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Custoza wine and the battlefields

A few minutes from Isola della Scala, among the Morainic Hills, stands the war memorial of the battles of Custoza (1848 and 1866), fundamental stages of the Italian Risorgimento and interesting both historically and landscape-wise. To this, you can add a pleasant stop at a winery producing the white Custoza wine.

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The ancient ceramics of the Po

The Veronese plains are a land surrounded by many rivers, among which the Adige and the Po stand out. The local clays have been used for centuries to create splendid ceramics. We propose a visit to a workshop, where the artist lady keeps alive the shapes and colors of medieval and Renaissance art that used to be popular at the courts of Mantua and Ferrara.

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Villafranca and a historic pastry shop

Known almost exclusively for the airport of Verona, the city of Villafranca is instead an important stage in local history, for the presence of the majestic Scaliger castle, for the memories of the Risorgimento...but also for a historic café, producer of patriotic sweets...

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Mantua, capital of the Gonzagas

Verona and Mantua are very close cities. An ideal extension to the visit to the Veronese plains is a stop of a few hours in the wonderful city that was the capital of the Gonzagas for centuries. Discover this amazing Italian treasure rising from the waters of the Mincio, with an authorized local guide...