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Doge’s Palace (Palazzo Ducale) is one of the top places to see in Venice, and one of the world’s most visited palaces. The confluence of large crowds demonstrates it faithfully every day. It’s really no surprise considering its historical and political role during the Republic of Venice period. Our Doge’s palace tour provides a fast track entrance to the splendor and intrigue hiding within the ornamental walls of the palazzo.
Moreover, the Doge’s Palace skip-the-line tickets that come with the tour also include entry to the Museo Correr, Museo Archeologico Nazionale, and Monumental Rooms of the Biblioteca Nazionale Marciana which you can explore at your own pace. All you need to do is show up. Our expert guide will lead you through the many rooms of Doge’s Palace ensuring you learn and see it all.
Venice welcomes over 60,000 tourists on a daily basis. It’s natural since the city has a lot to offer. However, if you don’t plan your trip right, it can quickly turn into a series of long waits, and disappointment. Doge’s Palace, a masterpiece of Gothic architecture, is one of the top Venice attractions. Its popularity makes it hard to get in at times… and queuing problems are especially annoying if you only have one day in Venice!
Purchasing Doge’s palace tour with us will save hours of your treasured vacation time by avoiding the long waiting times. Plus, you will explore all of the most significant works and art collections with the expert knowledge of our local guide. Leave the heavy guidebooks at home and just enjoy the ride!
Doge’s Palace tour is one of the best tours in Venice. Understanding the history, you will feel like taking a little piece of floating Venice home. So, be sure not to miss a thing! Explore room after room of Doge’s Palace, home to an overwhelming display of Venetian wealth, power, and prestige. Don’t be afraid to bombard our guide with questions! They are happy to share all the hidden secrets and fascinating stories.
Located just off the side of St. Mark’s Basilica, Doge’s Palace used to be the center of social and political happenings of the Republic of Venice. Any true Venetian gondolier can attest to its remarkable impact on the history and skyline of the city.
This noteworthy example of Gothic architecture was once the seat of government of the Most Serene Republic of Venice. Doges were elected by members of the Venetian aristocracy, serving as chief magistrates of the Republic of Venice for over 1,000 years beginning from the 7th century.
Today you can visit Doge’s Palace and its Great Council Chamber, Courts, Armory, and Prisons with easy last minute booking. Besides the institutional rooms (Procuratie), Doge’s Palace also contains impressive Doge’s Apartments which were rebuilt during Renaissance. These lavish rooms include magnificent furnishings including gilded wooden ceilings, exquisitely-carved marble fireplaces, and paintings by Italian painters such as Antonello da Messina and Lorenzo Lotto. Of all the things to do in Venice, Doge’s Palace is sure to leave you with a lasting impression.
Our tours are designed to make the most of your time in the city, so don’t hesitate and book your Doge’s Palace Tour today.
If you have a few more days in Venice, you might also enjoy our St. Mark’s Basilica Tour or take a romantic ride on a Gondola!
Wonderful tour and guide
The Doge Palace was an amazing experience and our guide was great. Worth the money!
Francesca was a knowledgeable and excellent guide. We truly enjoyed our tour. The Skip the line access was a huge advantage, the lines outside were incredibly long!
This tour was great and our guide very informative!! Recommended
Wonderful! The palace was beautiful and our guide excellent. Excellent English and very knowledgeable! He made sure my elderly parents didn't feel rushed.
Very nice tour. Skip the line access is a life saver, would not wanna queue out there.
Great tour, fully recommended.
Fun, knowledgable guide, his attitude made all the difference, really brought the history to life.