Your experienceIf Italy is the birthplace of good food, Verona is definitely one of the most iconic places for good drinks and especially fine wines. If you are looking for an authentic place to eat and drink like a local and you are trying to avoid tourist traps, Verona is the right city for you. Here you can find Osterias, traditional places only locals know that offer local delicacies and the finest wines, such as Valpolicella, Soave and Amarone. In the Osterias you can meet the Veronese people, drink a glass of local wine and make new friends. Your local guide will lead you to discover these hidden gems that will turn your trip into an unforgettable experience. You just have to come and try, you will not be dissapointed!
- Private tour only for your group for more safety
- Discover the most popular Osteria for locals
- Taste local products and wines
- Discover traditions of the locals
Availabilityall year around on request
Private touron request with a minimum of 2 people
Excludedwine and food
Meeting pointVerona, to be defined
In case of rainThis tour runs rain or shine
- Underage must be accompanied by an adult
- This tour is guaranteed with a minimum number of 2 participants
- If the group is equal to or greater than 6 participants, we will provide free disposable earphones to ensure the distances between guide and participants
- In case of delay, contact the emergency number +39-327-4674179
Cancellation policyFull refund for cancellations at least 7 days before the activity, read more
I’m Priscilla, a proud veronese that was brought up in lovely New Zealand. I am a mix of passion for: art history (my university degree), music (my part-time occupation) and sports (I played golf competitively when a teenager and I’m keen on skiing and love to bike). Music has a major role in my life: songwriting gives me wings and I have the luck to be able to produce music from time to time. On a regular basis, I sing in the Schola Cantorum (the choir) of the Cathedral of Verona, one of the oldest in the world still operating. I am very excited that my profession gives me the chance to unveil the many gems that Verona has. Meeting people through my profession is something that I cherish and I always look forward to be inspired by their own stories.
I’m a “very veronese” girl, born and raised in the old town of Verona. After studying foreign languages at the University of Bologna, I spent years living abroad, mostly in Spain and in Hong Kong, but I finally decided to be back home and started falling in love with the history of the city and getting surprised by its beauty. That’s why I became a tour leader and a tour guide: I love showing Verona and discovering it every day through my guests’ eyes. So, join me for a walk or a ride around my beautiful town!