Sona is a municipality in the province of Verona, located partially in a hilly area and partially in a plain area, suggestively covered by orchards, vineyards and olive trees and borders with the territories of the nearby regional capital.
The area was inhabited since Pre-historic times and traces attest the presence of settlements since the Neolithic Ages. During the Roman colonization, the entire region was enriched by the construction of important roads, such as Via Gallica, and so Sona, for its strategic location, grew in value. At the Fall of the Empire, the entire region, was not spared from the Barbarian invasions and in the XIV century the Lombards settled here. Subsequently the town was subjected to the Della Scala Family. During the following century it submitted the domain of the Serenissima Republic of Venice, experiencing a period of great peace and growth, thanks to the massive building of artificial water canals that allowed the cultivation of vast territories. In the XIX century the inhabitants were actively involved in the Wars of Independence.
- the XI century Church of Santa Giustina in Palazzolo, built on the remains of an earlier building, it houses frescoes and features several original sections in bricks of the Roman Ages. It features a single nave plan with two apses and a gable roof;
- the Oratory of Saints Philip and James, officially built in the second half of the XV century;
- the XII century Church of Saints Quirico and Giuditta;
- the XVI century Church of San Rocco;
- the XVI century Ca 'Ferrari;
- the XVII century Villa Schizzi-Fiorini;
- the XVIII century Villa Belvedere;
- the XVII century Villa Menegazzi;
- the XVII century Villa Bajetta;
- the XVII century Villa Giusta;
- Villa Consolaro;
- Villa Giarola;
- Villa Silvestri;
- Villa Sparici;
- Villa Trevisan;
- Villa Cavallari;
- the XIII century Scaligero Tower;
- the XIX century Fortress of Lugagnano;
- the XV century Colombara watchtower;
- the Civic Museum.