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Venice: Gondola ride on Grand Canal with music and dinner

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  • 2.5 hr

Unforgettable gondola ride with singer and musicians playing popular Italian songs! You and the small gondola flotilla will glide the Grand Canal and its picturesque canals! Admire La Fenice theatre, Peggy Guggenheim collection and La Salute church and many other Venetian highlights! The professional musicians will play for you the most popular and romantic Italian songs while the gondolier escort you truth the magic waterways of Venice! Enjoy the skip-the line ticket and get on the gondola without waiting extra-time! At the end of the ride you will enjoy a romantic 3-courses dinner in a traditional Venetian restaurant. The only gondola ride with the commentary (by app or brochure) in 9 different languages that will narrate you history and legends of the Palaces and monuments around you Only small group in order to make you listen perfectly the songs performed by the musicians!

Itinerary Details

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Stop At: Canal Grande

“The most beautiful road in the world”, this is how the Grand Canal is known as. Gondola serenades have always been part of Venetian culture, an unchanged tradition for an unchageable city. If you look around, what you will see is almost exactly what a nobleman in the 18th century might have looked upon, and before him a Renaissance courtesan and before him a merchant in the Middle Ages.

Duration: 30 minutes

Pass By: Teatro La Fenice

Once one of 7 major theatres in the city, today the Fenice is Venice’s one and only opera house. It is surely a jewel among European theatres, and began to shine from the beginning, as the best composers of the age wrote and performed their operas here, among which Bellini, Donizetti and Rossini. But it was Giuseppe Verdi who is most attached to the Fenice and to Venetian memory.

Pass By: Peggy Guggenheim Collection

Peggy Guggenheim Collection, one of the most important art collections in the world. Peggy Guggenheim, originally from New York, arrived in Venice in 1949 and began to satisfy art addiction buying this wonderful building where she displayed invaluable artworks to the world. The beautiful terrace you see is where Guggenheim sun-bathed regularly looking onto the Grand Canal.

Stop At: Chiesa di Santa Maria del Giglio (Zobenigo)

Enjoy a private dinner in a typical Venetian restaurant: dinner with three courses.

Duration: 2 hour