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  • Gardaland Amusement Park: Skip-the-Line Ticket

    1. Gardaland Amusement Park: Skip-the-Line Ticket

    Head to Gardaland Park, the number 1 amusement park in Italy, for a day packed with adventure. Situated on the southeastern banks of Lake Garda, Gardaland Park is the oldest park in Italy and one of the most important parks in Europe. The great variety of rides and shows will satisfy a truly diverse crowd, from early childhood to adolescence and beyond, whether among groups of friends or generations of the same family. Throughout the day, you will be able to explore the rides, such as the Oblivion – The Black Hole dive coaster and the mysterious Jungle Rapids. Travel back in time at the 4D Ice Age adventure and float on a log on the Colorado Boat. Enjoy a brand new fantastic Peppa Pig themed area with 3 new attractions! Sail on an exciting pirate ship, fly up in the clouds in colorful balloons and let Grandpa Pig take you on an unforgettable trip on his cute little train. You will be ...

    Gardaland was very crowded. You must purchase fast track tickets if you are visiting in summer as the waiting lines for one activity were more than 60 minutes. It is definitely better to visit other months then summer ones.

  • Verona Card: Arena Priority Entrance

    2. Verona Card: Arena Priority Entrance

    Follow in the footsteps of Romeo and Juliet and great Roman emperors and explore the city of Verona at your own pace with a Verona Card. Valid for 24  or 48 hours (depending on the option booked), the Verona Card gives you free or reduced entrance to dozens of city museums and monuments, as well as unlimited travel on the ATV transport system. Save time and money as you go everywhere, see everything, and skip the long lines along the way. The Verona Card is an all-inclusive ticket that acts as your personal passport to the historic city. Look inside the Verona Arena, where opera is still staged on special nights. Marvel at Juliet's Balcony and read the love letters pinned to the wall of the Casa di Guilietta. Enjoy panoramic views from the top of Torre dei Lamberti (Lamberti Tower). These are just a few of the attractions on offer. See them according to your interests, and travel from ...

    It was perfect for a one day stay in Verona. We saw only 4 sights, but it was already worth it. Especially to enter the arena with the fast-lane.

  • Verona: Hop-on Hop-off Tour 24 or 48-Hour Ticket

    3. Verona: Hop-on Hop-off Tour 24 or 48-Hour Ticket

    Hop on the open-top red bus and see the sights of Verona as you learn more about this historic city from the onboard multilingual audio commentary. Travel on 2 routes that have been specifically designed to show you the main attractions of the city. Both tours start from Piazza Brà, the Square of the Arena. You can hop off and explore at your leisure, re-boarding the bus as often as you like with your 24 or 48-hour ticket. Well-known as the setting for the story of Romeo and Juliet, historic Verona is a blend of its storied past and its modern industrial base. This was one of the most powerful cities during the early days of the Roman Empire, and its old city is one of the best-preserved in Italy. Buses run every 60 minutes. Red route stops: • Piazza Bra • Corso Porta Nuova Giardini Pradaval • Stazione FS Porta Nuova • Piazza Pozza • Basilica S. Zeno Castelvecchio • Via Diaz Porta Bo...

    Service was as advertised but I do wish it went past 5pm … saying something is good for 24-hours sort of implies being able to use over the course of a full day. I liked that the route picked up right at the train station. Best if used earlier in day.

  • Verona from Above: Lamberti Tower Entry

    4. Verona from Above: Lamberti Tower Entry

    Look over the sights of Verona 84 meters above street level with an entry ticket to the Medieval Tower of Lamberti, still in use as a clock tower for the city. This tower is located in the heart of the city center, Piazza delle Erbe, a few minutes walk from the most important attractions of Balcone di Giulietta and Arena. If you're feeling sporty, 289 steps are waiting for you! Or, if you simply want to get to the top as fast and easy as possible, you can take the internal elevator to the terraces to admire the characteristic spires from a fresh perspective. After your visit to the tower, you can access the adjacent Gallery of Modern Art located in Palazzo della Ragione, a historical palace from the twelfth century.

    The tour starts with the tower, (entrance is downstairs right outside the ticket door) then the gallery up the stairs in the square. There are lockers to keep your items in while you walk around the gallery and tower as well! There are both stairs and an elevator to get to the top

  • Verona Arena Skip-the-Line Guided Tour

    5. Verona Arena Skip-the-Line Guided Tour

    Save precious time and skip the long lines to enter the grand amphitheater of the Verona Arena, one of the most popular attractions in the city and one of the best-preserved monuments from the Roman Empire. Look beyond the iconic pink marble façade of the monument on Piazza Bra and hear stories about the gladiators of the Roman Republic. Learn about the famous operas that have been performed at the arena over many years. Built in the 1st century AD from pink-tinged marble, the great theater survived an earthquake in the 12th century and is still the city's favorite concert venue for operas. Listen to little known stories that reveal facts normally concealed in the mighty stonework.

    We were very happy to skip the long line at The Arena. Our Tour guide was very friendly and informative. The tour is not really long but you are definitely getting your moneys worth. Think we would have been a little lost in the arena without her.

  • The Classic and the Unknown: Original Verona Bike Tour

    6. The Classic and the Unknown: Original Verona Bike Tour

    Meet the guide at your meeting point in the city center of Verona, collect a bike and helmet from your guide, and start your 3 hour journey. Discover Verona’s main squares and the ancient monuments, cycling through surrounding neighborhoods, along ancient city walls, and Verona’s old town. Hear interesting stories and useful information from the professional tour guide, and take a quick break for a cappuccino or some fresh water (not included). Visit the roman bridge of Ponte Pietra and other local roman ruins. Relive the love story of Romeo and Juliet with a quick stop inside the Capuleti house’s yard to admire Juliet’s famous balcony. Lastly, reach the beautiful Ponte Pietra to take some amazing photos of San Pietro's hill before returning to our starting point.

    All the hot spots in 3 hours with a local guide. Can recommend it! Some car drivers greets the group with a welcoming honk and hand gesture but this is just it is in Italian cities.

  • From Verona: Amarone Wine Trail Tour

    7. From Verona: Amarone Wine Trail Tour

    Meet the guide/driver in the city-center, take a seat in a comfortable air-conditioned van, and start to enjoy this relaxed half-day tour in the Valpolicella wine region. During the journey, your guide will tell you about the local wines and the Valpolicella valley. Then, arrive at a beautiful winery, located in the heart of Valpolicella. Here an expert sommelier will show you the wine cellar and explain the secrets of production and show you how the wine is kept. Afterwards, sit around the table to taste some chosen wines, including the great Amarone. After taking some beautiful pictures in the gardens and vineyards, get back on board the van and make your way to the second winery for another tasting. After the tasting, you'll head back to Verona.

    Cerena was an excellent tour guide. She is passionate about Verona and wine. She was very friendly and knowledgeable. The two wineries were very different. One large and one small. Both were great experiences.

  • Verona: Food Tour with Wine Tasting

    8. Verona: Food Tour with Wine Tasting

    Meet the expert local food guide and begin the day with a nice espresso and pastries, then continue walking through the streets of old city to the different stops, including a real 'bottega' to taste some local cheese and salami, and homemade bread. Afterwards, visit other local places to taste some typical Italian food, including wine. This is very important, because Verona is the Capital of wine in Italy. Try some Valpolicella wines, while hearing interesting stories behind the different flavors. Finish your food journey with some delicious gelato. The guide will conclude the tour with recommendations of other local food, and historical places to visit. Here you can learn about Veronese and Italian eno-gastronomic culture. During the tour, discover the historical old town strolling through hidden small streets like locals do, trying to find special places that you would never find al...

    Our guide Benedicte took us around the old town letting us know more about the history as well as the food and drink culture. Her English is excellent. We appreciated her a lot!

  • Verona: Walking Tour with Skip-the-Line Arena Ticket

    9. Verona: Walking Tour with Skip-the-Line Arena Ticket

    Meet your guide in the city center of Verona and start exploring the town. The fist stop will be Castelvecchio, the magnificent medieval castle built by Scaligeri family. Then with your local guide you'll reach Piazza Brà and the Arena di Verona. Admire the Roman amphitheatre's architecture and learn about the old games of gladiators. Today Arena is setting for International Festivals, Music events and the famous Opera Lirica. After taking some memorable photos of ancient roman ruins and some beautiful squares, pass by Juliet's Balcony.  Afterwards, enter the Verona Arena and visit one of the world’s great open-air concert venues. Look beyond the façade of the pink marble monument on Piazza Bra, hear stories of gladiators and famous operas in the amphitheatre. Your guide will tell you little known stories and reveal facts normally concealed in the mighty stonework.

    Priscilla is one of the best guides I've ever met. She's very bright, enthusiastic, and passionate about explaining all history of Verona. If you want to start a journey in Verona, her guide would be the perfect to begin with.

  • Verona: 2-Hour Guided City Walking Tour

    10. Verona: 2-Hour Guided City Walking Tour

    Embark on a 2-hour guided walking tour through the ancient streets of Verona. Visit historical landmarks dating from Roman, medieval, and Renaissance times and learn the history behind each turn from your expert guide. Start your guided walking adventure at the Piazza Bra, surrounded by the first medieval city wall, and see the Renaissance Palazzo Della Gran Guardia and Roman amphitheater. Enjoy a short walk along via Mazzini and arrive at the remains of the Roman city wall and gate, called "Porta Borsari." From the Adige river, admire the huge medieval Castelvecchio and its bridge, a reminder of this once-mighty military stronghold. Stop at the old Forum Romanum, transformed into a market square during medieval times. Here, see the old "Corte Sgarzerie," where wool was carded, stamped, and sold. Continue to the Piazza delle Erbe, surrounded by the stunning baroque Maffei Palace and...

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What people are saying about Verona

Overall rating

4.5 / 5

based on 682 reviews

Manuela is excellent extremely knowledgeable professional. She packs a lot into a three hour tour but does it in a way that does not overwhelm you. She just has a way of making the history of this area easy to understand. She is also great at communicating before the tour and her suggestion for after the tour were spot on Highly recommend

Serena is a perfect guide—pleasant , knowledgeable, and caring. We enjoyed a wonderful tour to 2 wonderful wineries and were treated with warmth and hospitality. The wine was delicious also! And the meats and cheeses tasty.

Our guide Benedicte took us around the old town letting us know more about the history as well as the food and drink culture. Her English is excellent. We appreciated her a lot!

This was a wonderful experience. Our guide, Serena was fantastic. She was extremely knowledgeable and very friendly. The SavaTerra winery was the highlight of the trip!

Best cooking class ever! The chef was really fantastic. Her enthousiasm was wonderful.