Author Archives: Elisa Zambelli

Verona Bike & Rafting Discovering Verona From the perspective of the water

Verona and its river Mills, stilt houses, water tolls, floods, stone and boat bridges, dams and canals, islands and buried rivers. Verona grew up also thanks to its position on the River Adige, many events of its history are strictly … Read More

Truffle hunting – Italy Gourmet Tour On the Appennini mountains Looking for truffles

Traveling through Italy looking for flavors and recipes that belong to it, the experience of truffle hunting could not be left out: a walk in the Appennini mountains together with the experts: the dog and his master.

By Bike around Lake Como

Winter crystal sky above Lecco Winter is probably the best period of the year for visiting Lake Como by bike: no cars on the roads, shining sky, deep blue water and great landscapes! This little bike adventure starts off in … Read More

All colors of Luberon: Ochre memories

In the green Mediterranean woods of Provence, suddenly a Martian landscape It has been the rain together with the elements of iron, manganese, titanium, which worked for thousands of years the sands of the Parc of the massif of Luberon … Read More

From Dolcè to Verona A family on the bike

From Dolcè to Verona on the bike path: a short itinerary for families Nino’s just turned three when, with grandpa, jumped on a tiny kids bike without training wheels and rode. At the very beginning grandpa would run after the … Read More

Bike path Peschiera – Mantova In winter by Mincio river

Garda Lake, Mincio river, a glass of wine The River Mincio bike path is a classic for any bike lover, perfect for an easy Sunday excursion. On the first sunny winter day, we decided to grab our bikes, then we … Read More

Villa Arvedi and Valpantena Valley By bike, only some km away from the city center

Set of Letters to Juliet, the elegant Villa Arvedi has a great location on the valley Valpantena is one of the valleys on which Verona streches. Its name comes from Pantheo, Roman temple in Santa Maria in Stelle, a village in … Read More

The Randonée is getting closer… How to get ready for it

Giorgio Murari, aka Musseu, answers to 8 questions about Grand Randonée VRV 1. How many kilometers do you pedal per year? This is a curiosity I cannot hold longer 🙂 Hi Elisa, I bike about 40.000 km per year. 2. … Read More

Pedaling in winter Bike, Snow and Mountain

In the silence, by your self, toward the top, where the fog does not arrive Who says that winter time is too cold for cycling? A pair of gloves, thermal trousers and a good jacket are what you need in … Read More

By the Euganean Hills

Padova > Monselice (1/2) Along rivers and channels, to the Euganean Hills

50 km in the countryside In Italy we say: Christmas with your folks, Easter with whom you want. And on Easter Day, my girlfriend and me decided to go cycling! We decided to cycle around the hills of Padua and … Read More