Verona and Venice

Verona, home to the ill-fated lovers Romeo and Juliet, is one of the most romantic cities in the world. 

You can visit Verona in a day from Milan or en-route to Venice. And on your way, you may want to take a break at one of Italy's oldest wine-producing estates in the Valpolicella region, also known as the Pearl of Verona because of its wine production secrets. Here you can sample some of the most sought after wines of northern Italy, like Valpolicella, Amarone and a dash of Recioto to go with your dessert!


Venice, with the dazzling light reflecting off the lagoon waters, is a place of timeless beauty, which has inspired authors, film directors and painters over the ages. There is so much to see and admire here, whether it's a tour of amazing works of art bursting with colour, a stroll round the surprisingly quiet calli or a cocktail in Harry's Bar. And you want to make sure you spend some extra time here to take in the colourful islands of Murano, Burano and Torcello.


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Verona and Valpolicella

Venice, La Serenissima