Enjoy an alternative sightseeing experience of Verona on a 2-hour Segway tour of the glittering city. With a professional guide, cruise to popular attractions like the Basilica of St Anastasia and Porta Palio while listening to illuminating commentary. Travel at a leisurely pace to visit ancient landmarks like the Arena di Verona, a colossal Roman amphitheatre, and the Castelvecchio. Receive personalized attention from your guide on this small-group tour, limited to eight people. ----- https://veronasegwaytours.com/ ----- Highlights 3-hour Segway tour of Verona Glide past top Verona sites including Castelvecchio, the Basilica of St Anastasia and Porta Palio with your expert guide See the magnificent Arena di Verona, the third-largest Roman amphitheater in Italy Suitable for all fitness levels Small-group tour limited to 8 people ensures a more personalized experience What You Can Expect Verona Segway Tour Greet your guide at a central Verona location and experience a 30-minute orientation session that is sure to leave you feeling comfortable and confident on yourself-balancing Segway. When you’re ready, cruise over the magnificent Castelvecchio Bridge to Castelvecchio, an ancient castle that has become one of the city’s architectural symbols. Capture photographs of the monument while receive an interesting introduction to the landmark and its museum, the Castelvecchio Civic Museum. Glide past the Roman Arena to see the incredible venue of summer concerts and operas, and then weave your way through Verona’s historical center, a charming enclave thronged with medieval and Renaissance buildings. Travel onwards to the Roman amphitheater, Arena di Verona, and marvel at the ancient majesty of a structure that boasts the title of Italy’s third-largest amphitheater. Soar to Piazza Erbe to soak up the lively atmosphere of the central square and then admire the 17th-century Porta Bombarderia, a structure that reigns supreme over the Piazza di Signori. Conclude with a stop at the gorgeously Gothic Basilica of St Anastasia and return to your original departure point, where the tour concludes.