An Exclusive Day Trip to Venice from Rome, all included! 1st class Train tickets, Private Guide in Venice, skip the line to the Basilica of Saint Mark and transfer by boat along the Gran Canal
Venice | Private Tour | 1st class High speed | 1 day
305,00€ – 535,00€
Private day Trip to Venice from Rome, exclusive 2 hours personal Guide in Venice, skip the line to the Basilica of Saint Mark, 1st Train tickets from Rome and private transferf from San Marco square to the station. The chance to see in a single day this unique city built on 118 small islands separated by canals and linked by more than 400 bridges.
Travel from Rome to Venice in one day is possible by high speed train!
Exclusive Private Guided tour of Venice
1st class high speed train tickets
The opportunity of visit the unique city of Venice with an expert local guide
We Customize the tour to suit your own interest
Free time to explore the city on your own
Pick up from your hotel
Enjoy a tour in your own language and completely tailored made to you
2023 Advanced reservation discount
We take care you travel safetly
Typology: Private day trip
Available: every day
Transportation: High speed train tickets 1st class (Rome – Venice – Rome)
Length: 15 hrs.
Departure: your hotel in Rome – Return from the station in Rome to the hotel
Departure time: h. 6.15/6:45 (departure time will be confirmed on voucher of reservation)
About the visit: Saint Mark’s Square, the Basilica of Saint Mark (inside), the most celebrated Clock Tower, the exterior of the Ducal Palace, the Bridge of Sighs, Rialto Bridge and exclusive transfer from San Marco square to the station of Santa Lucia
Languages: English – Other languages on request
Minimum of 2 people
Our “Private Tour” is ideal for individuals, couples, friends, families and groups, special occasions or honeymoon presents
Dedicated Customer Service, 24 hours available for urgent needs
No booking or Credit card fees
Instant Confirmation: Your booking confirmation (with full details) will be emailed to you within the next 24 hours
Meet the driver at the hotel and transfer to the station where our English speaking assistant will take you to the train. Departure from Termini Station Rome from 6.15/6:50 in the morning by train and arrival in Venice at 10.00/10.45 (departure time will be confirmed on the voucher of reservation).
Guided visit of the city, during which it is possible to admire the Saint Mark’s Square, the Basilica of Saint Mark (inside), with its marvelous mosaics and countless other works of art; the most celebrated Clock Tower, the exterior of the Ducal Palace, the Bridge of Sighs and other important places through tiny ‘ calle ‘, typically narrow Venetian lanes.
Our guide will give you information regarding restaurants, additional sightseeing, and how to return to the Station of Santa Lucia. On request to the guide, you could visit a Murano Glass Factory, where you will learn about the process and history of glass-making in Venice.
Free time at your disposal for lunch. After lunch you could continue visiting Venice on your own, or join a romantic ride on the famous gondola along the fascinating Grand Canal. At time indicated private taxi Boat ride from San Marco Square to the station enjoying the beautiful Facades Palaces of different styles of architecture, along the Gan Canal .
We suggest being at the Station 15 minutes early. Departure by train at 18.00 or 18.32. Arrival in Rome at 22.00 or 22.30 approx. . Meet the driver at the exit of the station in Rome.
Private Gondola ride and Serenade – Doges Palace Entrance fees
Free cancellation up to 72 hours, train tickets are not refundable
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