Tour of Venice and St Mark’s Church

Tour Description:

Book your Tour of Venice and St Mark’s to visit the heart of Venice with its impressive St. Mark’s Square, Doge Palace, Bridge of Sighs, and Basilica of St. Mark.
Journeys to Italy provides tours to enhance your stay in the romantic Venice. The Tour includes a Murano blowing glass demo held by a true Venetian master in a Blowing Glass Factory.

Our guides are English speaking and you can have a personalized tour of the most important historical sights of Venice, once a powerful maritime republic.

Before starting your tour of Venice and St Mark’s, you might want to know more about the city. Venice is a city in the north east of Italy, located on a group of more than 100 small islands separated by canals and linked by world famous bridges. A zone of the city is also listed as a World Heritage Site, as well as its lagoon.

The Republic of Venice was one of the most influential maritime powers, during the Middle Ages and Renaissance, as well as being one of the areas where the Crusades and the Battle of Lepanto took stage. It also was a very important center of commerce (especially grain, silk and spice) and it was home of many artists of the 13th century up to the end of the 17th century. This is why Venice had been such a wealthy city throughout most of its history.

Suitable For:
Couples Friends and Families


2 Hours

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Tour Info:

Price Include

Private guide for 2 hours plus, entrance fees for St. Mark’s Basilica and Doge Palace

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Dress Code:

Comfortable clothes and shoes. For churches your shoulders must be covered and your pants or skirts are admitted if they are at the knees


No wheelchair accessible

Meeting Point:

Between the 2 white columns in St. Mark Square. Your guide will be holding a sign with your name

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