These are just some of the main attractions of Verona, but thereare many other things to see and do in the city. If you have time, you mightalso consider visiting the Basilica of San Zeno, Castelvecchio, the Giusti Garden, or taking a walk on the medieval city walls.
WHAT TO EAT IN VERONA
The typical dish of Verona is "Risotto al tastasal," acreamy risotto prepared with "tastasal," a finely ground and agedsalami made from pork that is used to flavor the dish. The risotto is usuallycooked in meat broth and white wine and served with a generous sprinkling of Grana Padano cheese. However, there are many other typical dishes from Veronathat are worth trying, such as "Pastissada de caval" (a braised dishof marinated horse meat in red wine), "Bigoli all'aglio" (a pastasimilar to spaghetti with garlic and anchovies), and "Polenta e osei"(a dish of polenta, small birds, and sausages).
WINE, ONE OF THE "ATTRACTIONS" NOT TO BE MISSED
Verona is famous for its wine production, especially for red wines. Among the wines that cannot be missed during a visit to Verona are:
- Amarone della Valpolicella: a full-bodied and powerful red wine, produced using partially dried grapes to increase the concentration of sugars and flavours.
- Valpolicella Classico: another red wine produced in the Valpolicella area, with a fruity fragrance and a smooth taste.
- Soave: a dry, light and fresh white wine, produced in the Soave area. It has a delicate aroma of flowers and fruit, and is a great choice to accompany fish or vegetable dishes.
- Bardolino: another red wine from the Lake Garda area, with a fruity and light flavour.
- Recioto della Valpolicella: a sweet red wine, produced with partially dried grapes. It has an intense aroma of fruit and chocolate, and is perfect as a dessert wine or to accompany aged cheeses.
Have a nice visit to the City of Love! ❤️