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Unusual Venice Walking Tour

4 Ratings
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  • Live Guide
  • Audio Guide
  • 75 min

Historical walking tour to discover the hidden Venice: the guide will show you secret corners and marvelous highlights. Away from the overcrowded places to visit the off beaten-track parts of Venice with an unusual walking tour. The amazing experience will bring you to the ancient heart of Venice: Rialto Bridge and the “Erbaria” where Marco Polo and merchants traded their goods and shared stunning stories listened in unspotted parts of the world. On Rialto you will discover the scary stories of the hunchback in the middle of the square, in front of this statue, the criminals listened to their sentences before to be moved to dark prisons in the Piazza San Marco. Discover the incredible Scala Contarini del Bovolo: a stunning spiral staircase belonged to one of the most important venetian families; the Fenice Theatre and many others! An the last but not the least: find out mysteries and legends of St. Mark’s Square and its breathtaking monuments!

Itinerary Details

This is a typical itinerary for this product

Pass By: Ponte di Rialto

The guide will escort you in the Rialto area where you can admire the worldwide famous bridge and its traditional markets.

Pass By: Chiesa di San Giacomo di Rialto

At Rialto you will see the San Giacometto's church: the oldest's one in Venice, built about 1200 A.C.

Pass By: Scala Contarini del Bovolo

Discover the incredible Scala Contarini del Bovolo: a stunning spiral staircase belonged to one of the most important venetian families. A unique opportunity to see Venice just as a real venetian!

Pass By: Teatro La Fenice

You will go in the labyrinth of calli (narrow streets) and “campi” (venetian squares) to discover the hidden artistic jewels as the Phoenix theatre, where Giuseppe Verdi composed the “Traviata”, its absolute masterpieces

Pass By: Piazza San Marco

The breathtaking St. Mark's Square with its endless history