Verona rises on the banks of the Adige at the point where the river meets the Po Valley. The Roman remains are among the most important in Northern Italy and, among them, the Arena, the symbolic amphitheater of the city together with the figures of Romeo and Juliet, hosts the opera festival every year.
For its monumental gates and fortifications that testify to the strategic importance of the city, and for which it is considered a great example of a military stronghold, Verona is part of the UNESCO World Heritage Site.
Verona, in itself, is not a territory of wine, but represents them all, it is the starting point of our tours, and the place where Pagus Wine Tours® is based.
We have dedicated some of our proposals to our city, intended for those who want to discover its art and history, enjoying its excellence, first of all, its wines.