Bando Regione Veneto

FAQ Tour

Where does the tour start?

The Killing Cangrande tour starts in the courtyard of Castelvecchio.
The Legend of Romeo and Juliet tour starts on the steps of Palazzo della Gran Guardia in Piazza Bra.

What will you do in case of bad weather?

Our tours will start even in case of bad weather. Moreover the various locations of the tours are covered.

How can we pay?

You can pay with paypal or a bank transfer (you will receive specific instructions when you book).

Could we book a single tour just for us?

Sure!. Contact us if you want more information.

How the tour will take place?

Killing Cangrande:
In this event you will follow the guide, starting from Castelvecchio and ending at the Scaliger Tombs. During the tour the guide will tell you the history of Cangrande della Scala, Verona and other famous characters, like Dante Alighieri, who lived in this city seven hundred of years ago.
Discerning the truths from the lies and solving games and puzzles will help you cast a light upon this dark history of the medieval Verona.
Will you be able to discover the mystery of the murder of Cangrande?

The Legend of Romeo and Juliet
In this tour you will follow the guide, starting from Piazza Bra and ending in Castelvecchio. During the tour you will follow the trail left by Antonio Avena, a key figure in the history of Verona. With his help and facing many games and puzzles situated in the city you will discover the origin of the Legend of Romeo and Juliet, and maybe a different ending to the tragedy we all know.

Do we need particolar historical knowledge on the subject?

Absolutely no. We make sure to slowly introduce you the history and the events that we narrates.

Are your tours available in other cities?

Our tours are available in Milan (“Leonardo’s  Lost Page”), Vicenza (“The Shadow of Palladio”), Sirmione (“The Treasure of the Knight-Templar”) and Verona (“Killing Cangrande” and “The Legend of Romeo and Juliet”).

Are pet allowed?


Are children allowed?

Absolutely! The tour, originally created for a more mature audience, is loved by children. The tour is free for children of 11 or below, to a maximum of one every two paying adults.