Wine and walking tour of Verona
- Taste Veneto's finest red and white wines
- See Verona's 2,000-year-old area built before the Colosseum
- Experience the city past to present exploring the architecture
Discover Verona on a walking tour of the city's most famous sights and tastes! In the region that is the capital of Italy's wine trade you must try Veneto's finest red wine, Amarone and Soave white wine, labeled DOCG.
Start your amazing tour at the 2,000-year-old ampitheater, called the Arena, which was built before the Colosseum in Rome and still used today!
Then walk through the evocative streets of Verona to reach Piazza Erbe's lively market. Here you'll taste a couple of delicious local wines, while admiring the glamorous palaces in the square and learning about their history.
Then travel to the historical Signori Square, where you will experience Verona from the past to present through the ages of architecture. From the Middle Ages when the city flourished under the Scala family dynasty, the Renaissance of the Venetians before Napoleon, Baroque to today.
End your tour in the Medieval courtyards reaching the Scala family tombs. On your tour you'll create unforgettable memories of this fascinating city and wet your tongue with delectable Italian wines!
- Professional tour guide
- Taste of two different wines, red or white
- Entrance into buildings
Children (aged 0-9) : May join the tour for free
Piazza Bra, 37121 Verona VR, Italia
Meet your guide in Piazza Bra, at the Statue of Vittorio Emanuele.
- Please note that this walking tour does not enter any of the above mentioned locations
- Wear comfortable shoes suitable for walking the stone streets
- Daily at 1.45pm
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