Bruschetta in Verona city center
- Discover the oldest part of Verona and its history
- Taste bruschetta and other local food
Come and visit an exclusive and flowery garden, included in the cathedral complex of Verona. Stroll through the oldest area of the city, right on the bank of the river Adige, and listen to old tales of this ancient place. Enjoy Italian bruschetta and Monte Veronese cheese.
Admire the ancient well which appeared in Franco Zeffirelli's Romeo and Juliet. Experience Verona's traditional authenticity with local people.
Inform about any specific dietary requirements and, in case of pick-up option, please confirm the pick-up place (Piazzale Cadorna or Stazione Verona Porta Nuova) directly with the local operator. You can find their contact information in the voucher after booking.
- Tour with local guide
- Food and drink
Piazza Duomo, Verona 37121, Veneto, IT
By the blue angel statue
- Inform about any specific dietary requirements and, in case of pick-up option, please confirm the pick-up place (Piazzale Cadorna or Stazione Verona Porta Nuova) directly with the local operator. You can find their contact information in the voucher after booking
- Food tasting includes: Italian bruschetta, cheese selection (Monte Veronese DOP, Grana Padano DOP, Caciotta), salami of the area, marmalade and other condiments
- Plus: pick-up from Piazzale Cadorna by Bar Sabrina (10:00am) or from Stazione Verona Porta Nuova (10:15am)
- Check calendar for availability
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