Discover the inspiring Saint Marks Basilica in Venice and admire the beautiful treasures it holds inside. Join one of the most enchanting tours of the best of Venice, with precious details and stories from your guide. Visit the most symbolic places of Venice and be amazed!
Join this exceptional experience in Venice, as we head into the most famous place of the city and discover the history behind these magnificent landmarks. You will get the unique opportunity to visit one of the most beautiful basilicas in the world and find out fascinating details about the history of the city and its monuments, as well as the exquisite architecture that most of them exhibit.
Make your way around St. Mark's Square, the open-air museum of Venice, your professional local guides will share insightful stories and historical details about each monument around St. Mark's Square, leaving you in awe with this world treasure.
The guided walking tour continues with a visit to Saint Mark's Basilica, avoiding the long queues by using your special pass. You will explore this magnificent place and learn amazing details from your expert guide, admiring the beautiful gold mosaics and exceptional paintings.
This is truly one of the best ways to explore Venice and have a rewarding visit of the Saint Mark's Basilica. With this walking tour you will have the opportunity to visit the centre of Venice with a professional tour guide. The tour will continue towards the Saint Mark's district, in the centre of Venice, where you will see other important attractions from the outside.
Meeting point information and local telephone numbers at your destination are included on your Confirmation Voucher.
We suggest you to wear comfortable shoes and clothes. To access the St. Mark's Basilica you have to cover shoulder and knees. During the summer, we suggest you to bring solar protection and a bottle of water; durint the winter, bring an umbrella. No Backpacks are allowed inside the Church.
Rarely, St. Mark's Basilica could be not accessible due to private events or high water.
Backpacks are not allowed inside the Basilica.
From the 1st of November to the 31st of March there is no skip-the-line entrance to the Basilica.