Walking Tour of Venice

The Essential Guided Walking Tour of Venice!

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Take a Walking Tour Through Historical Venice city

A morning walking tour to live the real soul of Venice! 
The specialized guide starts the experience in the breathtaking St. Mark’s Square where you will admire the Palazzo Ducale, The Golden Basilica, Bell-tower and much more! Then you will enter in the labyrinth of “calli” (venetian narrow streets) discovering some of the most important points of interest as Santa Maria Formosa square, the Teatro Malibran, the Basilica di San Giovanni e Paolo, known as the Venetian Pantheon and the famous “Mercerie” (shopping street). The last point (but not the least) is Rialto Bridge with its traditional markets and San Giacometto Church: the first one of Venice (dates about 1000 A.C.). The Rialto area was the main commercial center of Venice Republic where merchants from all over the world, traded their exotic goods. The guide will narrate the amazing history and curiosities of the city and the monuments around you to you. 

An unforgeable experience to learn history and legends about this incredible and unique city.

After the tour you will have the opportunity to visit a glass factory close to Saint Mark’s Square, where you can see a craftsman at work. Please note this is an optional, free tour lasting approximately 20 minutes.

  • Chevron down Inclusions
    • Shared guided walking tour with commentary by a qualified and experienced guide
    • Audio receiver devices are included in case of groups over 10 people
    • Glass craftsman at work close to Saint Mark’s Square
  • Chevron down Meeting point
  • St. Mark’s Square – Clock Tower near exchange office (the white building with blue clock facade). Our assistant will wait for you with the sign “TOUR”. Do NOT go to the Bell Tower.


    The Clock Tower is located in Saint Mark’s Square. Once by the Bell Tower, go straight on leaving the Basilica on your right and you will find the assistant waiting for you with the signboard TOUR under the Clock Tower.

  • Chevron down Language Options
  • From April to October:
    English, French, Spanish, and German every day.
    Italian only on Saturday.
    The visit is monolingual.

    From November to March:
    English every day.
    German on Monday and Friday.
    French on Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday.
    Spanish on Wednesday, Saturday and Sunday.
    The visit is monolingual.

  • Chevron down Important Information
    • Unfortunately, tour is not fully accessible for wheelchair users or people with walking disabilities.
    • Comfortable shoes are suggested.
    • The tour could be shared with guests not belonging to the same party.