A charming Venice gondola ride to admire the unusual scenarios that Venice offers during the colder months, when the city is illuminated by the pale rays of the sun and a light mist blurs the outlines of everything around.
Aboard a typical gondola in Venice, a tour of the Grand Canal and the picturesque smaller canals around the La Fenice Theatre, to discover some lesser known areas but very charming and magical. In one of the most beautiful cities in the world, Venice, a gondola ride price extremely affordable: navigating between beautiful buildings that overlook the water, characteristic bridges and breathtaking views, booking a gondola ride, at a fixed cost and online, is one of the best choices to experience Venice.
The start of our Venice gondola tour will be from the gondolas station at Dogana Calle Vallaresso, located close to St Mark’s Square.
Close to the embarkation is the famous Harry's Bar, a historic meeting place for intellectuals and aristocrats who once resided in Venice. Its customers have included big names such as Charlie Chaplin, Orson Welles, George Braque, Ernest Hemingway, Truman Capote and Peggy Guggenheim. Declared a national treasure in 2001 by the Ministry of Culture, Harry's Bar was opened in 1931 by Giuseppe Cipriani, founder of famous recipes, such as the Carpaccio and the tasty Bellini, especially created for its guests.
A gondola tour in Venice will allow you to admire from the outside, one of the finest examples of Baroque architecture in Venice, the Basilica della Salute. Designed by architect and sculptor Longhena, who was inspired by some Palladio examples, the basilica has the curious distinction of offering different perspectives depending on the angle from which it is observed. Built in the Punta della Dogana area, it dominates the panorama from St Mark’s Basin and the Grand Canal.
Lulled by the swaying of a typical gondola, indulge yourself in navigating the canals on a gondola in Venice, discovering the picturesque views that lie in some areas accessible only by water.
This original gondola tour in Venice takes you to the La Fenice Theatre, to admire its majestic structure.
Built in 1790, La Fenice Theatre is the most important opera houses in Venice and hosts prestigious operas and symphony concerts. Some of the first performances of the greatest Italian writers of the nineteenth century were held here, such as Verdi, Bellini, Donizetti and Rossini.
Our tour will end at the initial meeting point in Calle Vallaresso
An unforgettable gondola tour in Venice, priced highly competitively! Considered one of the symbols of Venice, a gondola will show you a new perspective of Venice, including new views, fabulous scenery and historical buildings.