Sunday, 20 August 2017

Venice Walking Tour

Hidden Venice Half-Day Walking Tour with Rialto Market Cicchetti and Wine

What to do and where to go in Venice

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Explore Venice's lesser-known gems on this 3-hour walking tour. Led by a guide, stroll through the stalls of fresh produce at the Rialto Market, stopping at an osteria for a glass of wine and a few cicchetti (Venetian snacks). The head to the historic San Polo and Cannareggio districts, and cross over the Grand Canal on a gondola ride.

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Venice Walking Tour

A 3-hour walking tour of hidden Venice  with a guide 
Discover the history-rich parts of Venice that many visitors don’t get to see 
Visit the old artisan quarters of the Rialto area and the historical red light district in Carampane 
Sip a glass of wine and sample some traditional Venetians snacks at a local osteria 
See Palazzo dei Camerlenghi, a former prison for tax evaders in the San Polo neighborhood

What You Can Expect See 
The lesser-known sights of Venice on a walking tour! 
What You Can Expect See the lesser-known sights of Venice on a walking tour!
Meet your guide at Campo San Bartolomeo to kick off this 3-hour walking tour, beginning with a stroll through the Rialto Market, filled with fresh vegetable produce and seafood. 
After wandering the around the stalls, take a seat at a nearby osteria for a glass of wine and sampling of cicchetti (Venetian tapas).
Afterward, hop on a gondola for a ride across the Grand Canal. 
Venture on foot through the Cannareggio district to see one of the oldest churches in Venice, dating back to the 7th century. 
You'll also pass through the Castelletto area, known as the red light district of the medieval era. 
Continue to the San Polo neighborhood, and admire the ornate, 16th-century Palazzo dei Camerlenghi along the banks of the Grand Canal.
Despite its beautiful exterior, the palace was once greatly feared by small-time criminals during its days as a tax evaders’ prison. 
After three hours of sightseeing, your tour will conclude by the Rialto Bridge.

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