Food & drink, Verona
This excellent food shop, called "Albertini" is situated in Corso Santa Anastasia, just a foot from Piazza dellle Erbe. It offers an excellent choice of food, wines an olive oils.
What to buy: Anything you like, I suggest you San Daniele prosciutto, Olio d'oliva extravergine and famous Brunello red wine.
What to pay: Not too much, except for Brunello wine which cost approx. 50 euros, but it worth that money.
Address: C.so S. Anastasia
Directions: From Piazza delle Erbe in direction of S. Anastasia church.
I was planning to buy myself some souvenir, bottle of wine or something like that. As I was passing by this shop a smell of prosciutto ham struck my nostrils. I just had to go in. Smoked cheese all around, salami, sausages, wine, olive oil, spices.... a paradise for me!!!! I event didn't want to get out of there ;)
The guy that works there was really nice and friendly (+7points for the shop) and I bought a bottle of wine as a souvenir.
What to buy: Great wine, or olive oil, or prosciutto.... anything....
What to pay: Not-so expensive, I paid a bottle of wine around 10Euros, of course you can buy smaller bottle (on the bottle is written Italian Fancy Bottle ;)
Address: Via Sant'Anastasia 3
The food in Verona tasted much better than the Italian food we get served in Holland.
What to buy: Try one of the local shops to buy ham or salami or pastas, or olives or wine or grappa.
You won't regret!
Address: Corso San Anastasia
I haven't seen anything as beautiful and nostalgic in a long while - but this sweets shop in the center of Verona was just something else!
What to buy: sweets - sweets - sweets!
Directions: near the Piazza dell'Erbe