ITINERARIES

  • Verona city tours
    Verona guided tours
    All the itineraries to discover the city and its outskirts with one of our Verona guided walking tours.
  • Verona wine tours
    Verona wine tours
    Together with experienced sommelier guides discover Verona wine producing areas: Valpolicella, Soave, Lugana.
  • Lake Garda Tours
    Lake Garda Tours
    Lake Garda is Italy biggest lake, full of history, beautiful villages, old castle and breathtaking panoramas. Discover it with our guided tours.
  • Olive oil
    olive oil tasting tour
    A new guided tour to discover one of the greatest products of Verona province: the extra virgin olive oil.

Verona Tour Guide

Inquiries on Verona guided tours:

☎: +39 333 2199 645

info@veronissima.com

 

arena verona

Arena: the Roman amphitheater (1st C. a.D.)

V erona is the town of Romeo and Juliet... everybody knows that. Nevertheless here you will find much more: history, music, theatres, famous wines, excellent food and more. A passionate and knowlegeable tour guide of Verona will help you to make the most of your time in the city, whether it is a couple of hours, a couple of days or a week.

The territory surrounding Verona is also reach of art, history, great food and wines. With our guided tours you will be able to discover the beauty of lake Garda, the wineries of Valpolicella and the middle age castles of Soave and Valeggio.

A sightseeing tour of Verona and its territory will be an unforgettable experience.

 

For any question or information please contact:

 

☎: +39 333 2199 645

info@veronissima.com

 

OUR BLOG

How old is it?

August 2017

roman gate inside a building in verona

This building in the city center of Verona incorporates a Roman gate from the I century b.C. On the ground floor there is an ice cream shop above which there are apartmentes.

 

During visits to the historic city center of Verona, as we walk along old streets and alleys, I'm often asked questions, especially by non-European travelers, regarding the age of the buildings that we encounter during the walking tour. The answer, which may apply to many Italian historical centers, is: "it depends".

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