Private walking tour of Venice

Sestiere di S. Marco 312, 30124 Venice VE, Italy, Venice, Italy
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English, Italian, French, Spanish, German
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What To Expect

Spend two hours discovering the best of Venice on a private walking tour. You'll get to see the best Byzantine and Gothic monuments of the Venetian Empire and listen to the history of the Doge's Palace, St. Mark's Basilica, Rialto Bridge, and much more.You'll start your experience in the exceptional St. Mark's Square, where you'll listen to the story of the Republic of Venice and how it became dominant in the past, and explore the history of the city.You'll stroll through the elegant area surrounding the Rialto Bridge which has always been a busy crossing point in commercial life, crawling with local and foreign merchants. The Rialto is still today the pulsing center of shops and commercial life in Venice, as well as home to the local food and fish markets of the city.Prepare to take some amazing pictures of the central district with gorgeous squares and monuments, decaying mansions and elegant churches, ateliers, and bridges.

What to remember

Important info

  • Please note that this tour does not include entrance to the main sites, and will take place outside. Only external comments of the various sites will be provided
  • The tour will take place even when it's raining. In the event of exceptionally high tide in Venice or heavy rain, the tour may be canceled and you will be given a full refund
What's included
Private walking tour
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Know Before You Go

Discover the streets, monuments and bridges that make Venice one of the most beautiful and unique cities in the world. Learn all there is to know about the decorations, history, and reconstructions of the lively Rialto Bridge. Explore St. Mark's Square and discover all the city's the Byzantine sights, as well as some of the little squares of Venice

Cancellation Policy
can-cancel You can cancel your tour until a day in advance
Meeting Point

Meet your guide between the two big columns Colonne di San Marco e San Todaro.