With its immense artistic and cultural heritage, Verona and its province is not just a stopping-place but well worth a visit.
First of all, visit Verona's historical centre with its unforgettable views (awarded World Heritage Site Status by U.N.E.S.C.O.) and the clear waters and adjacent olive groves of Lake Garda ,,,,,,, just a few kilometres away.
Then take a trip right up to Monte Baldo, known as the "Garden of Europe" at a height of 2200m, or to the lush vine-yards of the Valpolicella and its villas.
Last but not least, go up to the Regional Nature Park of Lessinia with its woods, "malghe" (traditional cow-sheds), snowy peaks, interesting geological features and prehistoric archaeological sites and, covering a few more kilometers, reach the Eastern Section of the Province with its towns encircles by austere fortifications, medieval castles and splendid villas.