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A partir de EUR 125
Try this romantic private gondola ride in Venice if you want to feel like a Venetian Noble! Gondola was the usual mean of transport during the Republic Golden Age. It was so important that from the richness of the boat it was possibile to detect the wealth of its owner and its social status.
Join the gondola at your disposal and ride along the Grand Canal. Look at the palaces reflecting on the canals, creating a startling play of light, it is an unforgettable experience.
Comfortably seated during your private gondola ride you will see the Accademia Bridge and many palaces that make the Grand Canal the most amazing water way in the world. The ride will then continue along small pictoresque canals. Among the many attracions you wil admire the famous Peggy Guggheinm Colletion, Palazzo Grassi or Ca' Rezzonico Palace!
A private gondola ride in Venice is a captivating and relaxing experience to enjoy the city and its canals!
HOW TO REACH THE MEETING POINT
ARRIVING BY PUBLIC BOAT
Take line no.1 and get off at the Santa Maria del Giglio stop. Proceed straight on to the end of the “calle Gritti”, turn left and proceed straight on crossing two bridges. Once in Campo san Maurizio, leave the church on your right and proceed straight on, cross another bridge and after few meters you reach Campo Santo Stefano. Keep the church of Santo Stefano and the statue on your back and you will see the Gondoliers Private Landing Stage – SERVIZIO GONDOLE
ARRIVING ON FOOT
Coming from Rialto or Saint Mark’s Square, keep the church of Santo Stefano and the statue on your back and you will see the Gondoliers Private Landing Stage – SERVIZIO GONDOLE
The tour is private – Unfortunately this tour is not fully accessible for wheelchair users or people with walking disabilities - For general conditions refer to our brochure “Discovering Venice”