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Verona (province)

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Verona (province) is a province in Veneto, a region in northeast Italy.

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  • Verona - The city of Shakespeare's Romeo and Juliet and a Unesco World Heritage Site. Rich in art, history and heritage dating since the roman times such as the world-famous roman Arena. By many considered to be a mix between Rome and Venice.
  • Malcesine - picturesque medieval town located on the shores of Lake Garda with winding streets and a castle
  • Legnago - historic town, part of the quadrilateral fortresses during the Napoleonic Wars
  • Valeggio sul Mincio - medieval town with a nice castle and wonderful villa surrounded by gardens. The frazione Borghetto is a pretty town part of the club The most beautiful villages in Italy
  • Lazise - picturesque town on the shores of Lake Garda with a castle and a few villas
  • Soave - a beautiful medieval castle perched on top of a hill with walls surrounding its village

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  • Valpolicella - a world famous wine producing region north of the city of Verona. The name means "valley of many cellars."
  • Lake Garda - largest lake in Italy, popular holiday destination for italians and foreigners alike (especially among Germans and Dutch). Its shores are shared with two other regions Trentino-Alto Adige and Lombardy
  • Lessini Mountains - low mountains just south of the Dolomites, nice scenery and good treks
  • Gardaland - one of the largest theme parks in Europe
  • Bevilacqua Castle



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