City of Renaissance art, a legacy of magnificent Gonzaga, with full rights granted by UNESCO World Heritage Site. Innumerable monuments, churches and important places such as: Castle of San Giorgio, Palazzo Ducale and Palazzo Te, only to remember the main read more


Another city of incomparable charm, sung by Shakespeare, also proclaimed UNESCO World Heritage Site, rich in artistic and architectural beauties. Among the most important: Porta Borsari, Castelvecchio, and the famous Arena. read more


A paradise of mountain ranges are unique to this UNESCO World Heritage Site and its territory includes locations such as : Cortina d'Ampezzo, San Martino di Castrozza, Madonna di Campiglio and many other read more


The largest and most impressive Italian lake, a jewel nestled between three regions: Lombardy, Veneto and Trentino Alto-Adige. You will be amazed with the richness of its landscapes and its reception capacity read more