Verona, timeless monuments in a picturesque town centre, a romantic reputation as the setting of Shakespare’s Romeo and Juliet, the Arena, the Roman amphitheatre hosting the famous open-air Opera festival, first-rate hotels with meeting rooms & facilities together with several exhibition venues and auditoriums housed in historical buildings: this 15th-century city has become a dynamic destination for incentives.
You will be wrapped in history through walking or bike-riding tours in the city… a stop under Juliet’s balcony cannot be missed! With VET DMC you will have the chance to see Verona’s colours and get in touch with its inhabitants during amusing Photo-rallies; or to enjoy culinary treasures at special restaurants or typical trattorias; you can live an unforgettable night at the Opera with its spectacular settings and magic atmospheres at the Arena or exclusive gala dinners in private 17th- and 18th-century villas.
Outside the city, find the beautiful landscapes of Lake Garda and the famous Valpolicella wineregion. Lake Garda is certainly a charming destination for a classic car tour in Italy: an exciting experience along the shores of Lake Garda at the wheel of Classic cars enjoying characteristic meals in a home-style country environment. And for those who want to live a thrilling experience a self-drive Ferrari tour through breath-taking landscapes is a must.
Discover the treasures of the Veronese wine regions with private visits and tastings at renowned wine estates producing Valpolicella, Amarone, Soave, Recioto, Bardolino, Bianco di Custoza… A unique experience: take part in the grape harvest!
Lake Garda offers a splendid natural scenery, surrounded by the Dolomites of Brenta in the north and the gentle slopes of the morainic hills in the south: get immersed in the beauty of the lake on board historical sailing ships or be protagonist of sailing mini-courses & exciting sailing regattas. For an exclusive unforgettable night? Private cruises with buffet dinner and dixie orchestra: cocktails on board while exploring the most beautiful spots along the lakeshores such as Sirmione, Catullus’ “gem of all peninsulas”.