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Verona, Garda Lake & Venice

Drive through the passes of the Dolomites Mountains and enjoy amazing views of the Alps.

Enjoy the atmosphere of the Veneto region, world famous for its towns like Verona and Venice, its Palladian Villas, and the Valdobbiadena Prosecco DOCG sparkling wine. Drive through the passes of the Dolomites Mountains and enjoy amazing views of the Alps. 




Day 1: Venice, Verona

After your arrival at the Venice airport, you will be transferred to the splendid Villa del Quar in Verona. Rest of the day to start to discover this beautiful city. As a setting for Shakespeare’s Romeo and Juliet, this city is still a magnet for lovers. The ancient center of Verona boasts many magnificent Roman ruins, second only to those of Rome itself.  We suggest you to visit the Verona Arena, a Roman amphitheater built in the first century, still in use today and internationally famous for the large-scale opera performances given every year. 


Day 2: Verona, Euganean Hills, Val Policella

The second day, after a welcome coffee, the Tour Director, that is an expert Ferrari driver, will introduce you to the World of Ferrari with a dedicated Ferrari briefing. Let’s the adventure starts! 

The itinerary drives you towards the Euganean Hills where your first stop will be in Selvazzano Dentro. Here you will have a visit of Villa Emo Capodilista, one of the most beautiful villas built by the famous architect Palladio. On your way to the well-known Val Policella, you will stop in Soave to enjoy your lunch.  Before your return to Verona, you will visit a wine cellar in Val Policella, where the famous Amarone DOCG red wine is produced.  


Day 3: Verona, Riva del Garda

This third day you will drive towards the town of Sirmione, on the Garda Lake. The route by Ferrari leads to the northernmost part of the lake, in Riva del Garda where you will spend the night. Located on the northern shore of Garda Lake, Lido Palace Hotel 5* is an exquisitely restored and redesigned hotel, a luxury stay in the resort of Riva del Garda, complete with a superb SPA and gourmet restaurants.


Day 4: Riva del Garda, San Cassiano in Badia

After breakfast, you will drive to Segonzano, to discover the splendid phenomenon of the natural earth pyramids that time has created in thousands of years. A natural masterpiece of glacial origin, the Segonzano Pyramids are among the most renowned and studied phenomena in the world. The drive continues with amazing panoramas of the Dolomites until you will reach your hotel Relais & Châteaux Rosa Alpina 5*, in San Cassiano in Badia.


Day 5: San Cassiano in Badia, Venice

Today you will drive to the most famous Alpine mountain village: Cortina d’Ampezzo.  Before your return to Venice, you will visit of a wine cellar in Valdobbiadene, where the famous Valdobbiadene Prosecco DOCG sparkling wine is produced. After your arrival in Venice, you will be transferred to your accommodation: Belmond Hotel Cipriani 5* (Cannareggio).


Day 6: Venice

You can spend more days in Italy or you can be transferred from your hotel to the Venice airport. 



More info about this tour


  • Group tour lead by a Ferrari driver expert 

  • Luxury amenitiesHigh budget

  • Private transfer from Venice airport to the hotel in Verona

  • Full Ferrari Briefing included

  • Full-casco car insurance for all cars and up to 800 km of Ferrari driving included

  • 5 nights’ accommodation with breakfast in 5-star luxury hotels: Villa del Quar (Verona) for 2 nights, Lido Palace (Riva del Garda, Garda Lake), Relais & Châteaux Rosa Alpina (San Cassiano in Badia, Dolomites), Belmond Hotel Cipriani (Venice)

  • Service of parking, cleaning, and refueling of the car included

  • Photographic service; a DVD  with high-resolution pictures will be offered a souvenir

  •  Not included: Deposit for the car, fuel for the Ferrari, meals and drinks.


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