San Bonifacio and its elegance San Bonifacio is an elegant town of 20,000 inhabitants, perched on green hills at the eastern end of the province of Verona, just 15km from our residence.It represents a fascinating [...]
From May 16th tourists and business travelers can finally return to Italy without having to undergo quarantine: thanks to the national Green Pass. Prime Minister Mario Draghi announced that Italy is moving fast on the [...]
The city of Lonigo, with its 16 thousand inhabitants, rises among the Berici hills and carries with it a long history of invasions and disputes. Already in the 2nd century BC the Romans established their [...]
Brendola is a Vicenza town of almost 7,000 inhabitants, less than 15km from theResidence la Mason. It is called "the door of Berici" because its territory extends between the plain and the Berici hills. The [...]
GAMBELLARA AND ITS VINEYARDS Gambellara is located between Vicenza (22 km) and Verona (30 km), on the last offshoots of the Lessini Mountains. The area of the appellation includes a vast hilly sector with ridges [...]
For bicycle lovers, but also for the less experienced, we recommend a gentle ride along the cycle path on the banks of the Chiampo stream Directly from the Residence, using your own bike or renting [...]
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From May 16th tourists and business travelers can finally return to Italy without having to undergo quarantine: thanks to the national Green Pass. Prime Minister Mario Draghi announced that Italy is moving fast on the front of the reopening to […]