Get the perfect introduction to Verona while experiencing this lovely city like a local on a delicious Verona Food and Wine Tour! We’ll begin our tastings in the same way that most Italians begin their day: with an espresso! Pair the robust coffee with a delicious pastry, before we begin our tour and head out by food to taste the best food in the city!
Make the most of your time in Verona by eating your way through the city. Taste your way around Cesarina’s most reputable artisanal food stores. Visit a few tiny local businesses and sample some of the city’s specialty foods while learning about the history of the area. A great way to learn about Verona’s cuisine and culture!
- 3.5-hour food tour of Verona, led by a local expert
- Discover the charm of the city and learn about Verona’s culinary scene from your expert guide
- Visit a tortellini workshop to see how the pasta is made
- Taste typical Italian food and drink including espresso, cheeses, olive oil, and locally produced wines
- Numbers are limited to 12 people, ensuring a small-group experience
Along the way listen as our tour leader illustrates stories and curiosities of Verona’s most important squares where Veronese used to buy and take their food or aperitif. Make our way to a local delicatessen where taste some fresh salami and Parma ham, but also the famous Parmigiano cheese with balsamic vinegar.
Afterward, we’ll stop in a small and charming take-away pizzeria to taste one of the most delicious pizzas in the city, made as per tradition with a sourdough starter. Next, we’ll wash it all down with a good glass of local wine in a local Osteria, where you can choose from Prosecco, Valpolicella, or the famous Amarone.
Next, we’ll visit a local workshop where fresh tortellini is made by hand. Learn about the process of making pasta, from mixing and rolling the dough to stuffing it., sample some of the freshly made pasta. From here, we’ll move on to a typical Osteria to take a Spritz as locals do.
At the end of this small-group Verona food walking tour, we’ll feel like real locals!
Tips: Places visited during your tour are subject to change.
Vegetarian, vegan, glucose-free, and lactose-intolerant dietary restrictions are catered to. Please note this in the special requirements field at booking.
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Last Updated on August 10, 2022 by Tours Editor @ gotravelyourself.com