Get the best out of Verona with a guided bike ride. Join a 3-hour overview of Verona with an impressive panoramic perspective on the Adige river. Cycling with us you will experience a well-balanced mix of unmissable touristic attractions and local hidden gems, spiced up by fascinating stories.
- Leisurely way to get a breathtaking panoramic view of Verona and the Adige river.
- Informative and fun overview of the city in few hours.
- Relaxed yet active way to visit the city.
- Close-knit feeling thanks to the small group size.
- Opportunity to take amazing pictures of Verona.
- A lot of tips for further city explorations on your own.
- Passionate, knowledgeable and cheerful tour guides.
Bicycle, helmet and third-party liability insurance.
Admission to any attractions, museums, buildings, churches. Food and drinks.
Comfy clothes and shoes. Hat and sunglasses. Water bottle.
|Participants||Bike tour takes place for 2 to 14 participants.|
Please arrive 15 minutes before the tour is scheduled to start. Please consider that the guide will wait only up to 5 minutes after the set departure time before leaving to begin the tour.
Minimum number of participants (2)
Please note that the minimum number of participants for each tour to proceed is 2. If the minimum number of participants (2) is not reached, we will inform you, via email and/or via text on your mobile, within the day before by 8pm. If we have other available dates, we will propose you other options. In case you won't be able to join us on other dates or we won't have other availabilities, we will make a prompt refund.
We have a 24-hour cancellation policy. Let us promptly know if your plan changes, this could help us to meet your needs. Please send us an email to email@example.com. Cancellation or change of reservation can be done only by email. Please note that the payment will not be refunded for any reason (i.e. weather, delay, illness) within 24 hours from the scheduled tour.
The weather doesn't stop Bike The City! In case of light rain, we provide you with a lot of good reasons to go! If it rains heavily our guide will take you on a walking tour.
Via Regaste San Zeno 1 37123 Verona
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You start your bike tour jumping on the saddle of your bike near Castelvecchio Museum to head to Piazza Bra where you cannot escape a close encounter with the colossal pink-tinged marble Amphitheatre, the Roman Arena.
This is the city’s legendary open-air Opera House, where you, together with aficionados from all around the world, can live a night of world-class music lit by tens of thousands of candles.
Pedal till Porta Borsari, the ancient Roman gate that dates to the 1st century AD, and you reach the Market Square, Piazza delle Erbe, once the town’s forum, during the time of the Roman Empire, and now a wonderful open-air market surrounded by historical buildings with frescoes and sculptures.
Blend yourself in the knot of lanes and honour with a visit to the Verona temple of love, Casa di Giulietta, at Via Cappello no. 23.
Find a place in the small crowded courtyard, where you will find a bronze statue of Juliet, and imagine being hidden in the darkness and suddenly hear her at the balcony talking in the moonlight.
Back on your bike but still surrounded by pink floating hearts, you head to the central Medieval Piazza dei Signori e Arche Scaligere, where you admire beautiful buildings and join the vivacious atmosphere of the square before cycling towards the Adige River.
From Brà Molinari you have an amazing view of the city’s river and hills and, after stopping in front of the Duomo and crossing the ancient Roman arch bridge Ponte Pietra, prepare your legs: you leave your bikes for a little while to climb up to Castel San Pietro by a panoramic staircase. Trust us you will be highly rewarded for your little effort by the spectacular ruins of the Roman theatre and by a breathtaking view of Verona.
Hop on your bicycle again and cross back over the river on the Scaliger bridge, a fortified bridge built in XIV century and unfortunately destroyed, along with the Ponte Pietra, by the retreating German troops on April 24, 1945, now faithfully rebuilt with original materials.
You end your bike tour be with the magnificent Romanesque Basilica di San Zeno Maggiore where a beautiful Mantegna’s masterpiece is shielded.
Verona will win your heart at every corner.