Useful Info: How to go from the ship to Piazza S. Marco
Venice obviously is all developed on water and so to go anywhere you need to catch a boat. You can either hire a water taxi, which you will find right next to your ships pier, or you can use the great city water public transportation.
To reach the hearth of the city, you can take the Alilaguna
BLU line water bus (see here for stops and timetable
) from the cruise ship terminal (in Italian “terminal crociere
”) to "San Marco" stop just in front of the very famous square.
This walking tour features all the most significant monuments that stand in testimony to the glorious past of Venice. Learn how this island city became a cross-roads of civilizations and the Queen of the Seas.
The Doges Palace "Palazzo Ducale" is a magnificent combination of Byzantine, Gothic and Renaissance architecture, the centre of the Venetian Empire and the seat of the Venetian Government.
Cruise down the Grand Canal in style in a luxury motor launch and enjoy an up close view of the most beautiful architectural gems of Venice.
Glide along the Venetian canals on a gondola and admire Venice from your unique vantage point. Venice was made to be seen from the water and on the water the gentle, flowing movements of the gondola will make this a mesmerizing experience.
You will enjoy the magic of this enchanting gondola tour and glide through centuries of history, allowing yourself to be captivated by the glamour and elegance of Venice. There will be a minimum of 4 pax to a maximum of 6 pax per gondola.
Visit Murano, Burano and Torcello and see artistic glass works with a spectacular glass blowing demonstration,lace-making and the vividly colored houses of Burano and see Venice’s earliest settlement and first Cathedral with its Byzantine treasures.
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