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Amarone bike tour and wine tasting

Availability: From Monday to Saturday
Duration: 4 hours
Language: English
Mobile voucher accepted
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What to expect

The Amarone Bike Tour is an half-day excursion into the hills of Valpolicella, a bike tour that turns from the city to the hills to discover the famous wines of the area. Included in the tour is planned to full visit to an historic winery in Valpolicella, with wine tasting and local flavors including the famous Amarone wine, known throughout the world for its uniqueness.

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What's included
  • Professional tour leader
  • Bike rental
  • Helmet
  • Wine tasting
  • Winery visit
What's not included
  • Drinks and snacks not foreseen
Reduced price
  • Children: 14-17 years: reduced fee
Where
Vicolo Carmelitani Scalzi, 12, 37122 Verona VR, Italy
Meeting point:

08.50am at VERONALITY OFFICE, vicolo Carmelitani Scalzi 14 B

What to remember
  • Minimum number of participants required: 2 persons
  • Children under 14 are not allowed
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When
  • From April to October
  • From Monday to Saturday
  • At 09.00 am
  • End of the tour 01.00pm
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Provider
Veronality
Booking fee
Good news! No extra fees are applied to this booking.

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