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Bike Station Valpolicella: E-bike tour & Amarone Tasting
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Bike Station Valpolicella: E-bike tour & Amarone Tasting

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This E-bike tour is put forward by Tenuta Santa Maria Valverde, a Winery Boutique in Marano di Valpolicella.<br>We are not intermediaries or tour operator: we directly arrange the tour and wine tasting.<br><br>The winemaker Nicola, born and raised in the Valpolicella, will make you see magnificent treasures in Valpolicella. He knows a lot of things about the land and he'll tell you many secret tales on the Valpolicella. <br><br>He knows how to beat the traffic car taking shortcuts through the vineyard!<br><br>Afterward, visit the family Winery in Marano di Valpolicella and have a special wine tasting of a selection of our fine red wines Valpolicella, Ripasso and the great Amarone, learning the evaluation by sight, smell and taste. <br><br>The wines are paired with local food as cheeses, salami and a light lunch from the traditional Veronaesis cuisine.<br><br>Ask Nicola which attractions among those listed you prefer to see and he will show you.<br><br>Don't miss this e-bike tour with Amarone wine tasting with the winemaker!
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Rachel55_11 wrote a review Aug 2019
Sheffield, United Kingdom120 contributions94 helpful votes
We walked all around the lake in about two hours. It is a beautiful place with calm, clear water and an abundance of wildlife. Our route took us in an anti-clockwise direction and was very easy at first. There were boards at certain intervals with suggestions for different exercise, both mental and physical, to help stave off dementia! The second part of the walk was slightly harder and not on the flat, but can still be completed in trainers. It can get busy around the southern edge, especially at weekends where many, mainly Italian families drive to spend a day at the water's edge.
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Date of experience: August 2019
1 Helpful vote
Dee_Cerning wrote a review Sep 2018
Bristol, United Kingdom52 contributions12 helpful votes
There are lakes and mountains with plenty of options for walking and cycling. We thought it might be cooler here and have less mosquitoes than Lake Garda but sadly the mosquitoes have made it here too. As we were staying in a local hotel, we got a pass for free travel on buses and trains in the region and a card for free guided trips organised by the local tourist office. This really helped to cut down our spending. The guided trip to the Sculpture Forest was my favourite. Levico itself, was flower filled and there was music in the church square at least once a week. There were shops where you could buy food for a cheap, simple picnic lunch and coffee prices were good (I euro 50). There is lots of World War 1 history nearby and we found plenty to do.
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Date of experience: July 2018
2 Helpful votes
Rentaghost78 wrote a review Aug 2018
Kent, United Kingdom31 contributions19 helpful votes
This lake is an unspoilt beauty! I had a fantastic swim in the fresh clear waters. There was a lifeguard on duty when I was there. The swimming area is roped off so the pedal boats and swimmers can enjoy the lake in their separate areas. It is family friendly with a park and playground for young children next to the lake. Do be aware of the steep hill up to the town but there are lots of benches on the climb back up to help you on your way!
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Date of experience: August 2018
3 Helpful votes
jandlUk wrote a review Jun 2018
Chesterfield, United Kingdom1,421 contributions541 helpful votes
We were in Levico Terme for 4 nights as part of a Lakes tour. Over the weekend there was a junior soccer tournament taking place and the place was vibrant. On the lakeside on the Sunday there was a fair with food, drinks and entertainment. On the Lake itself there is a Lido, with changing facilities, kids slide, diving platforms etc. Although Levico is one of the smaller Lakes, there is plenty to do here and people were swimming, picnicking and generally having a great time.
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Date of experience: June 2018
mac2214jv wrote a review Oct 2017
Bernau am Chiemsee, Germany276 contributions34 helpful votes
We had a stopover on the way thru the alps to the sea. It was nice for a couple hours but really not spectacular.
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Date of experience: September 2017
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