10 Free Things to do in Province of Verona That You Shouldn't Miss

January 26, 2022 Matilde Konrad

The Province of Verona (Italian: Provincia di Verona) is a province in the Veneto region of Italy. The eastern bank of Lake Garda is near the province. Its capital is the city of Verona. The city is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The province is cosmopolitan in nature. It is bordered by Italian Tyrol in the north, Province of Vicenza and Province of Padua in the east. Province of Rovigo and Province of Mantua in south and Lake Garda in the west. From north to south the maximum extent of the province is 50 miles while it is 25 miles from east to west.
Restaurants in Province of Verona

1. Paolo Bonomelli Boutique Olive Farm

Via Per Albisano 95, 37010, Torri del Benaco Italy +39 045 629 6711 [email protected] http://www.paolobonomelli.com
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5.0 based on 57 reviews

Paolo Bonomelli Boutique Olive Farm

Paolo Bonomelli's Olive Farm is located in Torri del Benaco, on the eastern shore of Lake Garda, called "Riviera degli Ulivi" (Olive Riviera) Entirely dedicated to the production of extra virgin olive oils of Excellence. The award-wining Ca'Rainene Extra Virgin Olive Oils. Paolo Bonomelli Olive Farm is equipped with all the facilities and requirements necessary to ensure the complete monitoring of the production chain and the traceability of the products at all stages of the production process, under the care and direct responsibility of Paolo Bonomelli: from the land to the oil mill; from the storage to the analytical laboratories; from the warehouses to tasting rooms, where clients and visitors are welcomed. The Farm has developed over the years thanks to strict scientific principles and its constant search for quality taken to the extreme, through the control of each production phase, "from field to bottle." Each choice is the result of a careful study and precise technical and strategic evaluations, aimed exclusively at the highest quality of the product.

2. Ponte Scaligero (Ponte di Castelvecchio)

Corso Castelvecchio 2, 37121, Verona Italy +39 045 806 2611 http://www.tourism.verona.it/en/enjoy-verona/art-and-culture/monuments-and-sights/ponte-scaligero
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4.5 based on 3,138 reviews

Ponte Scaligero (Ponte di Castelvecchio)

Connecting Castelvecchio and Adige, this powerful bridge was first built in the 1st century AD, destroyed during World War II, and rebuilt using parts of the original structure.

Reviewed By andycoldham - Crawley, United Kingdom

This was the highlight of my Verona holiday, the bridge is in fantastic shape considering its age, it is a great photo opportunity with fab views up and own the river. We loved it so much we came back again at night to get some night shots when its all lit up. Without a doubt my favourite spot in Verona.

3. Piazza delle Erbe

Piazza delle Erbe, 37121, Verona Italy +39 045 8077774 http://www.turismoverona.eu/nqcontent.cfm?a_id=35953
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4.5 based on 9,227 reviews

Piazza delle Erbe

It's no wonder that this is one of the most historic and picturesque squares in Italy: in antiquity, it served as a Roman forum; today, it contains many historic buildings, sculptures with a popular and colorful market overflowing with fresh fruits and vegetables.

Reviewed By Colincfc - Maidstone, United Kingdom

Lovely little square with plenty of restaurants, shops & market stalls, can get busy at times, great area for having a drink & people watching

4. Piazza dei Signori

Verona Italy
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4.5 based on 1,185 reviews

Piazza dei Signori

Situated behind the busy Piazza Erbe, this central square is dominated by a Dante statue made in 1865 plus two buildings built by Palladio, the Palazzo della Raggione and the Loggia del Capitanato.

Reviewed By sonsonator - Melbourne, Australia

Very close to piazza della Erbe, this piazza was the power centre of Verona and is also known as Piazza Dante. The figures atop the surrounding palazzos represent worthy Veronese citizens. It’s close to the Scaligeri tombs and is surrounded by restaurants.

5. Lago di Garda

37016 Garda Italy +39 0464 905023 [email protected] http://www.gardaconcierge.com
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4.5 based on 3,326 reviews

Lago di Garda

Lake Garda, unique for its enchanted villages, shopping and fun opportunities,is also the perfect setting for your activity and watersports holidays or week-ends. This is Lake Garda, the Essence of Italy!

Reviewed By Brian484950 - Liverpool, United Kingdom

What a beautiful place to stay for a late breakaway everything is so idyllic and laid back my wife and I enjoyed every minute so many places to eat you are spoiled for choice the place is absolutely clean and tidy,shopping centre is well worth a visit.

6. Piazzale Castel San Pietro

Via Castel San Pietro, 37129, Verona Italy http://www.tourism.verona.it/en/enjoy/history-heritage/castles-and-fortresses/castel-san-pietro
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4.5 based on 1,509 reviews

Piazzale Castel San Pietro

Reviewed By Basyna - Ljubljana, Slovenia

Nice and cheap ride up with funicular, great view of the city, great spot for taking a picture of selfie

7. Piazza Bra

Piazza Bra, 37121, Verona Italy +39 331 815 1966 http://www.facebook.com/PiazzaBraVerona
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4.5 based on 5,755 reviews

Piazza Bra

Reviewed By pvandsv - Milton Keynes, United Kingdom

Lovely piazza with lots of restaurants surrounding it, a nice green and fountain all overlooked by the impressive Arena which is a smaller version of the colosseum in Rome. Also the focal point for most of the bus routes in town.

8. Cantina Zeni e Museo del Vino

Via Costabella 9, 37011, Bardolino Italy +39 045 622 8331 museo[email protected] http://www.zeni.it
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4.5 based on 692 reviews

Cantina Zeni e Museo del Vino

The Zeni winery is located on the first hill beside the city center of Bardolino. From 1870 the Zeni Families have been dedicated in to the growing of the local vines and in to the production of the veronese classical wines. This wines are: Bardolino, Custoza, Lugana, Soave and Valpolicella, where inside the classical area the family has one more winery. From 1991 inside the winery in Bardolino is located the Wine Museum, a collection and proof of the local and ancient veronese wine tradition. The Wine Museum and adjacent Vinoteca are free entry for all individual visitors. For groups of 10 or more people the reservation is required. For both individual visitors and groups we required the reservation also for the visit of the entire winery. The Zeni winery is proud to present GO the olfactory gallery, a new eno-sensory tasting, which is the first of its kind in Italy.

Reviewed By franzxaverp - Duisburg, Germany

We got to know Cantina Zeni last year for the first time and already then we stopped by three times during our stay. This year history repeated and we spent three phantastic afternoons with Martina, Alessia, Chiara and Rado in the wine cellar of Cantina Zeni. We highly recommend to take sufficient time and enjoy the wonderful Zeni wines in the wine cellar. We have learnt very much about the local wines and have been treated extremely nice. To a certain extent this was potentially possible as the season neared the end and it was not too crowded. It is highly recommended to clarify, if a reservation is required. We are very much looking forward to see our Zeni friends again next year!

9. Borghetto sul Mincio

16016, Valeggio Sul Mincio Italy +39 045 795 1880 http://www.borghetto.it
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4.5 based on 4,110 reviews

Borghetto sul Mincio

Reviewed By danykiki - Brescia, Italy

Beautiful place for family fun ... u can walk around or rent a bicycle... good restaurant everywhere where u can find lots of local foods...

10. Fratelli Vogadori

Via Vigolo 16, 37024, Negrar di Valpolicella Italy +39 328 941 7228 [email protected] http://www.vogadorivini.it/
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4.5 based on 210 reviews

Fratelli Vogadori

Fratelli VOGADORI is a family winery in Negrar, the heart of the Valpolicella wine region. Fratelli is the italian for brothers: Alberto, Gaetano and Emanuele work together their vineyards and produce the great wines of this generous land. Valpolicella, Ripasso, Recioto, Raffaello, Amarone, 100% Corvina wines are appreciated all around the world. We have also avaible some rooms in the side of the winery where our guests can stay and realax: here there is a wonderful view of the valley! The winery is open also the saturday and sunday

Reviewed By MarcelBruss - Brussels, Belgium

This is my favourite cellar in Valpolicella: Amarone, Raffaello and Corvina are really well done wines! Price is really fair and i am really happy when i visit this family!

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