The Veneto and its capital city of Venice lay claim to Italy’s northeast corner—but a Veneto tour is so much more than Grand Canals and gondoliers. Pedal the vine-covered hills of the Valpolicella, launch off the summery banks of Lake Garda, and stroll the frozen-in-time Renaissance streets of Mantua. And there’s another V-city flying under the radar: Verona is where the stars of Shakespeare’s Romeo and Juliet were crossed, a Roman amphitheater still comes alive with opera, and the Adige River rises to cypress-covered hills that beg to be cycled.
World-renowned local wines like Amarone, Ripasso, Bardolino, Valpolicella, and Prosecco
Polenta, tortelli pasta, risotto, and seafood
Veneto: A Place of Imagination and Poetry2018
- May 7 – 12
- May 21 – 26
- Jun 18 – 23
- Jun 25 – 30
- Jul 2 – 7
- Jul 30 – Aug 4
- Sep 10 – 15
- Sep 24 – 29
- Oct 8 – 13
Any scheduled tour can be made private. Your group, your dates.
Private onlyLake Garda and the Land of the Italian Fairytale