Embark on a romantic tour of Venice and discover its most charming places accompanied by our best guides. Sail through its canals and enjoy a very special day.
Things to do Venice Day Trip from Florence
Make the most of your trip on a getaway to one of the most magical cities in Italy. Join us on our Venice Day Trip from Florence and lose yourself in its many canals and charming streets.
Alongside our Spanish speaking guide, set off nice and early from Florence and head towards the City of Water. We will begin our tour with a visit to the main must-see sights and squares.
The tour begins with the elegant and intricate St. Mark’s Square, located in the very heart of the city. The square houses the striking St. Mark´s Basilica, the Venetian jewel which combines Gothic and Byzantine architecture, its façade consists of many fascinating details with an assortment of colorful tones.
Only a few steps away stands the majestic Doge´s Palace (Palazzo Ducale). Built in the early 9th Century initially as a castle but after a series of fires was rebuilt and served as a fortress and prison. Currently a Venetian symbol that represents the seat of the Venetian political power, it is considered a real privilege to stand back and contemplate.
To end the tour, and before returning to Florence, take a stroll along its charming streets or around its many canals or simply enjoy a pleasant ride on a gondola to really appreciate a stunning view of the city as it is reflected in the water. A true marvel!
Don’t miss the chance to explore the magical city made up of canals and sign up to our Venice Day trip from Florence. Enjoy a unique experience, one you will always remember.
Highlights to see in Venice Day Trip from Florence
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Is the interior of the monuments visited?
Exterior and interior of most named sites
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