This combination of three tours will take you to the heart of Venice and its Byzantine art heritage
The first part will take into the enchanting Venice made up of countless bridges, channels and "campo" (little squares), the pulsing heart of a water city. Following our experienced tour guide, we will learn more about Venice's resent and past and interesting facts about life in a city built on water. Campo Santa Maria Formosa, Campo and Church SS. Giovanni e Paolo, the Mercerie, are only some of the highlights which will be admired during this walk.
In the second part of the tour let yourself admire Venice from a unique perspective: the water. In an eye glimpse, it will be like being projected into another world, away from the crowded alleys of the historical center and ready to discover a deeper side of Venice.
Please note that it is a shared gondola (up to six people for each one) so the gondola might be shared with other people
At last, we will discover not only one of Venice's most famous sites and symbols, but also one among the world's most beautiful and breathtaking cathedrals: The St Mark's Basilica.
Overlooking St Mark's Square and St Mark's Basin, the Basilica is one of the finest exemple of Byzantine art in the world.
Surrounded by the majesic interiors of the Basilica, we will learn more about venice's history and in particular about its patron saint, St Mark. how did the saint's relics end up shielded here? Where do all these foreign decorations adorning the Basilica's interiors and exteriors come from? Let's discover it together!
- St Mark's Square (external)
- Santa Maria Formosa
- Campo and Church SS. Giovanni e Paolo
- Little channels around St Mark's Square area
- St Mark's Basilica