La Bella Verona

10 Giugno 2022 - News

Dear friends, today i would like to share with you a nice article  that one of our super clients wrote about Verona and about our private tours & experiences we offer around.


Enjoy the reading! And we welcome you here soon!


Romeo and Juliet Guide- Wine experiences-


The romantic city of VERONA! -The name alone conjures up dreams filled with forbidden love, balconies, wine and Italian history. Home to one of the earliest Roman Arena’s (older than the Colosseum) the site still hosts live concerts and events making it one of the oldest continuous running arenas in the world. Sometimes overlooked because of their southern neighbors, the region boasts some well known and famous wine growing regions. Valpolicella may be the most well-known but nearby Bardolino, Custoza and Soave also produce some of Italy’s finest wines.

My advice! Take a tour with my friends Sara and Virginia with Romeo & Juliet Tours

These ladies have grown their business over the years recently adding a wine store but it’s their passion for their hometown that will make you friends for life and keep you coming back.


Piazza Bra is the place to be for a morning coffee and pastry. People-watch, take a deep breath and you will start to feel like a local within minutes. The arena dominates the piazza and the streets spider-web from its center in all directions and although near impossible to go down them all, you should try! 

Amarone is the king of wines here and there is no shortage of places to find this bold red. Sara and Virginia will help you learn about the history of the city, meet new people and see how much Verona has to offer. Check all the private wine experiences  in Valpolicella and around that they offer.

You will have the possibility to meet the wine makers and the members of the family in person, talk with them ask them all their story while sipping outstanding wines and eating a risotto with amarone or a fresh bigoli pasta with ragu..

Tour these cellars but be prepared to leave there with several boxes of wine… 

For a quieter evening outside the city, why not stay at the growing trend of Agriturismos! These farmhouses turned Bed and Breakfast are the perfect way to connect to nature and culture. The beautiful setting is only matched by the hospitality. These Bed and Breakfasts should not be missed!    

Another less known fact about Verona is it is a spectacular location to celebrate New Years. Fireworks are encouraged here and the although the crowds grow large you still feel like you are a part of this smaller city.

The people and atmosphere are what keeps me going back!

Add Verona to the bucket list and see just how much northern Italy has to offer!

At Una mass, we say yes to ‘one more’ day in Verona!

THANK YOU AGAIN GUYS for all these tips and to share with us your experience in The fair Verona!!

Romeo and Juliet Guide- Wine experiences-