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Venice: Venetian Lagoon Tour and Galleon Dinner

1. Venice: Venetian Lagoon Tour and Galleon Dinner

Discover the serenity of the enchanting city of Venice with a dinner cruise aboard a Venetian Galleon. Watch the city's lights reflecting on the water as you savor a gourmet meal while sipping on wine and Aperitivo. Pick from Central Deck seating and stern/prow seating. Meet your host in front of the Museo Navale in Venice and, once on board, the crew will lead you to your reserved table and offer you a delicious glass of Prosecco DOC. Sit by candlelight at an elegant table, and eat with a fine and well-finished service. Book the Central Deck for panoramic windows with exceptional views, or choose the prow/stern areas with tables for 4 that offer a more intimate atmosphere. On the prow, there are two small portholes at the top and there is no view of the outside. Select to sit at the stern which is connected to the kitchen/bar and has small windows for a partial view of the outside. Couples might be seated at one shared table (however, the tables are big enough to guarantee each couple privacy). Be swept away by the old-fashioned charm of a boat as you immerse yourself in in the magic of the Venetian Lagoon. At dusk, the Galleon will slowly leave shore and head into the northern lagoon. Take in views of the minor islands such as Sant’Erasmo, and San Francesco del Deserto. Taste a variety of delightful specialties prepared by the onboard chef while you sail towards the Venetian Arsenal and then past the islands of Vignole, Mazzorbo and the artistic Murano. Circumnavigate Burano which is famous for its picturesque, colorful houses and the Leaning Bell Tower. Sail back to the San Marco basin and past the island of San Giorgio. Head on to Venice and the cruise for a spectacular view of the San Marco basin. Disembark at the Museo Navale.

Venice: Guided Walking Tour with Food Tasting

2. Venice: Guided Walking Tour with Food Tasting

Explore Venice on a walking tour led by a professional guide. Learn about the city's history, experience its culture, and sample the local food. Start your tour with a traditional Italian breakfast. Enjoy your coffee and pastry while your guide introduces you to the legacy, culture, and history of the floating city. Stroll down cobblestone streets and across bridges as you make your way towards St Mark's Square, one of Venice's prime attractions. Admire the stately buildings that surround the square and see the Venetian-Byzantine domes of the grandiose St Mark’s Basilica. Follow your guide as you head to see Doge's Palace. Then, take a break from sightseeing to enjoy traditional Cicchetti and try some of the local specialties. The last stop on your sightseeing tour is the iconic Ponte di Rialto. Learn why this striking and daring structure was predicted to fall, and why it's still standing after more than 400 years. Finally, head to the Rialto Fish Market for one last taste of traditional Venetian fare. Top your experience off with an optional gondola ride and see the city from the water.

Venice: Venetian Lagoon Boat Galleon Tour and Lunch

3. Venice: Venetian Lagoon Boat Galleon Tour and Lunch

Enjoy a lunch cruise with a difference aboard a traditional Venetian galleon. Take in the timeless beauty and serenity of the enchanting city of Venice and the islands in the lagoon as you have lunch on a set fish menu (a meat and a vegetarian option is also available). Once onboard, get taken to your reserved table by the onboard crew, then savor a welcome drink. Slowly leave shore in the galleon and head into the northern lagoon. Soak up the atmosphere of its mysterious canals, and enjoy the views of minor islands like Sant'Erasmo and San Francesco del Deserto. During lunch, taste a variety of dishes prepared by the Chef on board as you sail toward the Venetian Arsenal and on past the islands of Vignole, Mazzorbo, and Murano, known worldwide for its glasswork masterpieces. You will then circumnavigate Burano, famous for its picturesque colorful houses and the Leaning Bell Tower. Next, sail back to the Saint Mark's basin for a spectacular view of Saint Mark's Square with its ancient palaces and prestigious hotels and past the island of San Giorgio. Once you arrive in front of the Museo Navale, disembark the galleon and watch it sail slowly away. At the time of booking you are asked to choose the position of the table: - on the Central Deck: it has panoramic windows and during the tour you will enjoy a fantastic view of the Venetian Lagoon. - on the Prow/Stern areas (automatically assigned): the prow offers a more intimate atmosphere, as there are only two small portholes at the top and there is no view on the outside; the stern is connected to the kitchen/bar and has small windows for a partial view on the outside. In both areas, the tables are for 4 persons, and depending on the availability, couples might be seated at one shared table (however, the tables are big enough to guarantee each couple privacy).

Venice: Masterpieces of Modern Art Tour

4. Venice: Masterpieces of Modern Art Tour

Venice: Masterpieces of Modern Art Tour Join an extraordinary experience in Venice to see the most important modern art collections in the city. Start with Ca’ Pesaro, the permanent seat of the International Gallery of Modern Art in Venice. Discover the history of this magnificent monument overlooking the Grand Canal. Learn from your guide about the remarkable collections of the Pesaro family including works by artists such as Vivarini, Carpaccio, Bellini, Giorgione, Titian, and Tintoretto, as well as the most famous Venetian artists of the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries. See how the collection was enriched over the years by further acquisitions and donations such as the Venice Biennale with new critical ideas and unusual perspectives. Follow your guide on an efficient walk to see the masterpieces on display such as the famous The Thinker by Auguste Rodin and Giuditta II (Salomé) by Gustav Klimt together with the works of artists such as Medardo Rosso, Giacomo Balla, Adolfo Wildt, Arturo Martini, Gino Rossi, Giorgio Morandi, and Felice Casorati. Get on the Vaporetto ( water bus ) to get across the canal enjoying the grand views of Venice and have a break before the next Museum. Continue your journey of the modern art in Venice with your pre-reserved tickets to the Peggy Guggenheim Collection: one of the most important museums of European and American art of the twentieth century in Italy. Learn from your guide about Peggy Guggenheim who was a passionate collector and supporter of the arts. See the Palazzo Venier de Leon on the Grand Canal that Peggy acquired as an unfinished mid-18th century building. Marvel at works of modern art by Picasso, Pollock, and Dalí once you are inside. Spend time strolling through the Museum seeing also Picasso, Magritte, Pollock, and Calder at your own pace.

Venice: Smartphone Self-Guided Audio Tour App

5. Venice: Smartphone Self-Guided Audio Tour App

Tailor your tour of Venice to your unique individual interests using the navigation functionality on this smartphone app. Find out about the city's heritage at iconic landmarks like Doge's Palace and Capitoline Museum.  Make the most of your time with the suggested walking routes and the navigation option. Listen to cultural and historic information as you approach sites like the stunning 16th century Rialto Bridge which spans the Grand Canal.  Tune into your audio commentary to hear about the tourist hotspots like the grandiose St. Marks Square which hosts St. Mark's Bascilica, an ancient church which seamlessly mingles Byzantine, Romanesque, and Gothic elements.  Have the freedom to stop and resume your tour whenever you want. Pinpoint your favorite sights and source the best photo hotspots at attractions like the 14th-century sculptures which decorate the lagoon-facing Doge's Palace.

From Venice: Murano, Burano and Torcello Luxury Boat Tour

6. From Venice: Murano, Burano and Torcello Luxury Boat Tour

Treat yourself to a relaxing and knowledge-filled tour of Venice and the Lagoon Islands in a luxurious boat. See glass-blowing demonstrations and learn about the rich history of the area. Get picked up at San Marco Square and begin your luxury boat ride accompanied by an expert local guide. Cruise along the Grand Canal and admire the splendor of the palazzos and bridges from a different perspective. Next, head to the lagoon and enjoy a short ride to Murano, the capital of high-quality glass art. Learn about the history of the industry, see a glass-blowing demonstration, and enjoy the chance to do some souvenir shopping of your own. Back on board, enjoy light refreshments, and head to Burano to see its brightly painted houses and immerse yourself in the charming fishing village with enduring traditions. Learn about the history and craft of the town's handmade lace. Continue on to Torcello and learn about the time Ernest Hemingway spent there, as well as the secrets of the enchanting island. Enjoy a unique view of the city skyline as you head back to Venice, and toast its beauty with a glass of refined Prosecco before being dropped off at San Marco Square.

Venice: Hidden Corners Rialto Market Tour in German

7. Venice: Hidden Corners Rialto Market Tour in German

The tour starts at the Church of San Giacomo di Rialto and takes participants to the oldest and most important market in the city, the Rialto Market: It supplies not only the residents but also the local bacari (bars) and restaurants with fresh ingredients. After discovering the market, participants will taste the fresh products during a culinary break in the form of a cicheto (typical Venetian snack) and a glass of wine (or water as a non-alcoholic variant). Then the group continues on the traces of commercial history along the shady hidden side streets to the church, where the guild of wine merchants was based. (It is not without reason that the adjacent bank along the Canal Grande is called "Riva del Vin", the "wine bank"!). The journey through time will take participants to the place where luxury goods such as silk or gold were sold and end with a view over the famous Rialto Bridge. The tour ends again at the Church of San Giacomo di Rialto. This tour is accessible as there are no bridges to cross during the route. Please note that there is only room for 1 wheelchair in the premises during the tasting. Please use line 1 to the “Rialto Mercato” stop to get to the meeting point.

Venice: Hidden Corners of Rialto Guided Walking Tour

8. Venice: Hidden Corners of Rialto Guided Walking Tour

The tour starts at the Church of San Giacomo di Rialto and takes participants to the oldest and most important market in the city, the Rialto Market: It supplies not only the residents but also the local bacari (bars) and restaurants with fresh ingredients. After discovering the market, participants will taste the fresh products during a culinary break in the form of a cicheto (typical Venetian snack) and a glass of wine (or water as a non-alcoholic variant). Then the group continues on the traces of commercial history along the shady hidden side streets to the church, where the guild of wine merchants was based. (It is not without reason that the adjacent bank along the Canal Grande is called "Riva del Vin", the "wine bank"!). The journey through time will take participants to the place where luxury goods such as silk or gold were sold and end with a view over the famous Rialto Bridge. The tour ends again at the Church of San Giacomo di Rialto. This tour is accessible as there are no bridges to cross during the route. Please note that there is only room for 1 wheelchair in the premises during the tasting. Please use line 1 to the “Rialto Mercato” stop to get to the meeting point.

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4.8 / 5

based on 552 reviews

Incredible!!!!! This is our 4th time in Venice & our first time taking this trip, it was genuinely breathtaking. The service was flawless and attentive, I had the meat menu and my partner had the sea food, and we were stuffed. Great value for money and I will be recommending to anyone I know travelling to Venice! Prosecco, wine & water included and even accommodated beer for none wine drinkers, I can’t say it enough, if your thinking of booking DO IT!! Worth every penny - thanks Jolly Roger team. P s we had the only female waitress on todays service (20.7.22) and she was wonderful - thank you xx

It was really great! A terrific evening. Top notch service! On the other hand, do not eat a snack because there are 2 entries. 3 courses and 2 desserts. Everything was very good! The magnificent ride and the boat at the top.

A fabulous trip, more prosecco and wine that we could possibly drink and the food was amazing. All staff on board very friendly and efficient. A must for anyone who visits Venice!

Dinner was great, the tour was wonderful. The only suggestion we can make is to start an hour earlier in order to better appreciate the tour. The music should be Italian music

Really great, great food and great atmosphere, can only be recommended