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ITALY • Venice E


Sightseeing Tours & Excursions TOUR NAME


WALKING TOUR OF VENICE


Small groups


Schedule Daily


Have a walk outdoors (no entries) through the most characteristic places for the history of Venice. Route: Piazza San Marco - Origins, history and description of the main monuments: Basilica San Marco, Palazzo Ducale, Bell Tower, Clock Tower.


DOGE’S PALACE Daily


The Palazzo Ducale represented for centuries the seat of the Venetian political power. In his splendid rooms, plastered and Immersed in hundreds of masterpieces of painting, the Duke and his Council controlled the fate of a thousand-year history republic.


GOLDEN BASILICA M,T,W,TH,F,S


A guided tour in one of the most majestic cathedrals of the world! On this tour, escorted by a Tour guide prepared in accordance with the Curia of Venice, enjoy a full visit of this masterpiece of byzantine art, unique of its kind in Italy, you’ll have the pleasure to savor beautiful gold mosaics and marble inlays of the floors.


EXCURSION TO THE ISLANDS Daily


Excursion to the northern lagoon of Venice by private motor launch to visit the most famous islands: Murano, world known for glass-making, Burano for the hand-made lace and its colorful houses. Torcello is the first human settlement in the lagoon.


GONDOLA TOUR GONDOLA SERENADE (Available also with dinner) Daily


Embark on a gondola (up to 6 people per gondola) for a tour along the Grand Canal (S. Maria della Salute area) and minor canals (Fenice area).


Daily


A romantic "promenade" by gondola ( about 40 min.), the famous and elegant way to cross the Grand Canal with musicians and singers perform popular Italian song.


SPECIAL EVENING IN VENICE Tue-Fri-Sat


An expert tour guide will accompany you through the Venetian “calli” (streets) to discover the local Venetian “Bacari” (bars) and sample “Cicchetti” (snacks) which are specialties of Venetian cuisine. Thanks to this fascinating itinerary you will admire a Venice enchanted by the lights and its unforgettable colours. The evening walk will let you discover unusual itineraries accompanied by tales of the rich tradition of legends and anecdotes of a very secret Venice


CREATE YOUR OWN VENICE CARNIVAL MASK Daily


Your instructor will explain the ancient technique of making a Venetian papier- mâché mask providing information about the use of masks in Venice during past centuries. The participants at the end of the hour will keep their mask as a very special souvenir to bring back home.


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SECRET CORNERS OF VENICE


English speaking only (2hrs) from Mon. to Fri.


The tour will start from the heart of Venice: San Zaccaria’s square, San Giorgio of Greeks, San Giorgio of Sciavoni and the Venice’s Arsenale, with his twin towers. From here, Rio delle Galeazze, you’ll board on a private motorlaunch to discover the hidden Venice from the water. You’ll arrive to Fondamente Nuove, for a quick look to the northern side of the Lagoon, the islands of San Michele, Murano and Burano on the landscape. Again through the little canals we'll be back in the middle of the town for a short stop at Rialto’s Market, a kind of European souk and than on boat again to reach St. Mark.


Half DayWINE TOUR OF THE DOGES (5 hrs) Wed. & Sat.


The Lison Pramaggiore DOC wine area is set in the most eastern part of the Veneto. Within a short distance from Venice, we reach this rich agricultural area and visit one of the local vineyards, to see how they are producing wines today, and enjoy a variety of tastes of wines. Return to Venice.


Full Day TOUR MEDIEVAL TOWNS OF VENETO & PROSECCO WINE TASTING


(Approx. 8 hrs) Thursday


Visiting three of the most enchanting Towns in the Veneto region. Marostica, with its medieval castle, then to the picturesque town of Bassano del Grappa and crossing the celebrated Palladian bridge over the Riviera del Brenta we will visit the famous distillery. Next stop is Asolo “The pearl of the Veneto” and optional lunch in one of the local restaurants. Discover a white sparkling wine called “Prosecco” Italy’s most popular “vino frizzante”. We visit one of the most important Cantinas (Vineyards) of the area, followed by tasting a glass of Prosecco wine and 3 other wines. Return to Venice.


Full Day TOUR CORTINA & DOLOMITES (Approx. 8 hrs) Mon.&Thur. Passing through tunnels with astounding views of canyons and the scenery is quite breathtaking. Upon arrival at Cortina, you will have approximately 1 ½ hours of free time to stroll around and take in the picturesque views of the mountains. Weather permitting you may also take the Cable car up to Faloria .We then continue our trip towards the natural lake of Misurina .Return to Venice.


Full Day TOUR VERONA & AMARONE (Approx. 8 hrs) Tues.& Fri.


Discover the magic of the wonderful city of Verona and the regions of Amarone and Valpolicella. We start with the medieval towns of the Valpolicella region, where there are some of the most beautiful, panoramic views of Sirmione and Lake Garda. From here we drive to a vineyard for a guided visit and learn about Amarone wine. Enjoy tasting some of the different wines they produce. Continue to the city of Verona at Piazza Bra where the world famous 1st Century outdoor arena is located (third largest in Italy) it has over 22,000 seats and is the perfect place for outdoor operas and concerts. You will have approximately three hours of free time. Return to Venice.


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