What to do in Verona: live the city like a local, feel local and enjoy your holiday with a private food tour!

25 January 2018 - News

Open your eyes on the lively Piazza Brà, of eighteenth-century imprint, with its irregular design, in which the mixture of different styles and eras, give the space a disarming charm. On the left a semicircle extends a colorful and picturesque series of houses, distributed on the Liston, the elegant avenue of the promenade, while the south side of the square is closed by the pompous image of the Palazzo delle Gran Guardia. To the east, the neoclassical and monumental Palazzo Barbieri is the seat of the Town Hall. Proceeding towards the gardens, among the splashes of the fountain at the center of the green oasis, the ancient bulk of the Arena is revealed … Despite its grandeur, the ancient architecture does not dominate the square, but blends well with the lively heterogeneity whole. The amphitheater, completed in the first century AD, is a magnificent legacy of the flourishing Roman Verona, and today remains the most important monument of the city, as well as its symbol in the world. Reborn to new life in 1913 as a venue for prestigious opera performances, her summer performances almost always sell out.

And here we are..  a small “handcraft bottega”, with salami and hams hanging, as once …  time seems to stop .. a gastronomic stop is a must-do experience.. Taste some excellent local wine of Valpolicella, savouring delicatessen like grana padano, Parma ham, and in the meantime enjoy the view of the Arena.. this is priceless.

This is the way how the pleasant food tour begins with the Veronese traditions. a tour that combines the desire to know the beautiful city of Verona in its most hidden parts with the traditions of cuisine and the territory ..

a unique experience .. a fun walking tour with your local guide who will make you relive places once belonged to the ancient Roman…. exploring the peaks of the city through hidden stairways, funicular tours and much more ..

Romeoandjulietguide: your local guide! Live and feel like a local

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