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


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