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• Verona is an enchanting art city characterized by narrow streets, medieval vestiges and elegant palaces. Here, Shakespeare’s Romeo and Juliet swore eternal love to each other

• Verona Arena, built in 30 d.C., is the best preserved and second largest amphitheater in the world after the Coliseum in Rome, as well as a magical venue for musical events


 Golf Club Verona
Loc. Cà del Sale,15 - Sommacampagna (VR)
18 - Hole Course

• Golf Club Verona is a 72-par course with wide, undulating fairways and varied greens with almost no water hazards

• The first 9 holes were designed by John Harris in 1963 and then extended to 18 in the following years and recently restyled

• Par 5 downhill 10th and uphill 17th hole are among the best ones in Italy

Other recommendations in the area
• Golf Club Paradiso del Garda, Peschiera del Garda (VR)
18 - Holes (Par 71)
Designed by the American architect Jim Fazio
• Golf Club Cà degli Ulivi, Marciaga di Costermano (VR)
18/9 - Holes (Par 72)
• Arzaga Golf Club, Carzago di Cavalgese della Riviera (BS)
27 - Holes (Par 72)
The first 18-hole course designed in Italy by Jack Nicklaus;
the 9-hole course was designed by Gary Player
• Gardagolf Country Club, Soiano del Lago (BS)
27 - Holes (Par 72)
Opened in 1986 and designed by the English architect Cotton,
Pennick Steel & Partners

• Traditional food in Veneto is of peasant origin, with dishes like risi e bisi (rice with peas) or riso e trippa (rice with tripe), stockfish accompanied by sauces or polenta (boiled cornmeal cake) and pasta like bigoli (wholemeal spaghetti)

• Wines like Bardolino, Valpolicella and Prosecco are a treat for everyone

  • Pandoro (vanilla-flavoured pastry) is a must-have dessert at Christmas time



Prosciutto Veneto Berico Euganeo (cured meat)
Sopressa Vicentina (cured meat)


Reciotto della Valpolicella (red)
Bardolino Superiore (red)
Amarone (red)
Prosecco (white)


In town:

  • Juliet's house, the one mentioned in Shakespeare’s tragedy Romeo and Juliet
  • Verona Arena, a roman amphitheater hosting Opera concerts in summer
  • Erbe square and Scaliger Tombs, the monumental tombs of the lords of Verona


  • Lake Garda and the small villages of Lazise and Bardolino
  • Peschiera del Garda: fortress and Roman ruins
  • Sirmione and relevant castle overlooking the lake
  • Vicenza: Palladian Basilica and Olympic Theater

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