Tour to Venice

Tour to Venice


Venice and Murano Tour

Tour of Venice and Murano 3 Days 2 Nights

A 3-day tour where you can visit Venice, the Islands of the Lagoon, and the famous Murano and Burano

4 Days in Venice

Tour of Venice, the Lagoon and Padua, 4 days-3 nights

We will discover the wonders of Venice, Padua, the Islands of the Lagoon, and the famous Murano and Burano

Two days in Venice

Tour of Venice in 2 days 2 Days-3 Nights

A 2-day tour where you can visit Venice, the Islands of the Lagoon, and the famous Murano and Burano

Lake Garda tours

Tour Verona and Lake Garda 4 days-3 nights

Complete 4-day tour where you will visit the most evocative places of Lake Garda, the romantic Verona, and Mantua.

Tour to Lake Garda

Tour of Lake Garda 4 days-3 nights

In 4 days we will let you discover the most evocative places, the Villas and the villages of Lake Garda, such as Salò, Desenzano and Gardone Riviera.

Tour to Venice

Venice and the Islands of the Lagoon

Even those who have never set foot there know the places that make the city of Venice famous all over the world.
Piazza San Marco, the Rialto bridge, the Grand Canal. But Venice is also something else.

There are entire areas of the historic city to be explored, far from the places obliged by tradition, where every corner hides wonders.
Going off the beaten track, you will be lucky enough to look at the city from a less conventional, more intimate, authentic and original point of view.
The best way to get to know the hidden soul of Venice, in fact, is to get lost in the streets and squares.

Explore the city slowly, preferably aboard a traditional boat or on foot, and look at it with the eyes of those who live there.
Perhaps by entering one of the many artisan shops to witness the processing of glass, pearls, lace, typical sweets and fabrics.
But that’s not all: Venice is part of a real archipelago of islands, each with a unique beauty, even the less known ones,
such as Torcello, Sant’Erasmo, Mazzorbo, Lazzaretto Nuovo, Certosa, Vignole, Pellestrina, and many others.

Immersed in the Venetian lagoon, not far from Venice and its treasures, the islands of Murano and Burano smell of ancient traditions
and they know how to give unique emotions and unforgettable views.

How to move in Venice

Transport in Venice is divided into land and water transport.
There are buses and trams, but also water buses, ferries and water taxis.

Public transport in Venice includes various public transport, which can take you from Mestre to Venice and vice versa,
but also from one side of the lagoon city to the other without necessarily moving on foot.
A cheap way to get around Venice is to buy a day pass, especially if you are in town for a weekend.

The Venetian City Pass is called Venezia Unica and can hold different types of tickets, from those for public transport
to those for the different attractions and exhibitions.
You can buy the Venezia Unica Card directly from home, through the official website,
and it is obviously always possible to buy it once you arrive in town.

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