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Excelente tour para comenzar a conocer Venecia! Tuve la suerte de ser el único que habia comprado en español y terminé teniendo un tour para mi solo!


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tour guide great

great experience! venice is beautiful and must take the tour to know more about the city.


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Incredible experience

We had a very good tour, i don't remember the name of our guide but he was very friendly and very informative. he was from Spain. definalty recommend taking this tour.


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Loved the walking tour

Excellent guide. The gondola ride was good.


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Definitely worth the penny! Had a wonderful guide, who knew so much and so many interesting details about the history of Venice.


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best of venice

Thank you jose, we had a great tour with you and love to walk around the city. i think this tour is perfect to know venice in a better way.


Florence to Venice Tours

It’s believed that not many cities around the world are as packed with stunning art and architectural masterpieces as Florence. Indeed, it’s hard to turn your eyes from this fabled city. Nonetheless, Italy has so much more to offer you and it’s all worth exploring. 260 km away from Florence sits one of the most romantic cities in the world, Venice. With 180 canals and 450 bridges, the city overflows with great art, amusing culture, magnificent museums, and historical landmarks. Set out on an adventure to the Veneto region in search of the Venetian lagoon!

Book a Florence to Venice day trip &

Discover one of the most magical cities in the world!

A guided Florence to Venice one day trip allows you the luxury of not having to stress over train schedules and transfers. Better yet, it structures your day so that you make the most of your time in the floating city. Once you reach Venice, your full-day itinerary should include a visit to Piazza San Marco with its opulent gilded Saint Mark's Basilica and Doge's Palace. Additionally, you can book a guided walking tour of Venice for a better insight into the mysterious history and life in Venice.

Browse the page for an organized one day trip to Venice from Florence, as well as activities and tickets to the most visited Venetian landmarks

Florence To Venice Day Trip: Highlights

#PicturePerfect #Trips To Venice

Florence To Venice Tour Tips

Venice Day Trips: Know Before You Go

Quick Facts



Known For

The World's Most Romantic City

Activity Type

Venice Day Trip

Yearly Visitors

25 Million +

High Season

June - August

Currency Required

European Euro

Time Zone

GMT +2:00

Florence To Venice Day Trip: Highlights

  • Travel from Florence to Venice while enjoying the comfort of an air-conditioned coach. Round-trip transportation is often included in the tour package.
  • Enjoy a demonstration of Venetian glass-blown art. Grasp the history of the ancient art form of glass blowing while witnessing a master artisan creating unique handmade pieces right in front of you.
  • Discover Venice’s top landmarks alongside an expert guide. Learn the history and legends behind St. Mark Square, the Bridge of Sighs, and Doge Palace, to name a few.
  • A day trip to Venice from Florence also allows you free time to visit the city on your own. Stroll around the narrow streets and admire the Byzantine and Gothic architecture throughout the city.
  • Some of the best day trips from Florence to Venice include optional activities such as a gondola tour. Discover Venice from the water on a gondola and marvel at the palaces’ reflections overlooking the canals.

#PicturePerfect #Trips To Venice

The beauty of this unique city and its charming corners make for gorgeous photographs. While on your Venice vacation, make sure to stop at the best Instagrammable spots listed below.

  • Walk over the Rialto Bridge and pose with the colorful buildings along the Grand Canal as your backdrop.
  • Snap a shot of the gondolas cruising through the canals.
  • Capture the Church of San Giorgio Maggiore from a Vaporetto water bus as the sun sets.

Got a winner? Choose the best snap from your Florence to Venice day trip tours. Post it on your IG, and tag #dotravelgram for a potential feature in our social media!

Florence To Venice Tour Tips

  • Venice is one of the most popular cities in Italy to visit, and thus, it’s advisable you book your Florence to Venice tour in advance.
  • If you’re looking for an authentic and personalized experience, reserve a private tour from Florence to Venice arranged by your personal interests.
  • Maximize your experience by visiting more Italian cities while exploring the region of Veneto.

Venice Day Trips: Know Before You Go

  • Venice’s streets are quite uneven and made of stone; therefore, it’s advisable you wear comfortable shoes to make walking around a bit easier.
  • When planning your visit to Venice, take note of its annual events. Some of the most popular ones are the Venice Carnival in February and La Biennale di Venezia from May to November.
  • No need to buy water. Almost every main square in Venice has a fountain where you can refill your water bottle.
  • If you’re wandering the city on your own and want to board public water buses, make sure to validate your Vaporetto ticket. Otherwise, you’ll have to pay a fine.


How far is Florence from Venice?

The distance from Florence to Venice is roughly 260 km; If you’re wondering ‘how to get from Florence to Venice’, there are three options available for you: bus, car, or train.

What is the best way to travel from Florence to Venice?

You can travel from Santa Maria Novella station in Florence by one of the high speed trains and reach Venice's Santa Lucia station in 2 hours. However, if you’re traveling on a regional Florence to Venice train or bus, a connection in Bologna is required. On the other hand, renting a car is not only an expensive choice, but you’ll also have to deal with mountainous terrain, curvy roads, and Italian traffic.

That being said, booking an organized day trip from Florence to Venice Italy makes for the most hassle-free experience. All you need to do is head to the meeting point and let your expert guide do the rest.

Can you make a day trip to Venice from Florence?

A day trip to Venice is absolutely do-able, especially since spending the night in the city is relatively costly. However, the best way to actually make the most of it is with an organized day tour. A Florence to Venice day trip ensures you cover all the must-see attractions!

How do you spend a day in Venice?

If you’re wondering what to do in Venice, and you want to cover it all in one day, don’t miss out on these top sights:

  • Head to Piazza San Marco, where you’ll also find St. Mark’s Basilica, Doge’s Palace, and San Marco Campanile.
  • Walk over the most famous bridges in Venice: the Bridge of Sighs, the Rialto Bridge, and the Academy Bridge.
  • Explore one of the best museums in the city: the Gallerie dell'Accademia or the Peggy Guggenheim Collection.

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