Venice to Verona Biking

Scheduled trips are expertly curated itineraries with pre-selected dates that anyone can join, capped at 16 people for an intimate experience.

Valpolicella, Spritz and Risotto with Easy Biking

The best things in life are enjoyed slowly, this is especially true for an experience in Veneto. Encompassing the area south of the Dolomites, East of Lake Garda, you'll discover Veneto is much more than just a canaled city of Venice! Veneto is the breadbasket of Italy, and its gastronomic adventures are unrivaled. The prosecco is local, the pasta is rolled fresh and the vegetables arrive straight from the fields—a true Kilometre Zero approach to the centuries-long history of Venetian cuisine. On this generally easy biking trip, we enjoy the history of the region, from the Roman roads to the palaces of wealthy Venetian families that inspired Thomas Jefferson when building Montalcino to Hemmingways WW1 battlefront in a Farwell to arms.

Trip Type: Scheduled Departure | Activity Level: 1

Experience designed by B&R travel expert Nathan Lane

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$6,495 USD

Single supplement: $1,000.00
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6 Days / 5 Nights

Venice to Verona

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Meet your bikes in Lido before your ferry ride to the primitive island of Pellestrina. Inhabited by a strong fishing community, it's no surprise that the seafood here is sublime. This evening a welcome cocktail and fabulous dinner await.

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The routes on our Venice to Verona trip are for the most part flat. That said, there is a hill or two along the way some days, and daily routes are easily expanded (by 30-50 km) for those looking for more of a challenge, or easily shortened by hopping into our ever-present support van or the numerous organized local transfers. Our routes follow quiet country roads and some dedicated bike paths, although short sections of slightly heavier traffic may be encountered leaving towns.