Verona Tourist Guide

This is the most extensive and in-depth information website about the city and its surroundings, written by Verona tour guides who share their insights, experiences, places not to miss, wines and dishes to try.

Book now your Verona guided tour choosing from our numerous proposals. We have the right experience for everyone: art and history lovers, mistery and legend routes for the curious, wine and food tours for foodies.

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Romeo and Juliet

Romeo and Juliet's balcony
Is that of the two ill-fated lovers just a legend?

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Underground Tour

Underground archaeologica excavations
A journey through 2000 years of history.

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Wine Tours

A cellar with big barrels
Tasting tours in Verona wine regions.

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Kids' Tours

A boy playing the gladiator in Verona amphitheater
A fun tour of Verona for the whole family.

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Verona Churches

St. Zeno church facade in Verona
Religious faith, art, architecture and history.

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Lake Garda

Scavi archeologici sotterranei
Italy biggest lake, one of its main tourist destinations.

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We will be happy if you book one of our tours but also if the information on the web site will be useful to organize your own trip to Verona. Share your experience with us, friends and other travelers on social networks.


General inquiries and bookings:

+39 333 2199 645 P.I. 03616420232 C.F. CPPMHL74L13L781C

Semi-private tours

In addition to private guided tours for individuals and groups, in collaboration with, we also have a program of organized tours on set days that you can participate in. We offer unusual and exciting itineraries to get to know everything about Verona, accompanied by a tour guide, at affordable prices for individual participants, couples, families, etc.

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The mosaics under the vineyard

On 26 May 2020 was announced the discovery of a perfectly preserved Roman mosaic under a vineyard just outside Negrar, one of the five municipalities that make up the historic Valpolicella.

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How old is it?

Tour guides who show the beauties of Italian cities to non-European tourists are often asked the question "what era is it from?" in front of churches and buildings. Most of the time the answer is "it depends".