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Three fascinating itineraries to discover at your own pace the best places of Venice: islands of Murano, Burano and Torcello; the Canal Grande and the main artistic and cultural points of interest in the historical heart of che city.
All the Venetian treasures:
A suggestive walking tour to discover all Venice! It includes both the main venetian areas and hidden places known only by true Venetians. This experience will make you live the soul of Venice letting discover its heart through the most picturesque corners and singular squares of the city. Our mobile guide will escort in historical places such the Arsenale, where Venetian Kingdom built its ships; The 500 years old- Ghetto, the first one in the world and some fabulous churches with masterpieces of venetian artists.
The islands of Murano, Burano & Torcello
An unforgettable experience who brings you through the venetian lagoon with its rich history and traditions! Thanks to this mobile app you will learn autonomously a lot of curiosities about the Burano laces and its multicolor houses; the worldwide famous glass-art of Murano and you will wonder to know that Torcello (with only 6 residents) was the origin of the Venice Republic.
The mobile app has a map which guides you anytime, letting you decide the pace of your visit as you listen to the automatic audio-narration on the city’s panoramic highlights. On the device will appear also the text of description under the picture of the attraction.
Canal Grande boat tour
Get on the public boat number 1, the slower boat used by venetians to move around the city, put your earphones and enjoy the trip! 24 descriptions will begin automatically on your mobile as you pass in front of each place of interest!
Grand Canal is the main water-road of Venice, 4 km long and with more than 200 magnificent buildings belonged to the Venetian nobles and the Doges (Head of the Venetian republic). Venetian aristocrats used them as showrooms of their products and activities. Ships came from all over the world to deposit their exotic products in front of these magnificent buildings. During this incredible experience the boat will pass under the oldest bridge of Venice: Rialto.
Your personal audio-guide will escort through the itinerary finding out about the endless history of Venice and many curiosities about its splendid attractions!
When and how can I do it?
Anytime by night and by day, how many times you want.
How can I get it?
At the moment of reservation, you will receive by e-mail the QR code and the public boat ticket (For any doubts visit “Instructions”).
Price: € 47 p.p. including 2 day public boat ticket (The public transport ticket is valid for 48hours from the validation).
Public boat timetable for the islands (lines 4.1 -4.2 – 3): every 15 minutes until 23. By night every hour
Public boat timetable for Canal Grande (line number 1): every 10 minutes until 23. By night every 30 minutes
Languages: Islands: English, German and Italian
All Treasures of Venice: English, German, Italian and Spanish
Canal Grande: English, German, Italia, Spanish, Russian, Japanese, Chinese and French
This app won’t use up any data connection as it runs on GPS only.
It is suggested to take the public boat lines number 4.1 – 4.2 or 3 for the islands. – For Canal Grande tour you must take the line number 1 - You will receive an e-mail with the QR, public boat ticket and instructions to active the mobile app - You can use it anytime by night and by day how many times you want – This app won’t use up any data connection as it runs on GPS only - You have to download the app on your mobile phone - Please download the app before to start the tour - Please pay attention, our App is totally independent from your operator’s App. On your device will appear Pop Guide icon - For general conditions refer to our brochure “Discovering Venice”