Bike Tour up the hills of southern Lake Garda
Details & Itinerary
Leave the touristic crowds behind and immerse yourself in the green countryside of southern Garda Lake shore. The tour begins from Peschiera del Garda where the tour guide will meet you, he will find the perfect eletric bike for you and your group. This is an easy and funny ride, suitable for everyone who loves riding along beautiful vineyards, enjoys relaxing and admiring the nature. We will visit the tower that was built in 1878 on the hill of San Martino, to commemorate the event of the Italian Risorgimento. The top of the 74 m high tower can be reached by following a long spiral ramp. In addition to the Tower you can visit the Risorgimento Museum and the ossuary that contains the remains of those killed in the bloody battle. Slowly make your way back to Peschiera del Garda where you can drop off the e-bikes.
- Tour guide
- E-bike with side bad and helmet
- Wine tasting
- Picnic lunch: (sanwiched,soft drink and fruit)
- Museum entry ticket
What to know
Tour Duration: 7 hours (full day)
Start time: 9.30 am
Scheduled Pick up/Drop off available upon request from your hotel in Verona and Lake Garda area. Parking available at the meeting point.
Bring: comfortable clothing, sunglasses, hat, sunscreen.
Minimum age: 13 years old
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This experience requires more than 2 participants.
Some tours have a minimum number of participants. If the minimum number is not reached, Verona in Tour reserves the right to postpone the tour by advising the participants in advance.
Please book at least 42 hours in advance, for reservations with less than 42 hours it is recommended to send an email to check availability.
Your Tour Guide
Passionate about cycling and slow tourism, i want you to discover Verona area through its history, culture and food. I would like to share with you a moment of intense well-being and relax where you can admire and smell the colors and scents that you can only experience by cycling the surroundings of Verona and Lake Garda.