Discover unique things to do in Verona and live memorable experiences with local guides
Verona is famous for its Arena, Romeo & Juliet balcony, Amarone red wine and spectacular places to eat. But if you’d like to dive in a bit deeper, leave the tourist tracks and immerse yourself in the green countryside, read on.
Trekking & picnic in the vineyards49,00€
Discover the secret of “Love knot” and ride along Mincio river60,00€
From little biker to gelato master: riding to the farm on the river49,00€
Gourmet picnic in the wonderful Sigurtà54,00€
E-Mountain Bike Adventure in Lake Garda150,00€
Discover Truffles in Wild Forests100,00€
Rafting at sunset and aperitif in osteria60,00€
Valpolicella Wine Tour: Wineries & Lunch155,00€
The Best of Verona: Food, Wine, History75,00€
The traditional Verona Cooking Class85,00€
Sirmione Boat Tour and Wine Tasting215,00€
Bardolino Route: between the lake and wineries89,00€
— Slow Travel and Eco-friendly Tours
Exploring Verona in the right way
Take the time to enjoy even the simplest things. Much of Verona’s true charm can be found in its countryside.
Savvy travelers can slow down and get a taste of Italian rural life in the traditional-yet-cozy lodgings of a countryside guesthouse or an agriturismo — a working farm that takes in guests.
Staying in these places is a beautiful way to get to appreciate not only the art, culture, dramatic architecture, world-renowned food, but also the slower pace of the sweet italian lifestyle.
Why Choose Verona In Tour?
Deeply tied to the city of Verona and its surroundings, Verona In Tour creates tailor-made customized experiences and sojourns, special-interest itineraries, private events and celebrations.
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—city and countryside tours
Relax and taste THE SWEETNESS OF NATURE
We address to people who choose to visit this wonderful land and live it even for a short time, letting themselves be distracted by the flavors and aromas, away from the chaos of the cities immersed in an atmosphere that undoubtedly contributes to our general well-being.
Slow tourism is an ecological and genuine way of visiting historic places, natural environments, rural villages using only non-polluting means, such as bicycles or feet.
The local communities have agreed on important investments to develop an area of excellence for cyclists focusing on green and cultural tourism.
Self-Guided Tours in Verona and Lake Garda
For travellers that want to feel inspired but love their freedom, self-guided tours are the answer. Whether you want to be hiking and trekking, or road-tripping, or city-hopping, all at your own pace with the comfort of knowing a tour operator will have your back whenever you need assistance or advice! Learn more about becoming your own tour guide below!
Gourmet picnic in the wonderful Sigurtà
Ride and discover the wonderful land of “valle del mincio” till one of the most beautiful Park in Europe where you can relax with a glass of wine and a gourmet picnic admiring the natural landscape.
Riding to the farm along the Mincio river
An experience for the families and the children where they can live a dream-day in a true farm in the countryside. This is an adventure along the Mincio river that will guide you until the ice cream of the farm.
Learn about the secret of “Love knot”
Slow down with an experience to relax and live a full immersion into nature, to learn about the secret recipe of “Love knot” hidden into the medieval village of Borghetto. Follow the map and discover it!
Slow and Sustainable Tourism in Verona
To travel slowly is to reject conventional tourism and be more open to experiences that are unique and immersive.
We want to experience a place in its uniqueness and touch the land with man’s marks upon it, while travelling at the pace of nature.
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