City Wonders offers 10 different Venice tours of the fascinating “Floating City” and includes Skip the Line Access at major attractions, such as St. Mark’s Basilica and the Doge’s Palace.
See Venice your way with a gondola ride or VIP tour, get off the beaten bath in picturesque neighborhoods or on artisanal islands. Here are some of our most popular Venetian tours.
Our best of Venice semi private tour includes a water taxi along the Grand Canal. Sites include St. Mark’s Basilica, the Rialto Market, Bridge of Sighs, Accademia Gallery, and Marco Polo’s house. Or, be a VIP on our full day tour. In both cases, you will have special access to the terraces of St. Mark’s Basilica with their beautiful sweeping views of the city.
The Doge’s Palace Secret Itinerary provides special access to a secret wing of the palace, the symbol of Venice. You will see sights ranging from frescos by Veronese, Tintoretto, and Hieronymous Bosch to torture chambers and Casanova’s attic cell. One room has the largest canvas painting in the world! Along your tour of Venice, you’ll learn about one of the world’s oldest republics.
For more mystery and romance, our secret Venice by night tour includes a guided evening stroll and a gondola ride. You’ll explore another, intriguing side of the Grand Canal with its Jewish neighborhood, CaD’ario “haunted House,” Desdemona’s home and more. Another tour focuses on the Jewish Ghetto and includes a cicchetti (small plate) tasting at three popular bars. Another picturesque neighborhood is Dorsoduro, which we explore on our Secret Venice with gondola ride tour.
The Rialto Market and San Polo tour explores a bustling market and fascinating neighborhood. Sites include the Basilica dei Frari with masterpieces such as Bellini’s Madonna & Child and Titian’s Altarpiece. You’ll enjoy unwinding at a famous wine bar.
Last but not least is our half day tour to the islands of Murano, famous for its glass blowing, and colorful Burano, renowned for its lace-making.
What all these different tours of Venice have in common is small group sizes and trained, expert English-speaking guides who can make even the oldest sites come alive!