The itinerary offers tastes of local gastronomic specialties, including sfogliatine (typical sweets of Villafranca), tortellini of Valeggio, and the local wine, Custoza.
In Villafranca, at the end of Corso Vittorio Emanuele, the remaining perimeter walls of the Scaliger Castle appear. Stop to taste the exquisite sfogliatine, a must for anyone passing through town. Visit the nearby Nicolis Museum, offering an exhibition on the evolution of automobile technology and mechanics.
Walk along the ramparts of the Serraglio, a Scaliger fortification that originated in the marshes of Grezzano, continued to Villafranca and Valeggio sul Mincio, and ended in Borghetto. When in Valeggio, home of beloved local tortellini, visit the castle and enjoy breathtaking views of the plain and Mincio river at Borghetto. Stroll through the small medieval village of Borghetto and enjoy the lovely view the Visconti bridge that crosses the Mincio River.