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Verona Food Walking Tour

Price USD$85.61


Verona Food Walking Tour
Experience the divine food and drink of fair Verona on a 3.5-hour small-group food tour. Explore the city of love and uncover its gastronomic delights. Drink an espresso and eat a pastry at a local cafe, see tortellini being made by hand during a pasta workshop, then sip on wine from local vineyards. Finish with a light lunch in a delicatessen, where you’ll nibble on cured meat, cheese and pasta. With numbers limited to 12, you can enjoy a personalized and intimate experience.

Meet your local guide at Castelvecchio, Verona\'s medieval-castle-turned-museum, then start walking towards the historical center of Verona. Begin your tastings in the same way that most Italians begin their day: with an espresso! Pair the robust coffee with a delicious pastry, before continuing with the walk.

As you continue to your next food stop, listen to your tour leader relate interesting information about the attractions you pass en route.
Make your way to 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. Afterward, sample some of the freshly made pasta.

Continue to a local wine shop. As you browse the shelves, learn about the production of wine in and around Verona from your tour leader. With five main productions areas outside the city, the region is an important wine-producing area. Taste one of the local varieties, such as a Valpolicella, Prosecco or Lugana.
From there, move on to a nearby delicatessen, where you’ll be treated to a typical Italian spread. Snack on prosciutto, Parmesan, salami and other meat and cheese, followed by a main pasta dish.
Satisfied and sated by Verona’s food offerings, your tour ends in the delicatessen, which is located near Ponte della Vittoria bridge.

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Experience the divine food and drink of fair Verona on a 3.5-hour small-group food tour. Explore the city of love and uncover its gastronomic delights. Drink an espresso and eat a pastry at a local cafe, see tortellini being made by hand during a pasta workshop, then sip on wine from local vineyards. Finish with a light lunch in a delicatessen, where you’ll nibble on cured meat, cheese and pasta. With numbers limited to 12, you can enjoy a personalized and intimate experience.