Rafting in Verona

The Adige river (approximately 400 km) is the second longest river in Italy . The stretch with the most history and landscape and architectural impact is undoubtedly the one that runs through the historic center of Verona.

In the city, the river flows under a dozen bridges, among which the Ponte Scaligero (14th century) and the Ponte Pietra (1st century) are doubtlessly the most fascinating spots, with views of bell towers, domes, the St. Peter's Castle and pictoresque waterfronts.

Combining the walking tour in the historic center with a raft boat ride, offers an exclusive insight and an unfogettable memory of the city of Verona.

Rafting Verona Adige Ponte Pietra
Rafting Verona Adige Ponte Pietra

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Rafting Verona Adige Ponte Scaligero
Rafting Verona Adige Ponte Scaligero

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Rafting Adige Verona
Rafting Adige Verona

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Rafting Verona Adige Ponte Pietra
Rafting Verona Adige Ponte Pietra

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