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Campo San Barnaba
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Overall rating
4.4 / 5
based on 21 reviews

A wonderful evening walk paried with an interesting gondola ride.

We had a beautiful evening to take this walking tour. Many of the tourists were not on the street at this time which made for a wonderful stroll. Our guide pointed out many historically important sites at the beginning of the walk and finished with a glimpse of daily Venetian life as we tour side streets, local squares, and many non-tourist places. She provided a colorful history of Venice and the people who once lived and built there. The gondola ride was enjoyable, especially the Grand Canal. The side canals offered interesting photo opportunities and aromas as we passed many restaurants and homes during the dinner hour.

Hidden Venice Walking Tour and Gondola Ride Reviewed by

Passionate guide but the tour did not include the Dorsoduro part.

Without being informed and with no apologies whatsoever instead of the combined Accademia and Dorsoduro Tour that we had paid for we were only guided in the Accademia. Our guide who was very knowledgable and did a fanbtastic job was not informed either so we were left without any explanation.

Venice: Gallerie dell'Accademia Guided Tour Reviewed by

Gondola ride a bit short, but interesting and educational. Worth price

Engaging and interesting, though the Gondola ride did feel a bit short. But we had a good time and it was nice to get away from the crowds. A good tour.

Hidden Venice Walking Tour and Gondola Ride Reviewed by

Our guide Moses was the absolute best!!!

Good little tour - but the big saving is on the gondola ride, included in this deal makes it great value for money

Hidden Venice Walking Tour and Gondola Ride Reviewed by

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