Experience medieval Verona as a dedicated destination or as part of our unique Lake Garda Programme.
Famed as the setting for “Romeo and Juliet” this tour is ideal to allow English Literature students an opportunity to visualise some of the most pivotal elements of Shakespeare’s classic plot at “Juliet’s House”, whilst history, art and design and TY students can all benefit from varying aspects of a Saffron Travel Verona Itinerary. Italian Language students will benefit from four or five days spent with their very own, native Italian, Saffron appointed coordinator!
From your Verona base, you will be located in a prime destination that will allow visits and excursions to nearby Padova, Venice and/ or Milan and for those wishing to add an element of adventure – a Themepark day may be included on the agenda!
Contact a Saffron Representative today who will be able to use their knowledge in this area to present you with an itinerary for Verona that will ensure you capture all of this location’s unique highlights and enjoy an Italian experience similar to no other – FULLY ESCORTED – Saffron Travel will be with you every step of the way!
You will find a flavour of the activity options below, although you should contact us to gain the full benefit of our experience in putting together stunning and unique group itineraries based on your group’s individual requirements.
If you are interested to learn more, get in touch with us using the links below. When you contact us, a dedicated knowledgeable and friendly Saffron Representative will be appointed to you upon your initial enquiry and you will only ever deal with that one person the whole way through your booking process.
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4 Days, 3 Nights
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