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Venice + Murano/Burano/Torcello island from Verona by Train

1. Venice + Murano/Burano/Torcello island from Verona by Train

Explore Venice and the islands of Murano, Burano, and Torcello on a day-long tour alongside an expert guide. Wander along charming alleyways, visit artisans and see authentic glassmaking in Murano. Enjoy free time for shopping and tasting local treats. Start from Verona train station with a fast and direct train to Venice. Arrive in Venice known in the world as one of the most beautiful and unique cities on the water. Once in Venice, your guide will be waiting for you at the ticket desk in front of the 2nd binary. The first stop on the tour is the island of Murano, famous all over the world for the production of glass. Visit a glass factory and watch a local artist shape an authentic glass work of art. After that, take advantage of some free time to explore the island and admire spectacular views. Continue to Burano, one of the most beautiful and peaceful islands in the lagoon. Burano is known above all for its colorful houses and for the long tradition of lace production. Here too, find some free time to stroll on the island and immerse yourself in its peaceful atmosphere, before continuing on for the visit of Torcello where the former Venetians settled. Then head to the heart of Venice, where you can spend the afternoon at your leisure. Ride a gondola, or visit Saint Mark's Basilica.

Venice: Day Trip to Verona by Train with Guided Walking Tour

2. Venice: Day Trip to Verona by Train with Guided Walking Tour

Dig deeper into Italy's culture and history with a trip from Venice to Verona. Travel by train with a guide and go on a walking tour of Verona’s main sights, such as Ponte Pietra over the Adige River, a Roman amphitheater, Lamberti Tower, and more. Depart from Venice by train accompanied by a guide. Upon arrival in Verona, follow your guide on a walking route to reflect on the artistic and architectural legacy of the Roman, Renaissance, and medieval times. Walking on the cobbled streets of Verona's UNESCO-listed historic center, observe what the daily life of its inhabitants looks like. Pass by top attractions including Piazza delle Erbe, Porta dei Borsari, Lamberti Tower, and the Verona Arena in Piazza Bra. End the walking tour by the Adige River, at the Ponte Pietra. Then, enjoy free time to explore Verona on your own. You can walk along the riverbank, take photos of its colorful streets, or enjoy an Italian aperitif (at your own expense). At the end of the tour, make a return journey back to Venice by train.

From Venice: Private Tour of Verona

3. From Venice: Private Tour of Verona

Take a speedy train out of Venice, bound straight for the heart of historic Verona. After 1 hour aboard the comfortable train, you’ll meet your private guide at Verona’s main station, ready to escort you through the city for a 3-hour tour. Amble through the winding cobblestone alleyways, surrounded on all sides by ornate, centuries-old buildings, listening all the while to your guide’s expert commentary on the city’s fascinating histories. Learn about Juliet’s Balcony, which sits upon a 14th-century gothic building said to have inspired Shakespeare’s famous monologue in Romeo and Juliet. Parade through the sprawling Piazza delle Erbe, Verona’s bustling main square. Learn about 2 millennia of Roman and Italian history as you gaze upon the Roman Bridge, dating back to 100 BCE, before stopping by the Basilica of San Zeno, which broke ground in the 10th century. After experiencing Verona, you’ll hop back on the train to Venice with included return tickets, enriched by thousands of years of Italian cultural history.

From Venice: Verona Walking Tour with Transportation

4. From Venice: Verona Walking Tour with Transportation

Make your own way to Venice railway station in the morning and board the high-speed train that will take you to Verona in just an hour and a half. Meet your guide at the train platform in Verona and begin your tour of the city. Wander through the picturesque and historical streets of Verona, the so-called "city of love". and discover the locations of Shakespeare's tragic play about two star-crossed lovers, Romeo and Juliet.  Visit Juliet's balcony where she looked out upon her lover Romeo, the lucky statue of Juliet, Romeo's House, Piazza dei Signori, Porta Borsari where the duel took place between Capuleti and Montecchi, and the famous Arena, where famous concerts are still held every year. End your tour in Piazza Bra. Then enjoy some free time to explore the city at your own pace before catching the train back to Venice. Do some shopping, taste the famous "Juliet's braid", a typical dessert from Verona, or sip a glass of Valpolicella, a wonderful red wine from the famous namesake hill of Verona. Reach Verona railway station in the early evening and catch your train back to Venice. Arrive in Venice railway station at approximately 7.00 pm. You will receive your train tickets the day before the tour date.

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What people are saying about Verona

Wonderful guide who walked me through this divine town. The romance of Verona was captured in the stories recounted by my guide and I was lulled into the magic which is omnipresent in this town. Surprisingly, while I went there for the obvious tales of Romeo and Juliet I learnt so much about the history of Verona and it’s substantial role in fortifying Italy. A wonderful day and a much recommended tour and guide

Nos gustó mucho la excursión, la guía era muy profesional. El tiempo libre nos permitió pasear por la ciudad a nuestro aire y nos comimos un helado junto al río en un sitio que nos recomendó la guía de Amigo. Disfrutamos mucho del día

Esta excursión es el complemento perfecto en nuestro viaje a Venecia. El guía nos explicó la historia de Verona y pudimos pasear y conocerla. El viaje en tren fue muy cómodo y disfrutamos de las vistas. Lo recomendamos!

It is a very good alternative to visit Verona during your stay in Venice. You will not have to worry about the transport and will see the highlights in one morning. Was a nice part of our holidays