See all the top sights of Verona on this full day tour from Venice! Visit Juliet’s Balcony, Romeo's house, skip the lines at Verona's 1st-century Roman amphitheater, the Duomo and much more.
Spend a day seeing the top sites of Verona, one of Italy’s most accessible and underrated small cities. With round-trip transport included you will travel to and from Venice in just one day! See the Verona Arena, Church of Saint Anastasia all with a local, expert English-speaking guide!
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Check in and Meet Your Guide at Ponte Della Costituzione
Departure to Verona
Your day starts early in Venice, from where you’ll be spirited away to Verona in an air-conditioned mini bus, straight to a photo stop at Colle di San Pietro. Enjoy the panoramic views of Verona from above and see why it was the perfect setting for the world’s greatest romance, Romeo and Juliet.
Verona Walking Tour
The tour begins at the foot of a castle overlooking the town. From here your local Veronese guide will make sure you get see the best that Verona has to offer. See the medieval buildings, historic churches and also learn about Shakespeare's famous lovebirds, Romeo and Juliet.
The home of Shakespeare’s Juliet
Gaze up at the balcony where Romeo wooed Juliet! Walk into the historic centre to uncover the colourful backdrop for Shakespeare’s beloved classic. See Piazza Bra, Piazza delle Erbe, Palazzo Maffei, Palazzo Barbieri and the Mazzanti Houses!
Lunch is not included, so you can choose where you want to eat or ask your guide for recommendations. Local specialities include risotto, polenta and even donkey meat!
Casa di Romeo
See 2 very famous arches, the ancient Roman gates of Porta Borsari and the Arco della Costa. Visit the Scaligeri family tombs - incredible examples of gothic architecture that hold the remains of one of Verona’s most important families.
Gaze up at Lamberti tower, and cross over the iconic Castelvecchio bridge, all this before being brought back to the Verona train station for your train ride back to Venice.
Arrive back in Venice
Price & Options
This tour operates with a maximum 15 people
You can book a maximum of 12.
Frequently Asked Questions
What languages are your tours conducted in?
English. This tour does not operate in multi-language, which means you’ll never have to wait for translations.
How will I recognize my tour guide?
Either your tour guide or a tour coordinator will be waiting at the tour meeting point 15 minutes before your tour start time. They will be holding up a sign with the Walks of Italy logo on it.
What If I’m running late to my tour?
We ask all guests to arrive at the tour meeting point at least 15 minutes before the scheduled start time of their tour. If you have difficulty finding the meeting point or are delayed along the way, please call the emergency phone number, (Italy) +39-069-480-4888 not the regular customer service number.
How far in advance should I book my tour?
It’s hard to say. We recommend booking as soon as you can as these services often sell out in advance and have limited-availability. If you know what tour you want to book though, we would always say to book as soon as you can.
The tour description says tour is 'all-inclusive'. What does that mean?
It means the tour price listed on our website includes all ticket, reservation and entrance fees. There won’t be any nasty surprises on the day of your tour, so you could leave your wallet at home (unless you felt like tipping your tour guide).
Do you accept last-minute bookings?
When we have space! Check the website for availability first. If you can’t find what you’re looking for there is a chance that it's sold out or it may just be off-sale because it's within a day or two of tour running time.
Should I tip my tour guide?
It’s really up to you. If you enjoyed your tour and feel like you received exemplary service from your guide, it is customary to leave a tip at the end of the tour. It’s not obligatory though and we won’t hold it against you if you don't – nor will your guide.
Can I take your tours if I have walking difficulties or require a wheelchair?
Unfortunately we are unable to accommodate wheelchairs on most of our group tours for a variety reasons. That said, in most cases we can serve wheelchair users on our private tours, to allow the guide to adapt the route to their particular requirements. Please get in touch with us before you book, however, and be aware that guests are responsible for propelling their own chairs – guides will be unable to do this.
I am traveling with a small child – can I bring a stroller with me?
Not on all tours. Please get in touch with our us before bringing a stroller on your tour. Some sites will not allow you to bring a stroller inside and we may not have suitable storage options. If you let us know in advance we can help you to arrange a suitable solution.
What should I bring on my tour?
We recommend all customers bring photo ID with their date of birth listed plus the confirmation voucher. For all tours involving walking, we would recommend that you wear comfortable shoes. If you’re visiting in warm weather (May – Sep) we recommend that you bring sunscreen, a bottle of water (which you can refill along the way) and a hat. During the cooler months we would recommend that you bring a coat and possibly a rain jacket and/or umbrella.
It’s raining, is my tour still running?
Yes! The tours run rain or shine. On some very rare occasions, when the weather is particularly dramatic, some outdoor sites may be closed. On these occasions we will try to contact you in advance, where we have warning.
What’s the difference between a ‘group’ and a ‘private’ tour?
A group tour is one where you join a group of other travellers and a single guide – our groups are usually around 12 people, although they can be a little larger, particularly on day trips. Because our groups are so small, you’ll still find it easy to hear and interact with your guide and it's more effective than a private tour, which is when you pay to have your own personal tour guide (and/or transfer) just for you.
Would have been a great trip but got food poisoning from the food at the rest stop the bus going to Verona stopped at. I asked if ...the food was safe and was assured it was by bus driver from tour. Heck, he even helped me order. Needless to say, the afternoon was missable and I vomited through Verona. Since you take the train back, I wish my sister and I just took the train to Verona ourselves. Would have been cheaper considering most of the stuff we did was free or under 10 euros. The train ticket back also cost under 10 euros. Considering what you get, overpriced Tour. For the price I paid, lunch should be included. more
Any cancellations made within 3 business days of your activity (after 09:00:00 local time) will be subject to a charge of 100% of the total amount.