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Guided Morning Walking Tour of Venice (T1)

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.

 

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Full Fare
€25,00
Free Child (0-5y)
€0,00

Product Details

 

INCLUDED: Professional guide

NOT INCLUDED: Admittance to enter the monuments. 

DURATION: approx. 1.5 hours 

 
GUIDED TOUR TIME:    9:00 AM   
 
AVAILABLE IN THE FOLLOWING LANGUAGES:
  • High Season: April 1 to October 31 2017
    • English, French, German, Spanish (daily)

 

  • Winter Season:  Nov. 1 to March 31
    • English (daily)
    • French (Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday)
    • German (Monday, Friday)
    • Spanish (Wednesday, Saturday, Sunday)
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MEETING POINT:  “YEX” Exchange Office next to the Clock Tower in St. Mark’s Square
 
 

Tour Description

Discover Venice’s most characteristic places and relive through them the history of this wonderful city on a walking tour!
Would you like to discover the true spirit of Venice in a single tour? An experienced and qualified tour guide will accompany you through the thousand-year history of the Most Serene Republic, using anecdotes, stories and descriptions to evoke the past of this city which is packed full of charm and is unique to the world. 
The tour takes place entirely outdoors. 
 
 

HIGHLIGHTS

  • St. Mark’s Square, description and history of the main monuments: St. Mark’s Basilica, The Doge’s Palace, the Campanile, the Clock Tower, the Procuratie.
  • S. Maria Formosa, with its lively "Campo", one of the most popular squares in Venice.
  • The Church and Campo of SS. Giovanni e Paolo (A.K.A. the "Pantheon” of Venice) and the great charitable Scuola.
  • Marco Polo’s house and Teatro Malibran - where ancient and recent history meet in this wonderful corner of Venice.
  • Back to St. Mark’s through the famous "Mercerie", once the commercial lifeline between Rialto and St. Mark’s and today Venice’s main shopping district.