Verona is a small city located an hour outside of Venice in the northeastern region of Italy known as Veneto. The world-famous William Shakespeare play Romeo & Juliet took place in fair Verona. However, there is a lot more to Verona than a pair of star-crossed lovers. There are many interesting things to see and do in Verona Italy.
Romantic Italy makes for the perfect destination for your honeymoon; with its gorgeous beaches and delicious food. Italy has world famous attractions and modern cities that blend seamlessly with ancient style.
You’ll find many things to see in Venice Italy, whether you’re on a trip with the family, as a couple or just traveling alone. The city offers unique experiences for every traveler, and the Venice tourist attractions and history represents its former power and wealth.
Prosecco is a cost affordable wine that has good quality, and can compete with the usually more expensive champagne. Its name originally came from a village in the region of Friuli-Venezia Giulia. Today though, the only “real Prosecco” is produced in Veneto.
The world wide famous aria La donna è mobile was written to the opera Rigoletto from 1851 by Giuseppe Verdi. The aria, with a title claiming that the woman is flighty, is the Duke of Mantua’s song at the beginning of act 3 in the opera. The irony is that it’s the duke, an insensitive playboy, who is the flighty one!