Walking Tour around Venice

Duration
2 hours
Languages
English, Italian

Step back in time and visit the magical city of Venice on this fun walking tour! Enjoy your trip to Venice and discover hidden Venetian corners only locals know about!

Highlights:

  • Doge's Palace

  • Museo dell'Opera

  • The Bridge of Sighs

  • The New Prisons

Includes:

  • A licensed guide

Please note: this experience is held daily. A minimum of two people is required for this tour. For a group of three or more, inquire about the price.

This walking tour of Venice can be a great way to explore and learn about its history and culture. Venice is a beautiful and unique city with a rich history, and a walking tour can be a great experience. Get a local perspective! Our guide will provide insight and knowledge about the city you may need help finding in a guidebook or online. Explore the city at your own pace, and take off-the-beaten-path locations that only a few tourists know about.

The Doge's Palace, Museo dell'Opera, the Bridge of Sighs, and the New Prisons are all popular tourist attractions in Venice, Italy, and many visitors to the city include them on their itineraries. The Doge's Palace is a beautiful building with a rich history. It was where the Doge of Venice, the top judge, and leader of the Venetian Republic, lived. The palace is known for its ornate architecture and beautiful frescoes and paintings, and it houses several important art collections.

The Doge's Palace is home to a museum called the Museo dell'Opera. This museum is all about the art and history of Venice. It has some of the Venetian artists' most important paintings, sculptures, and other works. The Bridge of Sighs is a famous bridge in Venice that connects the Doge's Palace to the New Prisons. It is named for the signs of prisoners who were led across the bridge to their cells, as they knew they would not see the outside world again. The bridge is a popular tourist attraction known for its distinctive architecture.

The New Prisons are a former prison complex in Venice that was used to hold prisoners from the 16th to the 19th centuries (now open to the public as museums and popular tourist attractions).

Overall, these attractions are worth seeing if you're interested in the history and culture of Venice. They provide a glimpse into the city's rich history and an opportunity to visit some of its most iconic landmarks and historical sites!

Allan
With GetExperience since 2022
Meeting point
Veneto, Italy
Important to know
Free cancellation
Plans are subject to change, and sometimes unexpectedly. So you can cancel your event free of charge 24 hours before the start.
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$39.15 / person