Make time to slow down and enjoy horseback riding in the countryside of Verona. Taste the best local wine and learn from a day with the locals.
Details & Itinerary
Get acquainted with the horses, gear up, assist with the saddling and prep of the horses for the ride. Get a basic lesson in horse: each rider will be matched perfectly with one of our trail horses based on weight, height and level of experience. Ride for about 60 minutes through beautiful vineyards up to the hill of Custoza. Visit a family-run winery and taste local white wine delighted by stunning views of the green countryside. Walk into the wine cellar, surrounded by the unmistakable smell of the old barrels, and learn about interesting winemaking techniques. Taste a selection of their most produced wines – white, rosè and red wine – paired with homemade cheese and salami. Then after the ride you can brush your horse and give him/her a snack. Note: If you are expecting a usual horse ride like many people have done in Italy, this is not the same. These horses are happy and full of life. They are very sweet and well-trained but you will have to do more than just sit there. You must be able to listen to instructions and be alert during the ride.
- Tour Guide
- Selection of cheese, salami and wine
- Insurance policy
What to bring
- Proper apparel: trousers, comfortable shoes or boots (no shorts or sandals)
- Hat and sunscreen in summer and warm layers in winter
What to know
Tour duration: 4 hours
Start time: 10 am
Car parking available at meeting point.
Scheduled Pick up/Drop off available upon request from your hotel in Verona and Lake Garda
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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
Fond of riding horses since childhood, I strongly believe that riding is one of the best ways to see Verona and Lake Garda. There many things to do and experience around the countryside.