MAGICAL ENCOUNTERS:<br/>the opera and the villa
18 July 2017

the opera and the villa

What could be more enchanting than combining an evening at the Opera at Verona's Arena and a night at Villa Della Torre Allegrini, the sixteenth-century villa complex designed by the great artist and architect, Giulio Romano? These two unique architectural and cultural gems ensure experiences that will be an thrilling as they are unforgettable: on the one hand the Roman Amphitheatre, which once hosted stars of the caliber of Maria Callas and Pavarotti, and has a line up of truly great and prestigious operas this season; on the other hand, the Villa, owned by Allegrini, a benchmark producer in Italian oenology, and famous around the world for its Amarone. The arias of Verdi's operas will remain impressed in your heart and mind as you awake the next morning, and after leaving one of the Villa's Wine and Art rooms, you will be able to stroll amongst the vine rows in the Palazzo della Torre vineyard and have breakfast, savouring the produce from the Villa's own kitchen garden. Villa Della Torre is also pleased to extend your stay with further enticing attractions such as a wine tasting of old vintages, lunch and light pre-opera dinner as well as an opportunity to explore the cuisine of our local area via our show cooking courses and cooking classes. We look forward to welcoming you to Villa Della Torre!