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Ogrody Giusti (Giardini Giusti)


Jeśli lubisz naturę i ogrody, jest tu pewne miejsce, które koniecznie musisz odwiedzić, jeśli będziesz  na wakacjach w Weronie. Mowa tu o jednym z najpiękniejszych, włoskich ogrodów późnego renesansu. Nazywa się on Giardini Giusti lub Ogrody Giusti, jeśli wolisz przetłumaczoną nazwę. Na terenie posiadłości znajduje się doniosły pałac o nazwie Palazzo Giusti, który jest umiejscowiony zaraz przy wejściu, oraz ogromny ogród, pochodzący z 16 wieku.

Region Veneto – Soave.


23 kilometry na wschód od Werony znajduje się gmina Soave, w której żyje ok. 6800 mieszkańców. Dla Rzymian było to ważne miejsce wypoczynkowe na drodze Via Postumia, łączącej miasto Aquileia na wschodzie z Genoą na zachodzie. Ale Soave było i wciąż jest ważnym miejscem również z innego powodu – jego białego wina.

Tak więc, kelner zasugeruje Ci, że butelka Soave idealnie będzie komponować się z potrawą, którą zamówiłeś, ale jakim winem jest właściwie Soave, jakiego gatunku wina możesz się spodziewać?

The Veneto region – Soave.

Twenty three kilometres east of Verona is the comune of Soave with a population of around 6,800 people. For the Romans, it was an important resting point on the Via Postumia between Aquileia in the east, and Genoa in the west. But Soave was, and still is, important for another reason - its white wine.

So, your waiter suggests that a bottle of Soave would go well with the food you have chosen, but what type of wine is Soave, and what kind of wine can you expect?

Sirmione on Lake Garda

Sirmione sits on the southern shores of beautiful Lake Garda, a pretty medieval town at the end of a large peninsula jutting out into the lake.

The Best Photo Opportunities in Verona

There are so many beautiful buildings and vistas in Italy, it’s hard to go wrong if you enjoy photography. Verona is no exception, buildings are well maintained, squares are decorated with flowers, and there are a lot of monuments dedicated to all the residents, real and fictional, who have links with the city.
Apart from probably one of the most photographed balconies anywhere, Verona has some excellent photo opportunities both on the ground, and high up, here are just a few suggestions.

Giusti Gardens (Giardini Giusti)

If you like nature and gardens there is a place that you must visit when you come for your holiday in Verona. It is one of the most beautiful italian garden of late Renaissance. This is called Giardini Giusti or Giusti gardens if you want to translate the italian name. In the property there is an important palace called Palazzo Giusti that is right at the entry and the huge garden made in 16th century.

Verona by Night

Malcesine Monte Baldo

Lake Garda Panorama from Baldo in Malcesine
If you spend your holiday in Verona, and if you like panoramas and nature, there is a place that is really worth seeing for a day-trip. If you have a car you can drive toward Lake Garda, to Malcesine, a small city on the lake. Here you will find directions to the cableway. This attraction is perfect during all the time of the year, for winter holidays or for summer holidays too. The cableway departing station is a few metres from the lake and even from here the view is fantastic because this part of Lake Garda is among high mountains.

Lake Garda


Near Verona there is the largest italian lake, the lake Garda, also called Benaco. All the alpine region around this lake was formed by glaciers at the end of the last ice age and know it's one of the most beautiful areas of northern Italy thanks to its unique landscape.
The northern part of the lake is narrower, surrounded by high mountains, wich the main one is called Baldo and the southern part is wider. Its shape is typical of a moraine valley, probably formed by slidings and erosion of an old Paleolithic glacier. The bottom of the lake is very deep and in some points it looks like a real sea (350m depth).

Lamberti tower - Verona

The Lamberti tower is situated in Piazza Erbe, the former roman forum of the city. Its name (Lamberti) comes from a family of Verona whose origins are unknown, but we know for sure that this building was their tower-house and we also know that it was built in 1172 during the middle age.
On 1295, two bells were placed on the tower: the first one (the small one) called "Marangona" was to signal fires and the big one, called "Rengo", was to call a meeting of the town's council and to call the citizens of Verona in case of attacks to defend the city. The two bells have been fused several times and they are actually well conserved.