— 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.
Discover unique things to do and live memorable experiences with the locals
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.
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.
insured and licensed
Slow and Sustainable Tourism
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.
You may also like…
Horseback riding is a memorable experienceFrom the ancient city of Romans to the beautiful view of Lake Garda, Italy is full of surprises. You can cherish the moments of joy at...
To all the food lovers out there, do you want to learn cooking? High class cooking style through a local cooking class? If you are roaming through the streets of Italy in the...
There must be many places you want to visit while you are in Italy. You can do so by traveling in the cheapest way possible.
Among all of these beautiful things, one that is most cherished by people is the Truffles. They specifically go for hunting it in the green landscape regions of Italy.
The largest lake in Italy is called Lake Garda. It is one of the most famous tourist destinations in Northern Italy. The lake is known among tourists for its crystal-clear water...
The city of Gonzaga's Mantua is small but beautiful and surrounded by a beautiful natural environment where cultural heritage, nature, art, good food, and good living to make...