Visite la impresionante ciudad de Venecia en una excursión de un día repleto de actividades desde Milán y descubra los lugares más importantes de la ciudad con un guía local. En un recorrido a pie, descubra los lugares más importantes de Venecia, como la Basílica de San Marcos, el Palacio de los Dogos y el Puente de Rialto, mientras aprende cosas sobre su historia. Después de pasear por la plaza de San Marcos y junto al Gran Canal, visite un prestigioso taller de fabricación de vidrio para ver una demostración de la mano de un artesano local. Antes de regresar a Milán, disfrute por su cuenta de un paseo en góndola de 30 minutos o simplemente disfrute del tiempo libre.
Muy bien, la guía y el chófer muy correctos y amables, se te hace corto el tiempo de estancia en Venecia, pero es comprensible. Muy profesionales. El viaje se hace un poco pesado yo hubiera hecho una parada a mitad de camino un poco más larga.
Sofia was our guide getting to Venice but then Chiara took over. Both ladies were great. Tour seemed rush once in Venice due to long travel time. You really need a few days to see Venice. We did enjoy a gondola ride and watched a glass blower plus has some free time to shop.
you need to see Venice, but 7.5-8 hours on a bus with no restroom is not the way to get there and back. what you really receive is a two hour walking tour, a ten minute glass blowing demonstration and a 20 minute sales pitch on the glass. A waste of time for me. the guide for the walking tour was more interesting in staying in the shade than she was in showing us anything special, and the main tour guide was not very helpful. I wouldn't do it again.
We enjoyed this trip to Venice once we had free time. Our local tour guide was a little pessimistic during the walking tour, always mentioning how Venice is sinking because it had too many tourists in front of an entire group of tourists. Our tour leader was pretty cool though. He was humorous, and because I was pregnant and it was hot, he let me and my husband skip the glass-blowing tour so we can grab lunch. We had a total of a little over 4 hours to roam around Venice.
Gondola rides were 20 Euros per person because it was peak season. We skipped it.
Love the city itself however, 'city tour' provided little value/information; bus ride was too long for the short visit in the actual city. By the time you do the 'walk tour'; glass tour; and gondola you barely had time to eat least of all visit anything or do sight-seeing. Maybe reduce 'city tour' to 20 minutes; extend time on land and allow more time for exploring. Quality of mic and devices for tour listening were poor.