Verona and surroundings

The Valpolicella area and around of Verona are a picturesque corner of the world, in terms of its natural climatic, cultural, historical and culinary charms. Art lovers and culture enthusiasts, gourmets and wine connoisseurs from all around the world are captivated by its charm.
Verona, city of art and UNESCO World Heritage Site, is also famous for the Arena - the largest opera house in the world under the open sky -, the Roman theater and the story of Romeo and Juliet by William Shakespeare.
Among the main dishes of Verona’s typical cuisine - not to mention pizza and spaghetti - the Bollito con la Pearà (brewed beef with a tasty pepper sauce) and noodles with chicken liver. There should remain the delicious white asparagus Mambrotta and whitefish from Lake Garda, bigoli con le Sarde. (Homemade thick spaghetti with sardines), Risotto all'isolana (risotto with meat sauce spiced with cinnamon) and the fine olive oil from Lake Garda
Our location is perfect for exploring by bike or on foot. The magnificent Lake Garda, with its romantic little villages and charming bays in summer invites you for a swim or take a boat trip from Sirmione, Garda and Torri to Limone. There is always something new to discover.
Whether the thermal baths, Villa dei Cedri or our Gardaland and Caneva World: With so many attractions in the area of ??Verona you will find it not easy to determine the choice.
The Lessini and Monte Baldo with its huts and pastures are popular destinations for nature lovers.
Walk or cycle along vineyards and flowering meadows, over rolling hills and through angled streets in the picturesque wine villages in the Valpolicella. Here, new impressions and experiences paired with the special treat of a wonderful glass of Amarone at one of our local wineries .... we await you in our B & B Bocca di Bacco.