San Bonifacio

In this chapter we discuss one of the most characteristic and historical cities of the province of Verona: San Bonifacio. San Bonifacio is a small town in the province of Verona, located south of the town of Soave on the border with the province of Vicenza. The pearl of the city is certainly the Abbey … Read more

Isola della Scala

In this chapter we discuss a city located in the south of Verona that reserves very interesting and characteristic surprises, Isola della Scala. Isola della Scala is located south of Verona along the Via Consolare Augusta, (connecting the Roman world with the Germanic one, starting from the Po Valley, through the Alps up to the … Read more

Villafranca di Verona

In this chapter we discuss one of the cities that have marked the history of the unique and courageous province of Verona, Villafranca di Verona.

The Roman Theater

In this chapter we discuss the Roman Theater of Verona, a structure built by the Romans and still today remains a desired destination.

Cathedral of Vicenza

In this chapter we’re talking about an incredible building, the Cathedral of Santa Maria Annunciata or also called the Cathedral of Vicenza. The Cathedral of  Vicenza or Cathedral of Santa Maria Annunciata, of early Christian origin, is the bishop’s seat and the main place of Catholic worship in the city of Vicenza. The Gothic facade, … Read more

The City Center of Verona

In this chapter we discuss one of the most romantic and lively cities in Italy, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, the city center of Verona.