Take your time to wind around pretty piazzas and Renaissance buildings, then you’ll soon reach Juliet’s house. Underneath the famous balcony, you can leave notes. Classic Italian restaurants are around every corner, and local Veneto wine is often paired with traditional dishes. There’s an opera festival at the spectacular setting of the ancient Verona Arena during summer too.
Hit the beach
With breathtaking mountains and waterfronts, Lake Garda is Italy’s largest lake and is only around 30km from Verona Airport. This picturesque area also packs in a few cosy beaches, so you can pitch up by pebbles and sand to relax and enjoy the views. The towns themselves showcase shops and eateries, and there are vineyards nearby.
A piste of the action
Unlock the Dolomites with ski flights to Verona. You can get the best of easy, mid-level and trickier slopes with a pass that’ll provide access to all the pistes in the connecting area. You’ll have over 150 ski resorts to choose from, which means Verona offers plenty of choice.