• Tour code: 8995P7
  • Location: Verona, Italy
  • Duration: 2 hours (approx.)

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Explore the city of Romeo and Juliet, ancient Roman ruins and northern Italian charm on a 2-hour bike tour of Verona. Peddle through the historic streets with a local guide,  covering much more ground than walking to see highlights like Juliet’s Balcony, the old Roman amphitheater, Piazza Delle Erbe and Saint Pietro hill. Tour size is limited to 10 for a more personalized, small-group experience.


  • 2-hour afternoon cycling tour of Verona
  • Get swept up in Shakespearean romance at Juliet's Balcony
  • Explore the old city center and surrounding highlights with a local guide
  • See medieval treasures and ancient Roman ruins
  • Hear local legends and discover more than 2,000 years of Veronese history
  • Cover much more ground than walking while avoiding fatigue
  • Small-group tour for a more personalized experience

What You Can Expect

Verona Afternoon City Bike Tour

Juliet's balcony

Verona’s bike-friendly streets and accessible layout make it an ideal spot to explore on two wheels. Meet your local guide and and group of no more than 10 people in a central location in the late afternoon, and hop aboard a high-quality bike. Begin with a visit to one of Verona's most popular sights, Juliet’s House and Balcony. Though any claim to the fictional Shakespearean heroine is dubious, you can still lose yourself in the romance of one of the world’s great love stories.

Pass through the old city walls to explore the ancient Roman forum, Piazza Delle Erbe and the iconic Madonna Verona fountain. Stop often to take photos and soak up the atmosphere, and learn about the city’s multilayered history and local legends from your guide while passing by other points of interest like Signori Square and the Gothic funeral complex.

Venture along Sottoriva Road, stopping at the foot of Saint Pietro hill, and cross the Adige River to admire a medieval castle and Saint Zeno Church, named after the city’s patron saint. Finally, make your way to expansive Piazza Bra — one of the largest squares in Europe — to take in scenes off daily life and views of a 1st century Roman amphitheater standing sentinel above.

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