Tourism information in Verona
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.
We are immersed in a quiet paradise a few hundred meters above one of the most popular tourist areas of Italy, sufficient height to allow us to hear the sound of nature
Given the type of mule track, it is possible to study a specific itinerary to meet your specific needs: do not hesitate to ask us for information before making a reservation
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We will visit the rural architecture of this abandoned district, suspended in a time now finished for decades, which still today offers glimpses and emotions all to be experienced
Duration: 15 minutes
Location: Contrada Campo di Brenzone, Brenzone sul Garda, Province of Verona, Veneto
We'll start our walk alog Lorenzoni path from Casa Marina in Galzignano Terme and we'll proceed towards the top of the hill.
During our walk, we will have the opportunity to visit the ruins of the Monastery of the Benedictines (Order of the Olivietani) monks. Of the medieval building, dedicated to the St. John the Baptist, remain today just ruins, part of the Monastery, of the clocktower and of the crypt. The legends is said to be in 1197 by Adamo da Torreglia who decided to spend the rest of his life here as a hermit and was done by the Benedictine monks of Santa Giustina of Padua.
Monte Venda has even been an important NATO base. From 1955 until 1998 the mountain was a fundamental point of information where over 500 soldiers worked.
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The Euganean Spas of Abano Montegrotto are one of the most famous spa destination in the world. Our tour will start from here. Abano and Montegrotto you can: - choose the pick up in your hotel / b & b / Apartment in Padua - reach Montegrotto Terme by train. The train station "Terme Euganee Abano-Montegrotto" is located in Montegrotto Terme (near Euganean Hills), and is connected with Padua (in 10 minutes) Venice (in 45 minutes) Verona (in 1.5 hours) Treviso (1 hour) and Bologna (1.5 hours) by train
Duration: 10 minutes
Location: Terme Euganee di Abano e Montegrotto, Montegrotto Terme, Province of Padua, Veneto
The Euganean Hills is a group of hills of volcanic origin that is 300 to 600 meters from the Padovan-Venetian plain a few km south of Venice.
Duration: 4 hours
Location: Parco Regionale dei Colli Euganei, Este, Province of Padua, Veneto
Pick-up by bus or minivan available from a wide variety of locations. Transfer to Verona; the transfer will be about 45 minutes long (it depends on the starting point).
The tour guide will accompany you to the Arena, in the center of Verona. Tickets will be given to customers at gate n16 (open in Arena from 5:30 to 8pm). Your ticket is in category: UNRESERVED STONE STEPS and is included in the price. The Opera is about 3 hours long.
After the show, the tour guide will wait all the guest and together they will reach the bus parking. Return at the pick-up point by bus.
2018 Opera in Arena Schedule (Lyric Festival) during which we organize the transfer service:
June start at 9:00 PM
Friday 21st - La traviata (new production)
Thursday 27th - Aida (zeffirelli)
Friday 28th - La traviata (new production)
July start at 9:00 PM
Thursday 4th - Il trovatore (zeffirelli)
Friday 5th - Aida (zeffirelli)
Saturday 6th - Carmen
Wednesday 10th - Carmen
Thursday 11th - La traviata (new production)
Friday 12th - Aida (zeffirelli)
Thursday 18th - Aarmen
Saturday 20th - Il trovatore (zeffirelli)
Sunday 21st - Aida (zeffirelli)
Tuesday 23rd - Carmen
Thursday 25th - La traviata (new production)
Friday 26th - Il trovatore (zeffirelli)
Sunday 28th - Aida (zeffirelli)
August start at 8:45 PM
Thursday 1st - La traviata (new production)
Friday 2nd - Carmen
Saturday 3rd - Aida (zeffirelli)
Thursday 8th - La traviata (new production)
Friday 9th - Aida (zeffirelli)
Sunday 11th - Carmina burana
Friday 16th - Tosca
Sunday 18th - Aida (zeffirelli)
Thursday 22nd - La traviata (new production)
Friday 23rd - Tosca
Saturday 24th - Carmen
Tuesday 27th - Carmen
Wednesday 28th - Aida (zeffirelli)
Thursday 29th - Tosca
September start at 8.45 PM
Tuesday 03 - AIDA (Zeffirelli)
Wednesday 04 - CARMEN
Friday 06 - TOSCA
Take the bike to follow the local guide around Veronas main squares and ancient monuments in an easy three-hours ride, to have a great overview of the city in short time.
Meet the guide at our meeting point in the city center of Verona, collect a bike and helmet from our guide, and start your three hour journey.
Discover Veronas main squares and the ancient monuments, cycling through surrounding neighborhoods, along ancient city walls, and Veronas 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). You will visit the roman bridge of Ponte Pietra and other local roman ruins.
You will relive the love story of Romeo & Juliet with a quick stop inside the Capuleti Houses yard to admire Juliets famous balcony.
Lastly, reach the beautiful Ponte Pietra to take some amazing photos of San Pietro's hill before returning to our starting point.
Visit: Nicolis Museum, Villafranca di Verona, Province of Verona, Veneto
Viale Postumia, 71, 37069 Villafranca di Verona VR, Italy
Founded in 2000 by Luciano Nicolis - a businessman passionate about old cars - this automobile, technical and mechanical museum has become one of the most important and beautiful museums dedicated to cars today. The museum boasts an extensive collection of precious and impossible to find today car-related objects collected all around the world by Nicolis - motivated by his great interests in cars and mechanics. There are 8 collections totaling over 1,000 objects that tell the story of how man has overcome the challenge of distance in both time and space.
The objects on display are divided into eight themed categories: automobiles, motorcycles, bicycles, airplanes, musical instruments, cameras, typewriters/computers, motors, racecars and military objects. Among the most rare pieces, you will find the first motorcycle to run on gas from 1882, the only remaining Lancia Astura 1000 Miglia automobile in the world, the 1929 Isotta Fraschini (a royal car), the legendary F104 Starfighter plane and many ancient typewriter machines.
• Museum entrance
• Visit of the 8 collections
• 100 F1 steering wheels for 100 cars
Tuesday - Sunday from 10.00am to 6.00pm
Duration: 2 hours
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Stop At: Piazza Bra, Verona, Province of Verona, Veneto
An unforgettable panoramic walk of about 3 HOURS, through the narrow streets of the historic center of Verona , the city of love, with stops in unique venues, with many
wine tastings to make.Culinary stops based on the classic Veronese aperitif: taste of 4 or more different local wines ( prosecco-Soave- Custoza ) and the glorious Valpolicella AMARONE wine all paired with some local appetizers, such as fingers food or cold cuts.
Duration: 3 hours
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VALIDITY: This ticket grants one single admission to the Museum.
Open from November 1st to March 31st: 10 am 4 pm (ticket office 10 am 3.30 pm) from April 1st to October 31st: 10 am 5 pm (ticket office 10 am 4.30 pm)
Closed on Mondays, December 25th, January 1st, May 1st
Visit: Palazzo Mocenigo, Veneto
Museum of Textiles and Costumes with the itineraries dedicated to Perfume
Palazzo Mocenigo is a large building of gothic origin extensively rebuilt at the beginning of the 17th century, when it attained its present appearance. From 17th century, the palazzo was the residence of the San Stae branch of the Mocenigo family, one of the most important families of the Venetian patriciate, seven members of which became doges between 1414 and 1778.
Until recently the Mocenigo family still lived in the palazzo and on the first piano nobile one can see Rococo or Neo-classic style frescoes and furnishing that mostly go back to the second half of the 18th century. Many of the rooms are decorated with paintings celebrating the familys glories, the climax of which was when Alvise IV was doge, (1763-1778). Of considerable interest are the ceiling frescoes, completed in 1787 for the marriage of Alvise IVs nephew to Laura Corner,for that occasion are realized the frescoes by Jacopo Guarana (Verona, 1720 Venezia, 1808), Giambattista Canal (Venezia, 1745 1825) e Giovanni Scajaro(around second half of 18th cent.). Of particular note are also the root wood doors and engraved, gilded cornices.