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Verona & Valpolicella Valley Trip with Amarone Wine Tasting

by Venice Events Srl
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Highlights

  • Day trip to explore the enchanting Veneto region

  • Wine tasting & vineyard visit in the Valpolicella Valley

  • Opportunity to sample the famous Amarone red wine

  • Free time to explore the storied city of Verona

  • Small-group tour with a maximum of eight people

Highlights

  • Day trip to explore the enchanting Veneto region

  • Wine tasting & vineyard visit in the Valpolicella Valley

  • Opportunity to sample the famous Amarone red wine

  • Free time to explore the storied city of Verona

  • Small-group tour with a maximum of eight people

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Verona & Valpolicella Valley Trip with Amarone Wine Tasting

Activity Location

Vineyard visit in the Valpolicella Valley and free time in Verona city

Verona

Verona

Meeting/Redemption Point
  • Left hand side of Piazzale Roma, in front of the hotel Olimpia in the car park area

    460 Rio Terà Sant'Andrea

    Venezia 30135


Description

The charming sights of Verona and the beautiful areas of Amarone and Valpolicella invite you to spend a day discovering the scenic Veneto region. Taste some of the exquisite wines grown in the nearby fields and admire buildings that date back to the Roman Empire to see the region's lasting appeal.

Pass through olive groves and classical villas on a scenic trip through the Valpolicella Valley, not far away from Lake Garda. Once you arrive for a guided visit to the historic cantina, learn about the famous Amarone wine from your sommelier, enjoy tasting some of the wines and get a chance to purchase a few bottles to take with you, such as Amarone and Recioto della Valpolicella.

Next, make your way to the wonderful city of Verona. Arrive at Piazza Bra, near the world-famous 1st-century outdoor arena. The third-largest Roman arena in Italy, it has more than 22,000 seats and is still used for outdoor operas and concerts. With about 3 hours of free time in the city, you can visit Juliet’s House, which evokes the memory of Shakespeare’s famous play, as well as Piazza delle Erbe and some of the exclusive shops around the city.

When your time in Verona ends, sit back and enjoy the views on the trip back to Venice.


Inclusions

  • Guided tour of a vineyard in the Valpolicella Valley

  • Self-guided tour of Verona

  • Wine tasting

  • Highly qualified English speaking driver

  • Transfer from Venice and return


Exclusions

  • Hotel pick-up and drop-off

  • Lunch

  • Guided tour in Verona


Know Before You Book

  • No children reduction because they occupy an own seat in the minivan

  • This activity is not wheelchair accessible.

  • Infant seats are available on request, please specify at time of booking

  • We can not be held responsible for road closures, traffic delays and transport strikes


Verona & Valpolicella Valley Trip with Amarone Wine Tasting ratings based on 6 verified reviews

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4.3 out of 5

5/5 25 Sep 2019

Ce fut une visite en petit groupe de 8 personnes, ce qui était très agréable! La visite au vignoble était très bien faite, nous avons eu beaucoup d'informations intéressantes et les produits étaient excellents! Merci à la somelière qui nous a bien guidé!

4/5 11 Apr 2018

Nous étions seulement 2 pour notre excursion et nous avons été très agréablement surpris que celle-ci ait lieu! Comme nous étions 2, le guide nous a fait faire le tour en voiture et nous avons pu échanger avec lui très facilement. Il nous a amené pour un petit tour rapide dans un vieux village médiéval avant la visite du vignoble. Nous avons adoré notre visite au vignoble de Valpolicella et la dégustation. Notre guide sur place nous expliquait les différentes phases du produit avec une courte visite des lieux. Vérone est le point faible de cette excursion à notre avis. C'est une belle petite ville, mais certains monuments sont des attrapes-touristes. Le balcon et la tombe de Juliette en particulier.