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Venice Walking Tours

Venice Walking Tours

It’s hard to resist the romance of Venice. It creeps into your bones whether you’re whiling away the hours at Basilica Di San Marco or taking in the Gallerie Dell’Accademia’s masterpieces. Take a wander through the city to absorb the atmosphere at a laid back pace.

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How Long Does it Take to Travel Grand Canal in a Walking Tour?

Grand Canal cuts through many of Venice’s most important historical and artistic sights, so it’s a perfect way to approach a Venice walking tour. A hop-on-hop-off tour lets you set the pace, so you can spend a few hours rushing through or a whole day. Canal tours will show you the San Marco and Rialto regions, the Jewish ghetto, and the Castello region. The latter spans the area to the right of the canal, including San Pietro di Castello’s bell towers and 7th-century architecture. You’ll see the Bridge of Sighs and even get the chance to do a little shopping in the city centre. 

What Can You See in Venice Walking Tour?

If you’re in town for a day, a short Venice walking tour is the perfect way to see the most famous landmarks. Doge Palace and the Golden Basilica are two of the most important. The former includes a museum, the Doge’s apartments, prisons, and armoury. There are secret chambers here that once hosted important aspects of Venetian administration. The Golden Basilica is one of the most spectacular destinations in the city, famous for its gold mosaics and exquisite marble inlays. The Treasury hosts a collection of religious masterpieces collected over the centuries. 

What is Venice Famous For?

Venice’s lagoon has been saluted as a UNESCO World Heritage Site, and it's responsible for many of its nicknames. It’s often called the City of Canals, The Floating City, and the City of Bridges. The Bridge of Sighs is the most famous of these. It connects Doge’s Palace with the new prison on the other side of the canal. 

What’s the Best Month to Go to Venice?

April, May, September, and October are the best months for Venice Walking Tours for the mild weather and absence of flooding. The last weeks of spring and the first weeks of summer tend to be busy, so skip the crowds by visiting in early spring and autumn.

Is Venice Easy to Walk Around?

Venice is completely walkable, relying on gondolas instead of buses and taxis for longer distances. When you get tired, hop onto a boat to your next attraction. The only parts of the city that can’t be reached easily on foot are the islands, Burano, Torcello, and Murano. Burano is a Technicolor wonderland known for its bright fishermen’s houses and seafood. Visit a lace-making museum while you’re in the area and sample the local butter cookies.