Discover the locations of the movie 'Letters to Juliet' in the beautiful Verona. Follow your guide through the most romantic and meaningful places of Romeo and Juliet's love story and marvel at the beauty of their city.
Admire panoramic views of the hills and the vineyards of the glorious Valpolicella land, visit a family-run winery and discover the processes of the Valpolicella wine and taste Valpolicella Classico, Ripasso, Superiore, Amarone, extra Virgin olive oil together with local products.
Tasting of a Selection of the best Italian DOP Extra Virgin olive oil paired with local food, visit a rural house from the 17th century in Valpolicella and admire the breathtaking view of Valpolicella from the terrace.
The city of Romeo and Juliet, symbol of eternal love, is a major tourist destination for its great historical, architectural and artisitic heritage. Verona was nominated a World Heritage Site by UNESCO for its urban structure and its architecture, a classic example of a fortified city in different historical moments.
A visit to the beautiful city of Verona can only start from Arena, the Roman amphitheater built around the first century B.C. and used today for the famous areniano opera festival.
Dating back to the Middle Ages, however, is the Basilica of San Zeno, considered one of the masterpieces of Romanesque art in Italy. In the Scaligera era the profile of the city took on its present appearance, with the heart of the old town that consists of Piazza Erbe with the Lion of San Marco and the Piazza dei Signori with the statue of Dante.
In the city of love you cannot miss a romantic stroll along the picturesque Scaliger Bridge and a visit to "Juliet's House", where couples from all over the world leave a souvenir or token of themselves to seal their love eternally.