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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: 2-Hour Guided City Walking Tour

    2. 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...

  • Verona: 3-Hour Guided Walking Tour

    3. Verona: 3-Hour Guided Walking Tour

    Verona, often overlooked by neighboring Venice, possesses its own impressive artistic heritage and vibrant cultural diversity. Located a short drive from Venice and Lake Garda, in the heart of the Valpolicella wine region, it is an ideal destination for visitors looking for cultural events, shopping, history, fine dining and amazing wine. During this walking tour, you will discover that Verona has preserved a remarkable number of monuments from antiquity, the Middle Ages and the Renaissance. You will encounter sites, such as the medieval and Renaissance city walls, the Borsari and Lion gates, stunning piazzas, Romeo and Juliet’s houses and Renaissance palaces.    Discover the highlights of this amazing city and learn about its history and culture on this incredible walking tour!

    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

  • Verona: City Highlights Private Tour

    4. Verona: City Highlights Private Tour

    Admire the beautiful city of Verona, Unesco enlisted world heritage site, on this guided walking tour lasting 2.5 hours. Your licensed guide will take you on a journey through time, from the Romans to the Middle Age. You will start at the arena, a famous amphitheater that was built more than 2000 years ago. You will then visit the Scaliger Tombs, where the infamous Scaliger family are buried, who ruled Verona in the 13th and 14th century. You can then immerse yourself in contemporary life in this ancient city. You will see the Piazza delle Erbe, a setting of many historic buildings and sculptures that also houses a colorful market overflowing with fresh fruits and vegetables. You can also catch a glimpse of the Piazza dei Signori, the hub of the University students in the evenings.  Verona is also well-known also for its Shakespearean associations from the tragic love affair between Ro...

  • Verona: Aquardens Thermal Baths Day Ticket

    5. Verona: Aquardens Thermal Baths Day Ticket

    Luxuriate and refresh with a full-day spa ticket. Devote yourself to relaxation, health and well-being in the microbiologically pure water of Pescantina Thermal Baths. Enjoy charming pools overlooking the Valpolicella Hills. Have fun under salsobromoiodic waterfalls or indulge yourself in the hydromassage areas. Let the river waters wash over you, or swim upstream for some natural therapy. Choose from a variety of relaxing and fun areas in an inclusive venue just 20 minutes from Verona.

  • Verona: Private 2-Hour Walking Tour

    6. Verona: Private 2-Hour Walking Tour

    See the sights of Verona on a 2-hour walking tour with a private guide and marvel at monuments from different periods of the city's rich history. Marvel at the monumental Roman amphitheater on Piazza Brà, built in the 1st century AD and still in use today. Stroll down to the River Adige to see the medieval fortress of the Castelvecchio and historic Ponte Scaligero (Castelvecchio Bridge). Pass through the 3rd-century Porta Borsari archway that formed part of the original Roman walls. Continue along the Corso to Piazza Erbe at the heart of the Roman city and soak up the lively atmosphere. See the historical Café Dante on Piazza dei Signori and admire the medieval Palazzi Scaligeri where the Scaliger Tombs commemorate the family that ruled Verona from the 13th to the late 14th century. Continue down a narrow alleyway to stand in front of the house and balcony where Romeo declared his lov...

  • 2-hour Private Guided Walking Tour of Verona

    7. 2-hour Private Guided Walking Tour of Verona

    The tour starts at the Roman Arena, where you’ll marvel at the imposing and surprisingly well preserved Roman amphitheater that is the true heart of Verona. From here you’ll head to the Capulet house, where you can ponder why Juliet is so immensely more popular than Romeo, and learn about Juliet's Club. Visit the laid-back Piazza Erbe, most likely the oldest, continuously functioning marketplace in the world. Adjacent is the classy Piazza dei Signori, considered to the living room of the city, and home to elegant statues of poets and knights.

    We had a very small group which was fortunate for us. The tour was well paced and informative. We were given a opportunity to ask questions and take our time at things of interest to us. Would highly recommend this tour to anyone.

  • Verona: Christmas Magic Walking Tour

    8. Verona: Christmas Magic Walking Tour

    Get into the holiday spirit on this guided walking tour in Verona, Italy. Together with a professional local guide, visit a festive Christmas market and learn local Christmas legends.

    This special time of year brings magic to Verona. Visit the cozy Christmas market, shop and taste local Christmas goods, and more.

    Prepare to be spellbound by the charming Christmas atmosphere all around, something you can only experience in Verona this time of year.

  • From Venice: Visit Verona for Amarone Wine Tour

    9. From Venice: Visit Verona for Amarone Wine Tour

    Visit vineyards Northwest of Verona in the Valpolicella wine region. The very special soil and the presence of indigenous grape varieties make Valpolicella Classico, Valpolicella Superiore Ripasso, Amarone and Recioto among the most revered red wines in the world. Explore two wineries where you learn about the family traditions that are a part of creating fine products of the highest quality. Then enjoy the opportunity to taste wines produced at the wineries.  The day concludes with a walking tour of Verona’s historic gems: Piazza Bra, Castelvecchio Bridge, Juliet's House, Piazza dei Signori, and Piazza delle Erbe. Then head back to Venice after experiencing the rich culinary culture and history of Verona.

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What people are saying about Verona

Overall rating

4.3 / 5

based on 228 reviews

Our trip was fabulous!!! Our boat captain was very entertaining and made the trip so much more enjoyable than I expected. He entertained us until the very minute we got off the boat. The wine tasting was great. We had three generous samples of wine and some light snacks that were more than enough. Stopping to swim was refreshing considering it was quite warm the day we went. When we got on the boat at the beginning of the trip, we were all strangers, but at the end, we parted as friends.

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

The tour (group of 4 people) was very informative and entertaining. The guide answered all of our questions in detail, was friendly and very engaging.

The tour with Manuela was very nice and led us to many points and places that are not written in the travel guide. Highly recommended!

It was a great tour. We are very satisfied and have learned a lot about the city. Thanks to the personable guide Manuela! Any time!