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Autumn 2023

Available dates:

November, 3-5

November, 10-12

November, 17-19

November, 24-25

Autumn escape to Italy

Weekend in Verona
for Wine lovers


per person in DBL

Price includes:

  • 2 nights accommodation in 4* hotel in city center, in double room with breakfast
  • Verona food&wine group tour with lunch and english speaking guide. It is not a private tour

Price does not include:

  • City tax
  • Meals, drinks, entrance fees and activities not listed under “PRICE INCLUDES”
  • Personal expenses and tips
  • Programme changes due to force majeure events
  • Anything that is not listed under “PRICE INCLUDES”

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Valpolicella wine region is a global producer of top red wines: ValpolicellaValpolicella Superiore, Ripasso, Amarone, and Recioto.

Located in Veneto region, in Northeastern Italy, Verona is a primary tourist destination with lots of things to do. Veneto counts more than 87.000 thousand hectares of cultivated vineyards; Verona alone counts 28.000 hectares (69,189.00 acres) and is one the biggest wine regions in Italy.

Valpolicella wine region is a global producer of top red wines: Valpolicella, Valpolicella Superiore, Ripasso, Amarone, and Recioto.

A visit to Verona will immerse you in its antique roman history as well as medieval and Renaissance periods. Verona’s rich artistic heritage includes the Arena, the world’s oldest Roman amphiteater and Romeo & Juliet’s landmarks such as Juliet’s balcony.

A perfect mix of history, culinary traditions and excellent wines. Every season is right to visit!

Verona food&wine Tour

This unique experience will show you how the locals live while learning about the city’s history and traditions.
The tour includes old eateries, historic Veronese wine bars, an ancient stable turned into a restaurant and an authentic pastificio, where “tortelli” are still shaped by hand.

Your Verona native food and wine expert will lead you through the city’s monuments and narrow historic streets, tasting typical Veronese dishes: classic cheeses, cold cuts, fresh bigoli pasta or other traditional main courses such as Amarone risotto, gnocchi, tortelli and other delights (according to the season).

You will enjoy these dishes paired with DOC wines from Soave, Lake Garda and Valpolicella.

Along the way you will stop for a proper wine tasting and wine lesson to learn about food and wine traditions coming from Roman times. You will taste 3 different DOC wines, and the “king of Italian wines”, AMARONE. All wines will be paired with local traditional food from The Dolomites and Lake Garda.

You will also be provided with a skip the line ticket for the cable railway to reach at your own pace Verona’s most romantic view.