Promotional rates 2020
La Cooperativa Guide Turistiche di Venezia organises 90 minutes' long walks , to discover alleyways, squares and palaces in the San Marco district, as well as their art and history.
According to the current Health and Safety regulations, until further notice, groups cannot have more than 15 participants, including children.
The walk starts from the Piazzetta San Marco, at the foot of the column with the symbol of the Serenissima on the top, the Winged Lion. We start at 4 pm Fridays, and at 11 am Saturdays and Sundays.
The minimum number of participants per tour is 6, and reservation is mandatory.
PRICE: Adults 20€ - children up to 18, 10€
(free for children under 6 years).
We offer tours of the Doge's Palace Saturdays and Sundays at 11 am and 2.30 pm at present.
According to the regulation issued by the Fondazione Musei Civici the number of participants to each tour cannot exceed 10, including children. The visit starts from the Porta del Frumento, the Doge's Palace entrance.
Rate € 20 adults, € 10 children and young people up to 18 years (free under 6 years).
Cost of the entrance ticket excluded.
(free for residents and children up to 6 years / from 6 to 18 years: € 5.50 / all others: reduced ticket to € 13)
Mondays to Fridays we offer walking tours of the Venetian districts starting at 11 am on foot of the Carlo Goldoni monument, on Campo San Bartolomeo. Again we kindly ask you to make a reservation and operate the tour from a minimum number of 6 participants.
PRICE: Adults 20€ - children up to 18, 10€ - free for children under 6 years.
The Cooperativa Guide Turistiche di Venezia also offers private tours for individual guests, which can be tailor made according to their wish. Please ask for details and fees..
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