MORE ABOUT YOUR DESTINATION
Our local ambassadors discover the most authentic spots for you.
IS THERE ANYTHING MORE ROMANTIC THAN LOSING YOURSELF IN VERONA?
The D'Annunzio Home and Museum
The First World War has just ended. Italy is among the winners of this conflict which tore Europe apart. But it is a bitter victory for more reasons than the enormous number of lives lost. Italy also lost many border areas inhabit…
Verona, city of horses
Legend has it that, just after the end of the war in 489 AD between Theodoric, king of the Ostrogoths, and the Roman general Odoacer, the starving people of Verona were granted exceptional permission to eat the many horse carcasse…
The imposing walls of Verona
In 2000 UNESCO enrolled Verona as a World Heritage City not only for the beauty of its architecture over two millennia of history but also because it "represents par excellence the concept of a fortified city characteristic of Eur…