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Ducal Venice walking Tour with Doge's Palace visit

Delve deep into the Queen of the Adriatic’s historical centre. This combination of two stunning tours of Venice will take you on a comprehensive route through this magical city’s most important landmarks, including the Piazza San Marco, the Basilica and many more. On the walking tour of Venice, enjoy a leisurely outdoor stroll in front of the most characteristic sites in Venice. Your experienced guide will escort you to all of these breath-taking constructions while letting you in on the city’s amazing history. See the magnificent Piazza San Marco and all of its main monuments, such as the Basilica or the opulent Palazzo Ducale. Later, move on to Santa Maria Formosa, where you will learn the history of this wonderful square. Discover the Pantheon of Venice, the Great School of Charity and even Marco Polo’s House, near the Malibran Theatre. Return to San Marco through the Mercerie, the lively shopping district. The Doge’s Palac tour takes you into what was the epicentre of Venetian power. Plunge straight into the medieval Europe as you explore the huge rooms and eye the masterpieces of painting that decorate them. Admire the golden staircase, relive the anguish of the prisoners crossing the famous Bridge of Sighs and enter the old Venetian prisons, where Giacomo Casanova was held. Relieve some of the most exciting parts of Venetian history from the very halls where all the big decisions were made. Delve deep into the Queen of the Adriatic’s historical centre. This combination of two stunning tours of Venice will take you on a comprehensive route through this magical city’s most important landmarks, including the Piazza San Marco, the Basilica and many more. On the walking tour of Venice, enjoy a leisurely outdoor stroll in front of the most characteristic sites in Venice. Your experienced guide will escort you to all of these breath-taking constructions while letti Meeting/pick-up point: Exchange office in front of the Clock Tower in Saint Mark’s Square. Duration: Approx. 3 hours. Start/opening time: At 8.45am. Languages: English, French, German and Spanish.