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Day Trips / Venetian waterways & Grand Canal by Gondola

Venetian waterways & Grand Canal by Gondola

Availability: Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday, Sunday
Duration: 30 minutes
Languages: Italian, English, German, French, Spanish, , Japanese, Chinese
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Shared gondola ride Multilingual assistance for embarkation Commentary by app (on your own mobile) or commentary by written brochure


Enjoy a promenade by gondola along the most suggestive canals of Venice and part of the Grand Canal to discover its charming aspects.

A promenade by gondola that will take you along the canals of Venice, one of the most important tourist destinations in the world, due to the city being one of the world's greatest and most beautiful cities of art. Enjoy the cruise through the city’s most secluded waterways passing under small bridges and along part of the Grand Canal. During your pleasant ride, you will admire Desdemona’s House and Mozart’s House passing by the worldwide famous La Fenice Theatre proceeding along the Rio (Canal) “De le Ostreghe” leading into the most charming part of the Grand Canal, where you will admire the Peggy Guggenheim Collection Palace. When you reach the Salute Church and Punta della Dogana you will enjoy a quick unique breathtaking view of S. Giorgio’s Island, Saint Mark’s with its Belltower and Doge’s Palace.


Additional Information

Each gondola can host maximum 6 people The seat aboard cannot be chosen but will be assigned by the gondolier depending on guests ‘ weight Unfortunately this tour is not fully accessible for wheelchair users or people with walking disabilities Comfortable shoes suggested. The Gondola Ride does not operate in case of exceptionally bad weather (in these cases it can be postponed the days after otherwise it will be refunded).

Meeting Point:
11:00 Meeting Point Ground floor colonnade in front of Museo Correr’s
16:00 Meeting Point Ground floor colonnade in front of Museo Correr’s


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