Tours & activities by RAI Hotel & Travel Service from Viator

  • Location: Venice, Italy
  • Duration: Standard Tour: approx. 1.5h/2h
    Tour plus Doge's Palace: approx. 3.5 hours (approx.)
From EUR 39.00

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Reviewed by: maria M, October 2016

The small group was good
The audio set was vital in the crowded areas
Very informative asto local life as well as the sites
1st class well worth the cost
Skipping the line was brill

Reviewed by: Arlene B, October 2016

Julia was an excellent tour guide. She was very informative and made sure we had the best tour of Venice. Our tour was scheduled for 3 1/2 hours and it ended up being 4 hours long. Even though it was a Sunday Julia did not rush the group.

Reviewed by: Philip T, October 2016

very knowledgeable guide and small enough group to hear everything that was pointed out.

Reviewed by: Rudra S, United States of America, September 2016

Very nice tour. Seeing all the hidden squares and learning about the architectural styles from a very knowledgeable guide was definitely enjoyable. Venice is picturesque and Doge and #39;s palace held our interest. St Mark and #39;s basilica is also well worth the visit.

Reviewed by: kathryn g, September 2016

This was one of the best tours we have taken. Our guide Julia was amazing. We started off on a walking tour and she took us to places in Venice we would have overlooked. We then went to San Marco and the Doges Palace. Her knowledge of Venice is incredible. She didn't stop the whole tour telling us dates, facts and making everything come to life. I would recommend this tour to anyone visiting Venice thanks to her.

Reviewed by: William Michael C, September 2016

The tour guide was very informative while being very willing to accept questions from the group.

Reviewed by: Elizabeth S, September 2016

We almost didn and #39;t book a tour in Venice, but are so glad we did and got to see some amazing sites with so much history. Our guide was very informed and you could tell she was passionate about art and architecture, so it was extra interesting to learn from her.