Numbers are limited to eight on this small-group tour, ensuring personalized attention from a driver-guide.
- Day trip to the Valpolicella region from Venice
- Learn about the region’s history and winemaking heritage from a local driver-guide
- Visit the Church of San Giorgio to see its 8th-century stone altar
- Explore a Valpolicella winery and sample a selection of the local amarone red wine
- Enjoy three hours of free time in Verona and visit Juliet’s House, if you wish
- Small-group tour with a maximum of eight people ensures personalized attention
What You Can Expect
Stop in the town of San Giorgio for a look inside its 13th-century church with its magnificent altar. Predating the church by nearly five centuries, the stone-canopied altar is the Church of San Giorgio’s crowning glory, beautifully preserved and complete with its original carvings. Head outside to take in views over the lakeside town of Sirmione set against Lake Garda, and then continue your journey through the region.
Pass along country roads fringed by olive groves and vineyards, and then stop at a local winery for a tour. Explore the vineyard and learn about the prestigious amarone wine that’s produced in the region. Translating as ‘the great bitter,’ amarone is a rich and dry red wine that’s made from partially dried Valpolicella grapes. Sample a selection of the estate’s wine, and perhaps purchase a bottle to take home, if you wish.
Continue from the rural countryside to the town of Verona, the historical home of the world’s best-known love story: Romeo and Juliet. Enjoy roughly three hours of free time to explore the city independently. Ask your driver-guide for a cafe recommendation for lunch (own expense), shop ‘til you drop at Piazza delle Erbe or pay a visit to Juliet’s House to see the balcony that inspired Shakespeare.
Meet your driver-guide at the prearranged time, and then relax on your journey back to Venice. Your day trip finishes with a drop-off at the start point.
Well arranged. Very good guide and transportation. Excellent visit to vineyard with good wine tasting.
There were 3 stops on this tour and they were all delightful. Our first stop was at a small, walled town and we were lucky enough to be there on market day. The winery tour was beautiful and very interesting, and the wines we tasted were excellent. Verona had some different things to see too. It was a nice get away from the bigger cities.
The tour was amazing... Our guide was friendly, professional and knowledgeable.
Great day out, Wine tasting was very interesting indeed and informative and delicious. Sadly a massive hold up on the motorway caused by a major accident meant we only had one hour in Verona. Our driver did his very best, so full marks to him. I can recommend this trip.
Tour guide was nice but said NOTHING to us in minivan as we drove 1.5 hours to church and vineyard.
He could of told us the towns we were driving through and the mountain range in the distance.
Also vineyard was lovely but 3 hours in Verona was WAY TO LONG....one and half hours would of been long enough. We hit traffic at rush hour back to Venice on a Friday afternoon. Not to Smart.
The Wine Tasting Tour at Serego Alighieri Vinery was amazing, Martha is the best guide ever, she speaks english, french, italian, german, she is also extremely friendly and provided as enough information about the place and the wine-making process. There were no information given neither during the road from Venice to Valpolichella and from Valpolichella to Verona no in Verone, however adding it is what we think can be an improvement for the tour.
our guide didn't really speak to us much about Verona's background and history...
We spent way to long at the winery and not enough time to see Verona. We barely saw anything there. He handed us a map and told us where to find everything, but we got lost, because we didn't understand the map...Only were able to see Juliet's house, but not much else... He should have taken us to where everything was, rather than hand out a map...