Verona, Italy – The private tour operator is planning a major change to its private tours for the 2018 season.
Verona, the birthplace of Italian soccer legend Gianluigi Buffon, is planning to change its private tour programs to be more accessible for those who want to visit the city for the first time.
The company announced that its new private tours will be offered for the 2019 season.
It will change the format of its trips, which currently involve a tour of the city in a car.
This year, the company will be offering private tours in a new format: They will be in a private car, which will be on public roads.
The car will have the doors closed and the windows rolled up.
“Our goal is to have people who have never been in Verona be able to experience Verona on a public road, which we feel is very special,” said Antonio Marini, CEO of Verona Private Tours.
“We will be open to new people coming to Verona to explore Verona.”
There is currently a lot of interest in visiting Verona as the city is a destination for tourists.
There is an average of 10,000 visitors a day to Verónas beaches and historic sites, and around 1,000 to 2,000 tourists each day to the historic Palazzo delle Fondo.
The city’s economy is thriving.
It generates around 2.4 million euros ($2.6 million) in annual revenue, and the tourism industry contributes around 8% to the citys gross domestic product.
Veronas tourism has grown by around 35% in the past five years.