"Corte Valpolicella" B&B is set in the middle of the Classic Valpolicella. The central position of our B&B makes it an ideal place for a holiday in search of the natural and historical beauties of the area.

You can find the Lessinian Mountains to the north of Valpolicella, the city of Verona to the east and Lake Garda to the west. They are within 20 kilometres range from our B&B and are easily reached in a few minutes due to smoothly flowing traffic roads.


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The territory
The territory of Valpolicella covers an area of 240 square kilometres and it is situated in north Italy, in the Veneto region, north west of Verona. This land of culture, rich in food and wine specialties, is bordered to the north by the Eastern pre-Alps, to the south by the Adige river, to the west by the Adige Valley and to the east by the city of Verona. Lake Garda is 15 kilometres to the west.
The ancient villas
Valpolicella is famous for its many villas of great historical and artistic value. These buildings date back to the 15th century, the epoch of the Venetian domination, and were built by rich landowners who wanted to transfer to the countryside for controlling their productive activity or for leisure. There are about 80 villas in this area.
Valpolicella is known all over the world for its famous wines produced here: Valpolicella and Amarone. More often than not an itinerary in Valpolicella includes a visit to the local wineries. Moreover, it is a territory rich in history, culture, art, food and wine specialties.
The story of Valpolicella wine is a fascinating journey to a land deriving its own name from a glorious wine-making tradition. According to some sources, the name "Valpolicella" comes from a contraction of the placename "Vallis (valleys) - polys (of many) - cellae (cellars)", a territory where history and tradition are not mere rhetoric, but part of an evolving reality rooted in these places and the people that have inhabited and influenced this land along the centuries.


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The City
The city is an important tourist attraction. Every year it is visited by about three million people, attracted by its artistic and architectural beauty or by its various international events. The city is classified as a World Heritage Site by UNESCO for its urban structure and architecture. Verona is an outstanding example of a city that has developed progressively and uninterruptedly over two thousand years, incorporating artistic elements of the highest quality from each succeeding period. It also represents in an exceptional way the concept of fortified city at several seminal stages of European history
The Arena
The Arena of Verona is a Roman amphitheatre situated in the historical centre of Verona. It is a symbol of the city, like Romeo and Juliet. It is the third biggest Roman amphitheatre in Italy and one of the best preserved. It is internationally famous for the Arena Opera Festival, held every summer, which makes the Arena a synonym of great opera.
Many remarkable people have contributed to the museum configuration of the city. A certain attention has been given to natural findings. It is the only European city with an uninterrupted tradition in the field of natural history since the 15th century. In that period various private collections were put together forming the first naturalistic museum that later became The Civic Natural History Museum.
VeronaFiere Exhibition Centre
VeronaFiere is an important exhibition centre, born in 1898, and a well-established international reality now. The fair is organized at the Veronafiere complex, in the industrial area of the city. The complex has a total area of 350,000 square metres, of which 122,000 square metres are divided in 12 halls, hosting over 1,100,000 Italian and foreign visitors a year.


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The Park
The Lessinia National Regional Park was created by the regional law no. 12, on January, 30th, 1990 with the aim to protect the rich natural, environmental, historical and ethnic heritage of the Verona territory. It is situated in the most northern part of Lessinia, at an altitude of 1,200-1,800 metres.
The Veja Bridge
The Veja Bridge is a picturesque and majestic natural stone arch, that formed after the fall of the internal part of a big karstic cave. It is set in a valley at 602 metres below sea level, it is 50 metres high, 10 metres thick and 17 metres wide. Underneath the fallen rocks of the vault and inside two karstic caverns at the base of the bridge (the north cave is 170 metres long), several signs of the middle and lower Paleolithic period have been found.
The Molina Waterfall Park
The Molina Waterfall Park is a natural park set in Fumane, Molina. The huge amount of water creates a unique show with so many waterfalls and torrents on the rocks. The water flows along the valley slowly, creating small green lakes, and in some places quite fast, forming impressive and resounding waterfalls. The park offers many footpaths and itineraries.
Sport in Lessinia
The mountains in Lessinia offer many sports opportunities. In winter there is a skiing station with ski lifts in the area near Malga San Giorgio in Bosco Chiesanuova. Like Passo delle Fittanze and Bocca di Selva, Malga San Giorgio is one of the departure points of the famous "Fondo Alta Lessinia" Centre, a Nordic skiing track that covers the most beautiful parts of the mountain chain, reaching peaks from 1,390 to 1,755 metres.

Lake Garda

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The Lake
Lake Garda, also called Benaco, is the largest Italian lake. It has a surface of about 370 square kilometres. It is surrounded by three regions, Lombardia (province of Brescia), Veneto (province of Verona) and Trentino-Alto Adige (province of Trento). It is parallel to the Adige and separated from the river by Monte Baldo. The northern part of the lake is narrower while the southern part is wider. It is surrounded by hills that add a certain sweetness to the landscape. The lake is an important tourist attraction and it is visited by millions of people every year.

Garda Parks

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Gardaland is an amusement park, situated in Ronchi, Castelnuovo del Garda, in the province of Verona. It is adjacent to Lake Garda, on a surface of 600,000 square metres and there are many mechanical, theme and water attractions inside. Every year it is visited by over 3,2 million people.
Safari Park
Natura Viva Park is a zoological garden. There are many endangered species that the park takes care of and then takes back to the wild. The park was opened to the public on June, 20th, 1968. It is divided in five different sections. The Safari Park can be visited in your own vehicle, witnessing the life of the African savana animals.
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Villa dei Cedri
In a park of centuries-old beeches and cypresses, a thermal spring makes the impressive Villa dei Cedri park a place where you can find wellness in the warm embrace of a thermal lake.
Sigurtà Gardens
The Sigurtà Gardens is an ecological oasis where you can get immersed in nature. It lies on 600,000 square metres in Valeggio sul Mincio, in the province of Verona. No wonder it is considered one of the finest five gardens in the world.