city tours

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VERONA
Spend a day in Verona, depart from the Grand Hotel Fasano to discover the charm of the city with its Roman ruins, mythical places and the historic center full of elegant shops. During the visit you will be able to discover the jewels of Verona: Juliet's House, the Pietra bridge and the shopping street of Via Mazzini.

VENICE
A unique place in Italy, Venice offers art, history, culture and tradition. Admire the most famous attractions including St. Mark's Basilica, the Bridge of Sighs and the Rialto Bridge and don't miss the opportunity to visit the Lagoon by Gondola.

MILAN
Capital of fashion, design and a symbol of the elegance of yesteryear, Milan combines history and trends: high fashion and refined gastronomy blend with the magnificent palaces, churches and art of the early Renaissance. Piazza Duomo, Galleria Vittorio Emanuele II, the Sforzesco Castle and the Last Supper are just some of the symbols of the ancient wealth of Milan.

LIMONE SUL GARDA
Limone sul Garda is a charming village 40 minutes by car from the Grand Hotel Fasano. Famous for its lemon groves and extra virgin olive oil, along the cobbled streets, the terraces with wonderful views and the colorful stone houses you will feel the true essence of this place.

RIVA
Riva, the spearhead of Lake Garda, offers a village that climbs on the rock and climbs with the panoramic lift up to the Bastione, the stone fortress that overlooks the city.
Art, culture, shopping and gastronomy are some of the possibilities that the city offers to its visitors.

BRESCIA
Brescia, the third most important city in Lombardy, rich in history and places to visit. Discover the heart of the city, Piazza della Loggia, a true cocktail of styles and cultures. Do not miss the opportunity to visit the Piazza dei Duomi, Piazza del Foro with the theater and the Capitolium or the Castle, the symbol of the city.

BERGAMO
A UNESCO World Heritage Site, Bergamo is renowned for its 16th-century Venetian walls from which you can admire a unique view of the city. The city is divided into two parts, the charming old town, full of monuments on top of a hill and the more modern districts which are located in the lower part.



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