Your experienceMeet the guide outside the Verona Arena to join this guided tour, than skip the long line at the entrance. Enter the grand amphitheater Arena, built by the romans during the First century B.C. and walk under the old marble arcades and listen to stories of gladiators and the ancient roman games that use to take place here. Admire the preserved ‘Ala’ or wing, which is the only piece remaining of the outer third circle. Hear facts and anecdotes from your professional guide that will teach you the long and extraordinary history of the great theater, which survived an earthquake in the 12th century. The Arena is still the city’s favorite Opera Hall, for its unique sound quality and history. Finish the tour by taking a photo with the spectacular view of the amphitheater in Piazza Bra, to commemorate on the unforgettable experience.
- Use of earphones to ensure social distancing
- Very small groups with high attention to safety
- Professional Tour Guide
- Fast track entrance
- Discover the ancient colusseum of Verona
- Learn about the stories of the emperors and gladiators
AvailabilityAll year around
TimingTuesday to Sunday at 12.30 PM
GroupFrom 2 to 10 people
Meeting pointArena Gate n. 5 (above the stairs) - look for the guide with the yellow umbrella with "Arena Skip the line tour" written on it
InclusionsLicensed Guide, Arena museum ticket
ExclusionsHotel pick up and drop-off
Cancellation policyFull refund for cancellations at least 24 hours in advance for group tours, read more
Rain policyThis tour runs rain or shine
- Minors must be accompanied by at least one adult
- This tour is guaranteed with a minimum number of 2 participants
- If the group is equal to or greater than 5 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
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 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.
For a party of 2
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