Tours of Venice
Venice, Italy is called "The Floating City" for good reason. Comprised of small islands and linked together by 400 bridges, Venice is a magical place unlike any other. No trip to Venice is complete without a guided boat tour that cruises through its narrow, winding canals - After all, boats are like cars here. Venice is also home to Doge's Palace and an excellent place to take a local food tour.
There are many things to do in Venice, but without a local guide it's easy to fall into common tourist traps. For a good introduction to Venice, we recommend taking a walking tour with a gondola ride. We also lead a tour that covers Venice in a day, including St Mark's Square and Basilica, Doge's Palace and a gondola ride. For an authentic Venice food tour, join one of our local foodie guides on a trip through the Rialto Market. Enjoy the best cicchetti, prosecco, gelato and pasta in Venice!
See the top attractions in Venice on a combined walking and boat tour. Skip the lines at St. Mark's Basilica and cruise along the canals in a private boat. Learn about the local life of Venetians from your local expert guide.
Do you want to visit all the best attractions in Venice? Our Venice in a Day tour covers all the major attractions plus hidden gems. The walking and boat tour includes St. Mark's Basilica, Rialto bridge, Doge's Palace and a gondola ride.
THE BEST TO SEE IN VENICE
The Hidden Venice Express Tour covers all the best things to do in Venice in a short amount of time. Visit St. Mark's Square, St. Mark's Basilica, the Rialto Bridge, the Grand Canal and many hidden gems along the way. Includes a Gondola ride!
Are you looking for the best food tour in Venice? With a friendly, English-speaking guide by your side, visit some of our favorite bacari wine bars to sample assorted cicchetti dishes. Plus, take a gondola ride and sit down for a lunch of pasta.
During this Doge's Palace tour, you'll delve into a darker side of Venice. Visit torture chambers and even the prison cell of the beloved Casanova. Explore areas of the Palace where few are permitted. Plus, walk over the Bridge of Sighs.