|||Tour of the historic center of Venice in the afternoon
Tour of the historic center of Venice in the afternoon2018-11-20T12:53:18+00:00

Project Description


Tour of the historic center of Venice in the afternoon

Prezzo riservato Clienti Venice Dream House

Enjoy an outdoor visit walking among the most important places in Venice. Enter the two city symbols: the Doge’s Palace and the Basilica. Then experience a gondola tour through hidden canals

The Tour

Go on a shared walking tour and discover the most important places in the historical heart of Venice. A qualified guide will take you among the calli allowing you to explore the center of the city.
Come back to St. Mark’s Square and visit the Doge’s Palace, the ancient seat of the Serenissima Republic and impressive palace of Gothic architecture.
Then enter the majestic Basilica, a real masterpiece of Byzantine art, and admire the beautiful golden mosaics and the marble inlay floor.
End your afternoon with a beautiful and charming shared gondola ride (up to 6 people for gondola), let the gondolier take you among the canals and be fascinated by the hidden corners of Venice from the water.


  • Validity: from November 1st 2018 to March 31st 2019

  • Availability: Monday to Saturday in English and Spanish

  • Departure: 2.00 pm

  • Duration: 3 hours
  • Languages: english and spanish
  • Price: € 118,50 per person (free under 6 years)

Please Note

  • Dress code: no bare knees or shoulders
  • No refund will be accepted for no shows or late arrivals
  • The tour will take place also with rain, in the event of exceptional high tide it might be cancelled and refund will be provided

Warning: not accessible for wheelchairs


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Meeting point

Clock Tower, Sain Mark’s Square – Venice.
(Lat. 45.434686 – Long. 12.338979)
Present yourself at the meeting point at least 15 minutes before the start of the tour.


  • Sain Mark’s district
  • Doge’s Palace
  • St. Mark’s Basilica
  • Grand Canal and hidden canals