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The young lady that met my husband and I was very knowledgeable and friendly. We thoroughly enjoyed the tour and history of the Fenice Opera House. I would definitely book with Viator again.
A very thorough and interesting tour of a fascinating facility. Our guide, Sabina, was excellent!!---warm, friendly, very knowledgable. She made the experience come alive for us. Thanks for an excellent tour!
This was a very informative and well presented tour. We enjoyed the tour and found the guide to be very good.
What a BEAUTIFUL place this opera house is. And what an interesting history. Perhaps a bit jinxed thinking of the many fires that have done it in. But the wealthy just kept coming back for the same beauty. This tour was one of the highlights of my 3 week trip to Italy. Our guide is so very well steeped in the history of the theater and shared that info in a infectious way. Worth the trip to Venice all by itself !
Soooooo informative and well worth it!!!! Our guide was simply amazing!
I really enjoyed this tour. Our guide was very knowledgable, and easily answered any questions that we had. I think the length of the tour was about right.
Beautiful building inside and outside. worth to see and a nice lady guide told us the history.
We were late and one of the office people brought us to catchup with the group. Good service!!!
United States of America
It was a good tour very informative, but I feel that this the kind of tour that you can do yourself.
As requested arrived at San Luca at 12.45. (Why meet so far from the Theater?)
At 1.00 a lady appeared to tell us that there was a delay as we had already been informed. This was obviously incorrect.
At 1.30 the guide arrived. The walk to the theater took approximately five minutes and by 2.00 the tour was over. It consisted of a brief talk outside the theater, another brief talk in the reception area (mostly a repeat of what had been said inside) and a general walk around some of the first floor. The only reason we were able to see into the auditorium was because we joined a group of schoolchildren, otherwise all the doors were locked.