Verona is the city of love, consecrated by the tragedy of Juliet and Romeo, and was elected a World Heritage Site by UNESCO. Rich in history and culture, its historic center is large and offers many interesting places to visit, such as the Arena, the Roman theater, Piazza Erbe, Piazza Bra. Don’t miss Juliet’s house, visited by many people every year.
Venice, the city on the lagoon, rich in history, has also been named a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Venice should be savored on foot, walking through its streets, or in a gondola on one of its many canals. You will be able to admire numerous monuments, churches, bridges, artisan shops and, finally, you will arrive at Piazza San Marco and admire the basilica and the bell tower.
Mantua is also a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The city was crowned the Italian Capital of Culture 2016. It stands on the Mincio River and you will hear the story everywhere around you, walking through its streets. Mantua was a Roman city, however, founded even earlier by the Etruscans.
Like Venice, Mantua and Verona, Brescia was also named a World Heritage Site by UNESCO. The city is rich in monuments, including the castle, which offers a breathtaking view of the city and its surroundings, the monastery of Santa Giulia, the Roman forum, the domus of Ortaglia.