Verona is a city often overlooked by travellers whose sights are set on the bigger and much more popular cities of Milan, Florence and Venice but this medieval city has a few extraordinary sights that should not be missed.
Food in Verona are simple, yet rich, comforting and delectable. This is a city where tradition and creativity sets it apart from the rest of Italy along with flavour and texture. Learn more about the 16 traditional dishes to try…
Whether it is the full-bodied red, delicate rosé or the distinguished white, this easy guide on Verona Wine shall help you make informed choices when dining in the historic city … read along
Visiting Verona but wondering what to do? No worries. I have you covered. In this post, you shall find the 31 best things to do in Verona, a city rich in heritage. Explore both best of the beaten track as well as off-beat experiences with this ultimate guide. Read along …
These surprisingly creative food tours in Verona offer plenty of delicious food in a variety of distinct places to eat, and you get a glimpse into an amazing culinary culture.
The legend of Romeo and Juliet continues to attract many visitors to the city. Read along to discover Shakespeare’s inspiration and how Juliet House came to be one of the most visited site in Verona
A delightful Italian city, Verona is full of charming little cobbled streets, historic piazzas, monuments and lots of authentic places to eat. Entwined with folklores, the secrets of this medieval city is best explored by joining one or more of the very best walking tours in Verona.
Verona by bike is a fun and relaxed way to explore the delightful old town. Explore the highlights and the hidden corners while venturing out a little further to the picturesque Valpolicella region.