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An excellent tour well worth the money. The local guide, whose name I can't remember, made the tour very interesting and informative.
Informative and interesting. Skip the line entry worth the price!
We were unable to enter the basilica do to a National holiday. That would have been nice to know. However, the tour went as scheduled and was extremely informative, well done and full of relevant information for the tourist that wants to understand the city and it's history.
This was our first visit to Venice and we were very pleased with the tour.
Love it. So much history to share. Awesome place to visit Highly recommended
We had a great guide, Louisela I believe was her name. She knew practically the entire history of Venice LOL! She was great, giving us every detail. Unfortunately it started to rain but all in all it was a very good and informative tour. Venice is hard to get around in, a map is nearly useless, just follow the signs on the corner of buildings and follow the crowds and make sure you get on the right direction of the vaporettos!
It was a very good and informative tour. Our tour guide was very knowledgeable. We totally love venice!
Excellent tour. Educated guide knowledgeable able the Basilica and the history of Venice.
The tour was first rate, and everything we had hoped for. The guide was informative and fun. He did a terrific job. All in all, a perfect way to begin our time in Venice.
Good way to see the main sights of Venice and not get lost in the backstreets (easily done). Worth it to skip the line for St Marks. Interesting and just at the right pace - fast enough to see a lot but not so fast that the slower people can't keep up. Recommended.
As with all our Viator tours during our 2 week vacation to Italy, this one excellent. Our tour guide (a young man whose name we did not get), did an excellent job describing the history of Venice and St. Mark's Square and Cathedral. Having grown up in Venice he was able to provide a personal touch to the city as we walked from St. Mark's Square through the back alleys to the Rialto Bridge. Good weather made this a thoroughly enjoyable experience.