During this Virtual Tour, you will have the chance to see Verona, a small town in the north of Italy, in a new way that you would have never imagined before. You will fly above the city centre, up to the hills, and you will enter the Arena, come close to the ancient findings. The guide that will lead you is local and expert and will be able to make you feel as if you were here with her!
You may think that your travel days are over, that you have to wait a long long time before going abroad again, to discover the best places in the world. Well, this is not entirely right! You can indeed join us in an unprecedented new experience!
During this activity, you can meet new people, you will learn about many different legends and stories of the ancient and the contemporary Verona. You will also have the chance to test what you already know, in a funny and non-competitive way. You can ask the guide all the questions you have about the history and the culture of the city! It will be a virtual experience that you will not forget and, even staying home, you will be able to travel and to dream and soon, one day, you can come to Verona and see it in person! You need only a device like a computer or a tablet and Internet access! Come and enjoy!
- Live Entertaining Guide
- Amazing views
- Discover hidden places
- Learn everything about the city
How It Works
||1. Setup instructions sent via email
||2. Log into Zoom
||3. Meet the guide and rest of the group
Tuesday at 11.00 AM, Friday at 9.30 AM, Sunday at 10.00 PM (UTC+2); use this link to convert in your local time: https://time.is/it/UTC
online on Zoom
(we will send you details after booking)
Full refund for cancellations at least 24 hours in advance for group classes, read more
This activity runs with a minimum of 2 participants
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.