October, 2020

It is certain that in this late Autumn season the woods smell of resin, the leaves are tinged with red and yellow and the still bearable cold makes going home more welcoming …

But the same goes for the city. Especially for a city like our Bella Verona.

The shopping streets come back to light up, while the alleys spread the scent of roasted chestnuts and flavored wine. And then there is the seasonal Veronese cuisine with its strong but also delicate flavors, with tables laden with colors ranging from the orange of the pumpkins to the deep green of the sage …

The strong smell of the must, which has now become divine, spreads over everything and the short course of the days that are hurrying towards evening …

But don’t you also seem to feel the “scent” of Christmas in the air?

As if nothing had happened? Of course not! But it is precisely from this new idea of ​​”relationship tourism” – that is, a friendly, slow, close to person, well-kept, non-invasive, safe tourism – that Verona Vale wants to restart..
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