Called “Botanical Garden of Europe” because of its wide variety of flora and its endemic species, including many beautiful orchids.
It is only 15 minutes away and offers many possibilities, from walks in the large meadows for the whole family, not demanding to climbing, to the railways between valleys and steep cliffs, for real climbers.
The Valpolicella area of production of the wine and his two older brothers, Recioto and Amarone. Is about 25 minutes, and you can sample directly in the cellars of production, and purchase, some of the best Italian wines.
The area is also known for its varieties of cherries and sour cherries and for the craftsmanship of marble and granite. Worth a visit also features Romanesque churches of “San Giorgio” and “San Floriano”.