EAT Verona - Street Food Tour

by Free Walking Tour Italia

Everybody knows about Verona wines! Vinitaly fair, Valpolicella, Bardolino, don't they sound familiar to you? Wine tradition here is as old as the city itself, which, they say, was already famous throughout the Roman empire for its canteens. 

If you got here, you should know it well. If not, you will learn. Welcome to the craddle of good wine and food.

By joining our EAT Verona - Street Food Tour you will have the opportunity to taste delicious local products while walking through an amazing part of the town, situated apart from the usual tourist attractions.

The tour includes: coffee & pastry, and aperitivo with local products and wine

  • Group: min. 2 to 10 people
  • When: every day on request (we do suggest lunch or dinner time)
  • Meeting Point: Piazza Isolo
  • Lenght: 2.00 h
  • Language: english and italian
  • Itinerary: Piazza Isolo, Castel San Pietro, Chiesa San Giovanni in Valle, Ponte Pietra, via Sottoriva 


Questions & Answers

Hi, my name is Jonny and I love italian food. I'm up to do your tour but I do not get how many food tastings or stops are planned.

Hi Jonny, glad you wrote us. Yes, the tour includes few food stops. We start with  coffee and pastry in a local caffee, and, after a walk around this unknown part of the city - you will like it, you could relax in a traditional restaurant choosing between an aperitivo with cold cuts, cheeses and wines, or a proper lunch/dinner.

Hi, we are a pair of two. Will it likely be more people at the tour? How should we book? 

Hi, the tour starts with a minimum of 2 people. If we received more bookings for the same day, there might be more people joining. Please proceed to the booking above - booking item. Insert day, time, language and number of people.

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Customer Reviews

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Truly amazing!

Our walking tour in Verona was fabulous. Elisa was incredibly knowledgeable about the areas we visited. Since VinItalia was in going on the other side of the river in Verona, we stayed on the east side. Alisa was really patient and thought of areas where there weren't a lot of tourists (yeah!!), and lots of interesting history about Verona, and walked us up to the top of the hills for an overview of Verona. The food part of the tour was also very good. Went to a local bakery and had traditional Verona type pastries and coffee, and then later had wine and Crispinas at a beautiful and wonderful restaurant. We are so spoiled having had the experience of being able to have an individual tour guide.