Valpolicella Guide & Tours

IIn Italy and in the world, thanks to the success of Amarone and Ripasso, Valpolicella is synonymous with wine. However, Valpolicella is also rich in archaeological sites, Romanesque churches, sumptuous villas, and simple yet tasty cuisine served in welcoming restaurants. A short distance from Verona and Lake Garda, it is an ideal tourist destination.

Together with a tour guide of Valpolicella you can fully enjoy this extraordinary territory.

Oncoming Tours

August 3rd - 9:30pm
Verona by Night

Discover the city away from the heat and crowds.

📍 Bra square
€30 per person

August 7th - 10:00am
Underground Tour

Discover the archaeological finds underneath Verona.

📍 Bra square
€30 per person

August 9th - 15:00pm
Romeo & Juliet's Tour

The unbelievable truth behind the famous love story.

📍 Erbe square
€30 per person

Info & Guided Tours:

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

Some ideas for a tour

Valpolicella Territory

Valpolicella is not only wine, but an ancient territory, rich in archaeological finds, sumptuous villas, suggestive churches, villages, panoramas and a simple and tasty cuisine.

The Wine

In a visit of Valpolicella cannot miss a stop in a winery, maybe one of the historical ones, in order to know the wine that made this land famous all over the world.

San Giorgio

Prehistoric and Roman ruins, the Longobard parish church, the panorama that stretches as far as Lake Garda, the stone houses, make the village of San Giorgio an unmissable destination in Valpolicella.

Villa della Torre

Built in 1500 in the heart of Valpolicella, Villa della Torre, with its mysteries and secrets, is a unique masterpiece of Renaissance architecture.

Villa Mosconi Bertani

Spectacular 18th century Venetian villa with frescoed halls, side buildings, romantic garden and an immense wine cellar. The visit can be combined with a wine tasting.

San Floriano

The elegant Romanesque facade and the characteristic bell tower of the parish church of San Floriano are important landmarks in the landscape of Valpolicella.



Valpolicella is a destination suitable for everyone: individual tourists, couples, small and large organized groups, lovers of food and wine, art, architecture, history, nature.
A typical itinerary in Valpolicella can include a visit with guided wine tasting in a winery, a villa, a parish church or a natural park such as the Molina waterfalls or the Veja natural bridge.

Valpolicella Cuisine

There are many characteristic restaurants which offer typical dishes such as tagliatelle with Lessinia truffle or with chicken livers in broth, braised beef with Amarone, pasta and beans Veneto style. There are also restaurants with more refined recipes and in many wineries it is possible to organize snacks or dinners in the cellar to match with the wines on tasting.


In recent years the hotel offer in Valpolicella has developed a lot and there are options to suit all tastes and budgets. They range from luxury hotels and relais with spa and all comforts, to agritourisms and B&Bs located in old, finely restored farmhouses.
Some wineries also offer the possibility of overnight stay.


Valpolicella is perfect for incentive activities. Many wineries have large rooms equipped with amplification system and projectors. Corporate meetings can be followed by cooking classes, guided tasting sessions, excursions, horseback riding, mountain biking, etc..

The Guides of Valpolicella

Our Valpolicella tour guides are experts of the territory and of local wines (some of them are certified as sommeliers) and are able to select the sites and wineries to include in the itinerary according to your requests, needs and taste, whether you are simple wine lover or a real expert.

Info & Bookings:

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