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Cavaion Veronese is a charming town in the province of Verona, in the Veneto region of Italy. It is located about 25 km from Verona and 4 km from Lake Garda, the largest lake in Italy. Cavaion Veronese is surrounded by hills, vineyards, olive groves and cypress trees, and offers a variety of attractions and activities for tourists. Here are some of the best places to visit in Cavaion Veronese:-Distilleria Franceschini is a family-owned distillery in Cavaion Veronese, Italy. It produces high-quality grappa and acquaviti from local grapes. The distillery was founded in 1973 by Bruno Franceschini, who still runs it with passion and dedication. The distillery uses two methods of distillation: direct steam for grappa and bain-marie for acquaviti. The distillery also offers a range of products, such as prestige series, limited edition, futura series, ampoules series, classic series, tulip series, and fruit series.
Marchesini Fratelli Winery is a family-run business that produces wine and olive oil in the Bardolino area of Verona, Italy. The winery was founded in the 1960s by Angelo Marchesini, who started with a small local wine trade from his own vineyard. Today, the winery is run by his sons Bruno, Giuseppe and Luigi, and his grandchildren Andrea and Chiara, who combine tradition with innovation and sustainability. The winery specializes in producing Bardolino Classico DOC, Bardolino Chiaretto and other excellent wines, both red and white. The winery also offers bulk wine, bag in box, extra virgin olive oil and grappa of Bardolino. – Water Park Riovalli is a family-friendly water park in Cavaion Veronese, Italy. It is located about 2 km from the Affi tollbooth and immersed in the greenery of the Veronese Garda hinterland. The water park offers fun and relaxation for adults and children, with various pools, slides, attractions, and a large green area. You can also enjoy snacks, ice cream, burgers, sandwiches, and pizzas baked in a wood-fired oven at the park’s bar and kiosk.
Via Berengario is a street in Cavaion Veronese, a town in the province of Verona, in the Veneto region of Italy. It is close to Lake Garda, the largest lake in Italy, and surrounded by hills, vineyards, olive groves and cypress trees. Via Berengario has several attractions and amenities for visitors and locals, such as: Hotel Romantic, a 3-star hotel with a pool, and restaurant, and free parking and the 2-star Hotel Andreis. You will also find the Retrogusto Gelateria & Bar and Ristorante La Magnolia. (Photo 1) – Vicolo Teatro is a street in Cavaion Veronese which runs from Via Berengario to Via Vittorio Veneto (Photo 2) – Via Vittorio Veneto is a street in Cavaion Veronese which runs from Piazza Fracastoro to Str. Val Quarole (Photo 3) – Via Battisti is a street in Cavaion Veronese which runs from Via Vittorio Veneto to Via Roma (Photo 4-5-6-7) – Vicolo Via Roma is a street in Cavaion Veronese which runs from Via Vittorio Veneto to Viale Rimembranza (Photos 8-9-10-11) – Viale Rimembranza is a street in Cavaion Veronese which runs from Via Pozzo dell’Amore to Piazza della Chiesa (Photo 12) – Piazza della Chiesa, is a historical and cultural site in the town of Cavaion Veronese. It is the main square of the town, where you can find the Parrocchia San Giovanni Battista, a neoclassical church dedicated to Saint John the Baptist123. The church was built in the 18th century and has a monumental facade with four semi-columns, a large clock, and a cross. The interior has a single nave with five altars, decorated with paintings and sculptures from the 16th to the 19th centuries. (Photos 13-14-15-16-17-18) – Via Marzo 1945 is a street in Cavaion Veronese which runs from Via Castello to Piazza della Chiesa (Photo 20) – Via Fracastoro is a street in Cavaion Veronese which runs from Via Berengario to Via Pozzo dell’Amore (Photos 21-22-23) – Via Cavalline is a street in Cavaion Veronese which runs from Via Pozzo dell’Amore to Via Roma (Photo 24)
Typical Cuisine in Cavaion Veronese;- Cavaion is known for its wine production, especially the Bardolino DOC, which is a red wine made from Corvina, Rondinella and Molinara grapes. Cavaion Veronese also has a rich culinary tradition, influenced by the Venetian and Lombard cuisines. Some of the typical dishes you can find in Cavaion Veronese are: Risotto al tastasal: A creamy rice dish cooked with minced pork seasoned with salt and pepper. The name “tastasal” means “taste the salt” in Venetian dialect, and it refers to the practice of testing the meat for sausages and salami. Gnocchi di patate: Small dumplings made from boiled potatoes, flour and eggs, served with various sauces. Gnocchi are a typical dish of Veronese gastronomy, traditionally eaten during Carnival. Bigoli con l’anatra: A type of thick spaghetti made with whole wheat flour and eggs, tossed with a sauce of duck meat and liver. Bigoli are a typical pasta of Veneto, and duck is a common ingredient in the area. Pastissada de caval: A stew of horse meat marinated in red wine, vinegar, spices and herbs, cooked slowly until tender. Pastissada de caval is a dish of ancient origin, dating back to the Roman times. Polenta e osei: A dish of polenta (cornmeal porridge) topped with small birds (such as quails, sparrows or larks) roasted or fried in butter. Polenta e osei is a dish of peasant origin, often eaten during winter.
Photo Gallery of Walk – Via Berengario to Via Cavalline
Approximately 2.68 km – 1.66 miles
The walk starts in Via Berengario – Vicolo Teatro – Via Vittorio Veneto – Via Battisti – Via Roma – Viale Rimembranza – Piazza della Chiesa – Via Marzo 1945 – Piazza della Chiesa – Via Roma – Via Battisti – Via Vittorio Veneto – Piazza Fracastoro – Via Fracastoro – Via Cavalline
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