La tua esperienzaAt the beginning, the route will be mainly flat but then you will begin to ride uphill to reach a beautiful village that is the perfect location to have a short break. When you hop again aboard your E-bike, you will soon find yourself surrounded by greenery and breath-taking landscapes. Your ride will continue up the Morainic Hills located in the Southern area of Lake Garda, but do not worry: your E-Bike will take you uphill smoothly and the stunning view of Lake Garda will definitely be worth the climb! Feel the sun on your face and the wind in your hair, follow your guide along quiet inland roads, but do not forget to take a moment to really enjoy the wonderful view of Lake Garda from above. Later, you will ride downhill to reach the lakeside and have lunch in Bardolino. After lunch, you will get to Lazise following the bike path by the water to have some free time and visit around.
- Ride an E-Bike on the Lake Garda bike path
- Local expert guide
- Lunch with local products
- Breathtaking views
- Private tour
Availabilityfrom March to October on request
Meeting pointVerona, to be defined together
Inclusionslocal guide, E-bike, helmet, light lunch
Rain policythis tour runs rain or shine. In case of light rain, we will provide rain ponchos.
- Minors 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 in advance, read more
Hi, I am Isabella and I live in Verona, but I lived in many Italian cities. My mum is from Venice and my dad from Verona, so I feel 100% Venetian. I studied to be a teacher and a journalist, but then my passion for travel has prevailed. I love travelling and I have always traveled a lot, near or far. I love seeing places, meeting people, trying new experiences. Japan thrilled me, I would like to go to Kamchatka. Here I specialized becoming a tour leader and a tour guide to tell people about the beauty of my homeland. To this I combine my other two passions: food and wine. What to say? Italian DOC!
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!