walking through the historic city centre and visiting the monuments (the Arena, the Roman theatre, Juliet's house) or exploring the city's characteristic streets such as the central Via Mazzini, with their antiques "osteria" and traditional restaurants.
a food and wine tour featuring wine-tasting and visits to the wine cellars to discover how the famous Valpolicella, Amarone and Recioto red wines are produced.
within a 30 minute drive away you can reach Italy's largest lake, and following Verona's coastline, you can visit the "Riviera degli Olivi" and the Bardolino wine-making areas and visit the picturesque small towns. Otherwise you can make the short but pleasant crossing by ferry or motorboat to the Brescia side of the lake, famous for its lemon trees and Lugana wine, or take the modern rotating cableway from Malcesine to admire the stunning view from Monte Baldo. Near Castelnuovo del Garda you have the opportunity to visit Gardaland, Italy's largest amusement park, with attractions for both adults and children.