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Verona Segway Tour

Verona Segway Tour - Verona, Italy
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Duration: 3 hours
Location: Verona, Italy

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$116.78

Experience the perfect overview of Verona by Segway on a tour that’s far easier than walking and more unique and private than a coach tour. This amazing sightseeing experience is the best way to admire all the beautiful sights of Verona, including Castelvecchio, the Basilica of St Anastasia and Porta Palio ... More info ›

Experience the perfect overview of Verona by Segway on a tour that’s far easier than walking and more unique and private than a coach tour. This amazing sightseeing experience is the best way to admire all the beautiful sights of Verona, including Castelvecchio, the Basilica of St Anastasia and Porta Palio.

Numbers are limited to eight people on this small-group tour, ensuring you'll receive personalized attention from your friendly guide.

Never been on a Segway before? No problem! Prior to embarking on your Verona Segway tour, your expert guide will lead you through a 30-minute orientation session, designed to get you accustomed with riding a Segway.

From your meeting point, glide over the Castelvecchio Bridge to reach the stunning Old Castle, Castelvecchio, a residence of the Scala family. The castle’s internal restoration is a marvelous example of contemporary architecture. Stop for a great photo opportunity and learn about the Castelvecchio Civic Museum, an interesting museum inside the castle featuring a remarkable collection of European art.

Pass by the Roman arena, where concerts and operas are performed in the summer. Explore the narrow streets lined with impressive medieval and Renaissance buildings in Verona's historic center, the most beautiful and ancient part of the city, facing south and cradled by a bend of the river. From here, make your way to the magnificent Arena di Verona, the third-largest Roman amphitheater in Italy modeled after the Colosseum in Rome and the amphitheater in Capua.

Your knowledgeable guide will lead you to the Piazza Erbe, which has served for centuries as a meeting place and the home to a market and the city's administration. Next, discover the Porta Bombardiera, built in 1687, which stands in the courtyard of Piazza dei Signori. Cruise to the beautiful Basilica of St Anastasia, perhaps the most important Gothic-style religious monument in Verona, before returning to Porta Palio, where your Segway tour will end.

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Wine Tasting Experience and Guided Tour at Villa Mosconi Bertani in Verona

Wine Tasting Experience and Guided Tour at Villa Mosconi Bertani in Verona - Verona, Italy
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Duration: 90 minutes
Location: Verona, Italy

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$27.13

Let an expert host guide you through the unique experience offered by the Bertani family. A private tour to the majestic estate and a fun and informative wine-tasting session will give you a first-hand experience in the birthplace of the Amarone Classico Della Valpolicella wine ... More info ›

Let an expert host guide you through the unique experience offered by the Bertani family. A private tour to the majestic estate and a fun and informative wine-tasting session will give you a first-hand experience in the birthplace of the Amarone Classico Della Valpolicella wine. Meet the wine makers, whose expertise boasts centuries of history, in Villa Mosconi Bertani, an 18th century architectural and natural jewel without equal.

Discover the history and processes that lead to the production of world-renowned Veronese wines such as Amarone Classico, Valpolicella Ripasso and Soave, along with the internationally esteemed Decima Aurea Merlot and Torre Pieve Chardonnay. Choose from three tasting experiences to suit your preferences.

Tour the winery, vineyards, villa and gardens. Writings dating back to the 18th century, when the Villa hosted a literary salon, attest its unspoiled allure and splendor. The noble facade of neoclassical design, adorned with decorative statues of figures from Greek myths, stands framed against a backdrop of contrasting greens. Inside, the magnificent Chamber of the Muses with its astonishing frescoes offer a remarkable example of the Italian artistic mastery.

The English-style gardens, listed among the Great Italian Gardens for their historical and aesthetic value, weave a fairy-tale atmosphere and combine a rolling landscape, exotic plants and a pond, fed by springs.

The experience then culminates with a visit to the cellars, which played a significant role in the history of Veronese wine making, giving its name to Amarone. Today, in this same storied location, Gaetano Bertani and his sons continue the three-century-old family tradition.

The tastings will allow you to discover a variety of Tenuta Santa Maria Alla Pieve the Bertany Family private Estate grown wines, from the Veronese Amarone, Valpolicella and Soave, produced with autochthonous grapes from the region, to Merlot and Chardonnay, personal projects of Gaetano Bertani. You will learn about the techniques that lead to their production, such as the appassimento and the ripasso techniques.

The “Tradition” tasting:
This tasting will allow you to experience the three traditional Veronese wines, produced in two valleys with indigenous grapes. The elegant Soave, from the white Garganega grape, followed by two blends of the indigenous red grapes Corvina, Corvinone and Rondinella: the Valpolicella Ripasso and the Amarone Classico, both made using the appassimento technique –an air-drying technique that results in Amarone’s intense flavor and smooth tannins.

The “Premium” tasting:
Enjoy the most refined wines from the Bertani family’s production: Amarone Classico and Soave, made from indigenous grapes, and Decima Aurea Merlot and Torre Pieve Chardonnay, made from international varietals, personal projects by Gaetano Bertani. Each, in its own way, serves to express a unique aspect of the wine making traditions native to the Verona area.

The “Selection” tasting:
Experience the evolution of different vintages of the excellence to be found in the Bertani family’s winery: three vintages of the elegant Decima Aurea Merlot, made with partial appassimento technique, the current Amarone Classico vintage and the complex Torre Pieve Chardonnay.

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Venice Countryside Tour with Visit to Valpolicella, Wine Tasting and Lunch

Venice Countryside Tour with Visit to Valpolicella, Wine Tasting and Lunch - Verona, Italy

Duration: Flexible
Location: Verona, Italy

From USD
$212.33

We will drive to Valpolicella, located about 30 minutes west of Verona, starting with a short visit to a small village comprised of stone houses. With a visit to a local winery, we will learn the intricate process of winemaking from viticulture to harvest, from vineyards to vilification, from aroma to fragrance, color, and taste ... More info ›

We will drive to Valpolicella, located about 30 minutes west of Verona, starting with a short visit to a small village comprised of stone houses. With a visit to a local winery, we will learn the intricate process of winemaking from viticulture to harvest, from vineyards to vilification, from aroma to fragrance, color, and taste. Lunch in a local Trattoria. Afternoon olive oil frantoio visit with tasting, or a secon winery or a cheese tasting.

Start the tour heading to Valpolicella, an area located about 30 minutes west of Verona. Upon arrival, enjoy a short visit to a small village famous for its typical stone houses.

You will continue the journey driving through the rolling hills and vineyards, learning about the extraordinary life of farmers and wine makers.


Then visit a local winery, where you will learn the intricate process of wine-making including details about viticulture, harvest, vineyards and vinification. Have fun and talk about the wines' aroma, fragrance, colour and taste with your expert guide. The senses of sight, smell and taste will be explored to discover unexpected emotions.

After the wine tasting, you will enjoy a typical lunch in a local 'Trattoria'.

Next stop is a visit to a 'Frantoio', olive oil mill, to share information about olive-oil making techniques, oil bottling and storage. A professional tasting of two or more different kinds of olive oil guided by an expert is included.

Your last stop will be Soave. Admire the medieval massive walls that surround the old village and the golden grapes that give life to the renowned fragrant local white wine.

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Cooking Class in Valpolicella Area

Cooking Class in Valpolicella Area - Verona, Italy

Duration: 8 hours
Location: Verona, Italy

From USD
$283.11

The cooking class covers traditional, home-style Veneto and Italian recipes. Typical farmhouse kitchen, “Mammas cooking”, both encompassing the intense flavours & freshness of traditional Italian dishes ... More info ›

The cooking class covers traditional, home-style Veneto and Italian recipes. Typical farmhouse kitchen, “Mammas cooking”, both encompassing the intense flavours & freshness of traditional Italian dishes. Cooking & Wine: combines tastings at fine wine estates in Valpolicella Classico, with cooking lessons.

Cooking class in Valpolicella region, learn how to make tagliatelle or local food. A journey to learn everything about wine and food of Valpolicella.

For food lovers. Taste, sip, experience Italian traditions through food, soul, people, heart, dedication.

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Soave Castle Self Guided Tour from Verona

Soave Castle Self Guided Tour from Verona - Verona, Italy

Duration: 6 hours
Location: Verona, Italy

From USD
$415.23

Soave is a middle age wine village situated in region Veneto of Italy. In this self guided tour, you will visit the impressive castle and enjoy the stunning views of all the vineyards around ... More info ›

Soave is a middle age wine village situated in region Veneto of Italy. In this self guided tour, you will visit the impressive castle and enjoy the stunning views of all the vineyards around. Wine lovers can't resist the unmissable chance to visit a typical cellar and taste the most famous wines produced in the region, like Soave and Recioto. A perfect tour to have some rest from the city..while sipping a proper Italian wine!

The service will privately transfer you to Soave. Soave is a middle age wine village of around 7000 people in the region Veneto, Italy. It is surrounded by an intact castellation of the Veronese Scala era. You can freely explore the historical nucleus composed of 24 towers and a panoramic castle on the hilly top of the landscape which has ever been surrounded by the vineyards of the very famous Soave wine stretching in all directions. The historical district has maintained its Roman origin and a tangled road connection throughout the Middle Ages. You will visit the castle Scaligero courtyard and its indoor spaces where you will find the torture chamber and other interesting amenities like some excellent 14th century frescoes.

It is worth visiting the pleasant churches and palaces of different architectures in the town, like the Palazzo di Giustizia, 14th century law court and residence of the Captains of Serenissima. You will have lunch in the typical taverns where delicious Italian dishes will be served with the renowned Soave DOC or Recloto wine. In fact some of the most famous wines in the world are produced from the nearby wineries that are set in the delightful rolling hills around the village. During the afternoon we will transfer you to the Alpone’s valley where you will visit a modern wine cellar of 700 m² dedicated to withering, winemaking process, aging, sparkling making tecnique, bottling and storage. You will taste the Soave D.O.C, the Recioto and the typical Durello served along with delicious appetizers.You can also buy typical wine bottles there.

A tour guide is not included, a suggestion may be to bring a guidebook. Remember to check the website for opening times of the location and the price of entrance ticket. Entrance fees are not included.

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Venice Romantic Tour with Taxi Boat Transfer

Venice Romantic Tour with Taxi Boat Transfer - Verona, Italy

Duration: 8 hours
Location: Verona, Italy

From USD
$701.87

On this 8-hour private tour, enjoy the opportunity to explore Venice's enchanting atmosphere and savor a magical dinner in the most romantic city in the world. After hotel pickup in Verona, transfer to Venice island by private vehicle then to St ... More info ›

On this 8-hour private tour, enjoy the opportunity to explore Venice's enchanting atmosphere and savor a magical dinner in the most romantic city in the world. After hotel pickup in Verona, transfer to Venice island by private vehicle then to St. Mark's Square by private boat. You will have about 4 hours of free time to stroll the main square and small passages on your own, and have dinner in a renowned restaurant suggested by the driver. A tour guide is not included.

You will be picked up by your driver at 4pm and transferred to Venice. Once there, you will get to the Venice lagoon on private taxi boat while admiring a marvelous sunset on your way to St. Mark's Square.

Upon arrival, you are free to explore the impressive square at your leisure, savor tasty 'aperitivi' under the 'Vecchie Procuratie' arches, or stand in front the majestic facade of St. Mark’s Basilica. Admire the precious marble, splendid mosaics and famous bronze statues of the Four Horses on the front of the church. These statues were placed on the facade after the sack of Constantinople in 1204.

Next to the church, there is one of the most recognizable symbols of the city - the St. Mark’s bell tower, which was used as a watch tower for the docks. Nowadays, it is possible to climb the tower and enjoy a stunning view of the city.

Some other notable sites you may not want to miss are the easily-recognizable big clock, made of mosaic with gold stars glittering against a blue background. The two bronze Moors on the terrace that strike the bell to mark the hours were cast by Paolo Ranieri during its construction.

You may want to savor a romantic dinner in a renowned Venice restaurant where only the best local dishes are served (own expense). In the evening, rejoin your driver for the return trip to your hotel in Verona.

A tour guide is not included, a suggestion may be to bring a guidebook.

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