Verona, Vicenza, Lake Garda, Bolzano, Merano, Dolomites.
The tour begins with the arrival in Verona, UNESCO world heritage since 2000. The city is a magnificent example of urban, artistic and architectural integration of the historical epochs of the last 2000 years. We will discover marvelous squares, such as Piazza delle Erbe and Piazza dei Signori and monuments such as the Arena di Verona and the house of Juliet, and then go into Valpolicella, a famous area for the production of fine wine known all over the world. Continue direction Vicenza, known thanks to the architect Andrea Palladio, creator of masterpieces such as the Palladian Basilica, the Olympic Theater and Palazzo Chiericati. In the Vicenza area, the must is a visit to a distillery. We will move towards Lake Garda, the largest in Italy, to visit some of its small pearls, such as Sirmione and Salò, and spend some free time for a walk along the lake and go shopping along the city streets. We will then move to the South Tyrol where we will visit Bolzano, a city with a unique atmosphere and hospitality, where, not to be missed, is the famous Archaeological Museum with the mummy Oetzi, body dating back to an era between 3300 and 3100 BC We will then continue to Merano, famous for its baths, and in the past it was the residence of many prominent personalities, such as Franz Kafka and Ezra Pound. We will spend some free time for a walk downtown, shopping or visiting the famous Trauttmansdorff gardens. After the cities, it is time to regenerate the spirit with the view of the most beautiful and famous mountains in all of Europe: The Dolomites. It will be an unforgettable day, with a stop at the magnificent Lake Carezza, a small jewel set in the mountains, and then continue the Pass Pordoi. Departure from Verona airport.