Pescantina – Valpolicella
Valpolicella is a viticultural zone of the province of Verona, east of Lake Garda. Winemaking in the region has existed since at least the time of the ancient Greeks. Seven townships compose Valpolicella, and each of these is small pearls which to dedicate a visit.
As a setting for Shakespeare’s Romeo and Juliet, Verona is still a magnet for lovers. Aesthetically pleasing, swathed in pale pink stone curling along the banks of the River Adige, streets paved with marble and lined with discreet restaurants and designer shops. You can reach Verona in one hour. Vicenza, known as the great Palladian city (from the famous 16th-century architect, Andrea Palladio), is celebrated the world over for its splendid and varied architecture. It also offers visitors to elegant shops and cafes. Palladio was responsible for at least a dozen of its city palaces, not to mention countless villas in the surrounding countryside. Palladio’s main works include Palazzo Chierati, the Teatro Olimpico and on a hill just outside of town, the famous Villa Rotonda.
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