Venice, also known as a floating city, is a place you simply cannot leave out when visiting Tuscany. Our Walking tour of Venice provides an in-depth introduction to Venice and its history.
Check-in closes 30 min before departure
Prices for Infants from 0-6 years old: free of charge
Travelers must be able to climb and descend stairs.
Travelers should wear comfortable shoes a lot of walking involved!
Student must carry ID to access the walking tour in Venice
Venice is one of the most popular cities in Italy. There is so much to see! If you only have a limited time, deciding which things to do in Venice can be hard. But not only that! Its unique architecture, culture, and history attract thousands of travelers every year. It can get pretty crowded, especially during peak periods. So, the second challenge is trying to gain a comfortable access to all the interesting places in Venice.
Booking best walking tour Venice with us solves both problems. It provides a perfect introduction to the city's history as well as the most important landmarks. Under the leadership of our expert guide, you will be able to the essence of Venice in only three hours.
In addition to the well-designed scoop of the city, we guarantee you skip the line Doges Palace tickets, one of Venices busiest attractions. You don't have to waste the precious hours of your holiday on endless queuing in a crowd of nervous tourists. Just kick back, relax and let us introduce you to the noble city of Venice.
Venice is one of the unique cities not only in Italy but also in the world.
The floating city we know today was once a marshy lagoon inhabited by fisherman since Roman age. In fact, it wasn't until the 5th century AD the things got interesting. The distance of the islands from the mainland made the area particularly appealing during Attilas barbaric invasions of Italy. The lagoon became a refuge and soon flourished into a bustling city. Its name is based on the Veneti people who once lived in the present-day Veneto region.
Due to its strategic position as a port, Venice became a trading hub. It thrived especially from the import of silk and exotic spices from the Orient. Venice was not only special for its one-of-a-kind architecture but also for being a republic with an elected Doge of Venice.
Hence the Doge's Palace (Palazzo Ducale), located just off the side of St. Marks Basilica, became the center of Venetian social and political life. The palace is a spectacular example of Gothic architecture. In its time, it served as the seat of government of the Most Serene Republic of Venice. Members of the Venetian aristocracy elected the Doges who served as chief magistrates of the Republic of Venice for over 1,000 years beginning from the 7th century.
However, we are only scraping the surface. There is much more to learn or, better yet, see. Do not hesitate any longer and discovering guided tours in Venice today you won't regret it!