In the Veronese Lowlands, south-east of Verona ,rice is almost more common than pasta. Rice started being grown here between the 16th and 17th century and the Vialone Nano Rice is still grown and is the only rice type that has received the European I.G.P. certificate: Indication of Protected Geographic Area. If you want to experience history, art and the unique food of this part of the Verona territory you have to take the Rice Road Tour! You will visit rice factories, beautiful villas, Romanesque churches and medieval fortresses .
Rice Road Tour: in order to find out everything there is to know about rice, we will visit a rice factory. To complete the tour - before tasting traditional rice dishes (risotti) in one of the many restaurants of the area we can visit a villa or a Romanesque church.