organise a day dedicated to culture and culinary tradition from the splendid Venice to the enchanting landscapes of Valpolicella, Valeggio Sul Mincio and the characteristic villages of Lake Garda. A different way to live and discover areas rich in beauty and history.


Unforgettable moments to listen to and discover a selection of the most famous arias performed at the Arena Verona Festival


A beautiful and ancient city, like Verona, cannot help but enjoy excellent dishes to taste. Next to Juliet’s balcony, Piazza delle Erbe and the Arena, the traditional Veronese cuisine is of excellent quality.
Veronese culinary tradition is a long history of delicious wines and great food since ancient times. All this has led Verona to become a unique destination also to satisfy the palate of lovers of good food.


According to historical sources, the story of Romeo and Juliet unfolded in 1303 in Verona. At the end of 1500, William Shakespeare performed the tragedy of Verona and so Juliet was made an immortal icon of collective imagination.
Since then, Juliet and Verona have been inextricably linked, in love, hope and desire.