Verona Bike Tour (small group)

1 Day

On this relaxing Verona bike tour, discover this charming city on two wheels. Stop by Verona’s principal attractions, including an ancient Roman bridge across the Adige River, two Roman theaters, the historic city walls, and even Juliet’s House, which was immortalized in Shakespeare’s tragic drama “Romeo and Juliet”. Hear stories about the city’s history, art, and architecture as you ride around Verona’s UNESCO-listed old center. The trip is limited to 12 people, resulting in a more intimate experience.

Verona Bike Tour (small group)


  • Verona bike tour with an informative guide
  • Pedal to Verona’s well-known and lesser-known monuments, courtyards, museums, and cathedrals with ease.
  • The Castelvecchio, the Verona Arena, and the Ponte Pietra are just a few of the major Verona attractions.
  • At Juliet’s House, relive the story of Shakespeare’s “Romeo and Juliet”.
  • Admire UNESCO-listed buildings and take in panoramic city vistas.
  • A 12-person small-group tour guarantees a more customized experience.

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Verona Small-Group Bike Tour

Meet your group in the city center of Verona, then hop on your bike and follow your guide into the city. Pass through piazzas and old monuments at a leisurely pace to explore some of Verona’s most popular sites as well as some that many people ignore.

Discover what makes Verona’s architecture so unique that the entire old center has been designated as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Before stopping at Juliet’s House to hear how Shakespeare’s ‘Romeo and Juliet’ turned this house and balcony into one of Verona’s most-visited sights, see the renowned Roman arena, as well as a second old Roman theater, the Roman Ponte Pietra bridge, and the Arsenale complex.

Continue riding to Piazza Bra before returning to the starting location, where your tour will come to a close. Get a complimentary map of Verona when you return your bike to your guide so you may continue exploring the city on your own.

Here we end our Verona Bike Tour.

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