My pride and joy, Annika, at 9 months
Anueltix - Oct 14, 2018 01:11 PM EDT
Tour in Verona on Segway
Aaaucegudge - Jul 29, 2017 07:07 PM EDT
Segway Verona offers tours that make sure you will enjoy a fun and immerse experience of our beloved city. We combine Segway, our innovative way of transportation, with tours in the historical city centre. Through our explorations of 1 or 2 hours, we will bring you to the most breathtaking spots, so that, if you do not stay long in Verona, we make sure that you see all of the unmissable sights!
Segway is really easy to use! It is so intuitive that it feels like an extension of the human body. To understand why, consider this: if you stand up and lean forward, so that you are out of balance, you will intuitively put your leg forward. Segway works the same way: to move forward or backward, the rider just leans slightly in such direction, and Segway will follow your movements. It is also easy to turn right or left, since the rider just has to push respectively Segway’s handlebar.
Segway is safe. Anyone over the age of 12 can join our tours, except for pregnant women. Apart from these cathegories, we encorage people of every age to try Segway, because this self-balancing object can really make your experience in Verona much more delightful! In fact, if it is hot, you will enjoy some fresh air and avoid to sweat; if it is cold, you will have the possibility of staying outside the least possible time. It is proved that our 2 hours tours show you what you will see in 6 hours walking!
All the tours start with a little training on how to use Segway, because for us safety is the priority. However, we experienced that it takes just a little practice to master on Segway! There are no required skills and, in particular, no need to be able to bicycle. There will always be a tour leader with you, guiding the whole group, so that you can enjoy the view and the tour of Verona. Audioguides (available in different languages) will provide the information you need to fully comprehend the history and architecture of our main monuments, squares and buildings.
In particular, our 2 hours tour will show you: Piazza Bra, one of the biggest squares in Italy, with the Arena, the famous Roman amphitheatre; we will then take Via Oberdan in order to see Portoni Borsari, one of the ancient entrance of the Roman city; we will firstly explore Piazza Erbe and secondly Piazza Dei Signori, two squares full of symbols and buildings with enchanting beauty, and then see Arche Scaligere. Heading to the Duomo, Verona’s Cathedral, we will pass by Santa Anastasia, next to the Conservatory of music; after that, we will have a break on Ponte Pietra, the bridge with the breathtaking view of the Roman Theatre and San Pietro Castle (and much more). On our way back, we will stop at Juliet’s house, so that you don’t forget to take pictures and write your names on the walls! We will conclude our tour with Castelvecchio, the Scaligeri castle and enjoy its amazing view of Verona.
People who went on tours with us really appreciate our flexibility: we do not have fixed tour’s hours, so we can arrange the time that fits the best. Moreover, we try to adjust the path according to your preferences, spending less time on spots you have already seen and dedicate more on your favourite sights. Read what people say about us on tripadvisor...
So, if you want to make the most out of your time in Verona, contact us or stop by our office!
OFFICE HOURS: Monday to Saturday (only closed on Sunday) from 10 am to 5 pm.
DIRECTIONS: We are located in Piazza Cittadella 11b, very close to Piazza Bra, the main square with the Arena.
From Piazza Bra you can arrive at our office on foot (3 minutes): pass under the arch of the gateway with the big clock (Portoni della Bra) and walk through Corso Porta Nuova for approximately 100
Guest - Oct 09, 2006 07:56 PM EDT
Thank you, May. I hear you - I see mine about twice a year - she's 3 now - I posted new photos of her while we were up north recently.
Guest - Oct 09, 2006 07:37 PM EDT
Oh, she's beautiful! Congratulations, Grandma. I have two, too. But they live so far away. I only see them briefly a few times a year. Not long enough to develop a relationship.
Guest - Feb 24, 2006 08:45 AM EDT
She is growing far too quickly, Alandra - now her brother is about this size, but I won't see them again before September!
Guest - Feb 20, 2006 03:52 PM EDT
back for another look at another day brightener. What a sweet face.
Guest - Jan 19, 2006 01:53 AM EDT
Lovely smile and expression,well captured,hope alls well with her brother.
Guest - Mar 22, 2005 07:19 AM EDT
Thank you Maya - her brother is due around her second birthday in June. We're all excited.
Guest - Mar 22, 2005 03:46 AM EDT
A very charming photo.
Guest - Mar 21, 2005 11:42 PM EDT
She's incredible - just starting to talk now and giggles all the time
Guest - Feb 20, 2005 03:58 PM EDT
Annika is a beautiful little girl, I also love the name.
Guest - Feb 20, 2005 07:54 AM EDT
what a darling she is! no wonder you are proud of her, she's lovely.
Looks like such a happy soul too.
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