From the Middle Ages the true story of the legendary "Pastissada"
Verona – Veneto
Where it takes place
Antica Bottiglieria Baraldi,
Piazza Corrubbio 30
from 3 to 6 hours
History, art, local legends, local enogastronomy, treasure hunts and photography
According to the needs of cost and duration for adults, families, individuals and groups up to 20 people
The Story to live together
Francesca, an expert blogger of medieval cuisine, has discovered that the “Pastissada de Caval”, a typical dish of Verona, based on horse meat, finds its origins even in the ancient battle between King Odoacer and King Theodoric of 489 AD. The news is so striking that she decides to convene in Verona all the friends who share her same passion, to recreate and publish in real time on the blog photos, videos and details of the historical facts that can be recovered from the artistic finds hidden in the city and from the legends that are still handed down among cooks and sommeliers from Verona.
Francesca is waiting for you at the Antica Bottiglieria Baraldi and don’t forget to bring your smartphone!
Francesca, Experiential Tourism Operator
Hi, I’m Francesca, a tour guide and an expert on the history of my city. Together we will have fun searching for the traces of a glorious historical past, a treasure hunt to discover the wonders of a Gothic Verona.
You will discover the recipe and taste the “Pastissada de Caval” paired with the king of wines: the Amarone.
What we can do together
- Meeting with Francesca and departure for the hunt for clues through the historic center
- Wine tasting “Amarone” guided by a sommelier in a historic wine shop
- Continue with the hunt for clues in the streets of Verona
- Demonstration of the realization of the “Pastissada de Caval” by a chef
- Celebration with lunch or tasting with “Pastissada de Caval” and local enogastronomic specialties
Minors must be accompanied by an adult.
Please inform us of any food intolerance or allergy in advance.