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Tour to Venice & Verona from Milan

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Adult Ages 12+
Child Ages 3-11
Infant Ages 0-2

Italy Tours Summer

Visit Venice & Verona from Milan on a Tour


Explore Venice: Its Canals, St. Mark’s Square, the Basilica, and the Bridge of Sighs

You leave Milan early in the morning and, crossing Lombardy, you arrive in the city of canals and masks. Venice is situated in a marshy lagoon on the Adriatic Sea, which makes it internationally famous for its navigable streets. We get to know the historical center, its carnivals, and its most famous moments. Then, we go to San Marcos Square and its Basilica, and we learn the sad history behind the beautiful Bridge of Sighs.

You have some free time to get to know the city on your own before leaving for Verona, the perfect time to take photos of all the monuments and beautiful streets!

Discover Verona: The Adige River, the Scaliger Bridge, and the Castelvecchio

Verona is internationally known for being the setting for the love story between Romeo and Juliet. This city in northeastern Italy has many other features that make it worth a visit. Enjoy a walk along the banks of the Adige and cross the Ponte Scaligero to contemplate the Castelvecchio, a medieval castle from the golden age of Verona.

Early in the afternoon, we set off back to Milan after a day full of culture, architecture, and incredible places to take with you in your photo gallery. You won’t forget this amazing tour, where you meet two cities in just one day! Don’t miss it!


Highlights in the Tour to Venice & Verona from Milan:

  • Meet the city of canals and carnivals
  • Admire the amazing San Marcos Square
  • Cross the amazing Ponte Scaligero
  • Enjoy the medieval Castelvecchio


  • Transportation from the meeting point
  • Train tickets
  • Bilingual tour leader (simultaneously in English and Spanish)

Not included:

  • Food and drinks
  • Hotel pick-up and drop-off
  • Guided tour in the cities

Important information

Kindly remember that the means of transport used will be the train.