Visit beautiful Verona, with its squares, bridges, Castelvecchio, Arena, and Roman Theater, and perhaps discover a ‘hidden,’ off-the-beaten path Verona.
Head to the town of Sirmione and, after seeing the Rocca Scaligera and the grottoes of Catullus, relax in its hot springs.
Discover how prized Amarone wine is made, visiting wineries and fruit-cellars where the grapes are semi-dried.
Taste Garda olive oil, Monte Veronese della Lessinia cheese, Vialone Nano rice and traditional local dishes like Lesso e Pearà (boiled meats with a savory, thick gravy) and Verona-style gnocchi.
Explore the Monti Lessini Natural Park, the stone carvings on Monte Lupia, the Fossil Museum in Bolca, Borghetto sul Mincio with its water mills, the impressive Medieval Castle of Soave and the spectacular San Vigilio Point overlooking Lake Garda.
Climb Mount Baldo and discover its the age-old shepherds’ trails and botanical delights on foot, bicycle or horseback, or, for the more courageous, go paragliding.
Spend a day at Gardaland, the 350,000-square-meter amusement park named one of the ten best in the world in 2019.
Play a round at a magnificent golf course, like Golf Club Paradiso in Castelnuovo del Garda or Ca’ degli Ulivi in Costermano.