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for the price and getting a sense of what you arte looking at worthwhile
Very interesting tour. My son and I both enjoyed this very much. I would recommend this wholeheartedly especially after seeing the line waiting each day to get in. It was at times hard to understand our guides accent but she did her best to make it all very interesting and entertaining. St. Mark's is breathtaking.
Extremely informative - geat insight to St. Mark's church. It was wonder ful to not wait ont he very long lines.
Very good tour guide. The flooding at the Piazza made the tour somewhat exhausting.
Skip the line is a great asset
Good guide and interesting tour but at end we were ushered outside to finish off and then found we could not get back into St. Mark's to visit shop. Would be better to finish inside.
Very good organisation. A knowledgable guide. A good trip!
We thought it was a good idea for getting to know St Marks Square and a good basis from which to plan the rest of our holiday by creating the tours to our own tastes.
It was great because it got us around the line at St. Mark's which was quite substantial after several days of it being closed due to flooding. Not a lot of time in St. Mark's, but I would definitely recommend it, particularly if you have limited time.
The tour was worth it just to skip the long line to get in St. Mark's. Our tour guide was easy to understand and very informative.
Well worth doing especially at the beginning of your stay in Venice. I was travelling with my mother 62 and daughter 4 both of which had no problems with the pace.
Primary reason for signing up was to skip the line for St. Mark's, and for that the tour was worth it. Wish we had been able to spend just a bit more time in the basilica. It was very, very rushed. The tour guide was extremely knowledgeable but so melancholy about the problems of Venice--cost of living, condition of buildings, etc.--that my spirit was a bit deflated.
This tour explained a lot of how Venice became a city and the people who created it.