Naviguez à travers la lagune de Venise lors de cette croisière romantique de 2 heures au coucher du soleil. Obtenez une nouvelle perspective sur les imposantes cathédrales et les palazzos historiques qui bordent les îles de Venise depuis un bateau vénitien traditionnel. Ouvrez une demi-bouteille de Prosecco et admirez les splendides sites du bassin de Saint-Marc et du Lido de Venise baignés par la lumière dorée du coucher de soleil. Le nombre de participants est limité à 11 personnes pour une expérience personnalisée et intime.
Croisière au coucher du soleil sur Venise avec Prosecco
Admirez le coucher de soleil kaléidoscopique depuis un bateau vénitien traditionnel
Croisière dans la lagune de Venise et le bassin de Saint-Marc avec un guide expert
Passez par le Lido de Venise et certaines des îles les plus reculées de la région
Savourez une demi-bouteille de Prosecco pendant que vous regardez le soleil se coucher
Visite en petit groupe limitée à 11 personnes par bateau pour une expérience intime
Choisissez l’une des deux heures de départ de l’après-midi, puis rendez-vous avec votre skipper-guide à la station de vaporetto Ospedele du centre de Venise. Votre bateau de croisière sera soit un bateau de pêche sampierotta pour des groupes plus petits, soit un chalutier à deux mâts appelé bragozzo pour des groupes de 5 à 11 personnes. Les deux sont des bateaux vénitiens artisanaux traditionnels. Montez à bord et observez le recul de l'architecture emblématique de Venise alors que vous vous dirigez vers la lagune de Venise.
Admirez une nouvelle perspective de la basilique Saint-Marc et de son clocher voisin en traversant le bassin de Saint-Marc et admirez la forteresse de Sant’Andrea datant du XVIe siècle. Plongez dans les sites touristiques du Lido de Venise, de San Clemente Le Grazie et plus encore, pendant que votre guide vous indique les points saillants du paysage de passage. Dans un endroit particulièrement beau entre les îles de Giudecca et de San Giorgio Maggiore, votre skipper arrêtera le bateau pour que le groupe puisse profiter de la tranquillité du lagon et griller la scène idyllique avec du Prosecco (boissons non alcoolisées également disponibles).
Alors que le soleil se couche sur l'horizon, admirez la beauté majestueuse des îles vénitiennes baignées d'une lueur rosée. Continuez à vous familiariser avec l’histoire de ce lieu magique en guidant votre bateau vers le centre de Venise, où les lumières de la ville s’allumeront bientôt. Dites adieu à votre guide et aux autres passagers au point de départ initial à la fin de votre croisière de deux heures.
Veuillez noter que de décembre à février, le nombre de passagers par réservation est limité à 4.
Photos de voyageurs
Avis de voyageurs Viator
, oct. 2019
My partner and I visited Venice for the first time and we had booked this boat tour to finish our trip off. We had an excellent tour guide and the weather was lovely. I would highly recommend this tour, this really is worth the money, you see a lot more than the typical 'gondola' ride. The tour guide was informative and gave us an insight into the history of Venice all whilst we took photos and sipped wine!
We met our guide/boat near the Fondamente Nove vaporetto stop, easy to find. The boat is open and small, only room for about 10 people, so guaranteed to be a small group. I cannot say enough about our captain/skipper Tommaso, personable, great information, quite a character really. The 2 hours of cruising in the canal went by too fast, we could've spent twice as long and not been ready to go yet. Seeing the main island of Venice from the water, and going past many other islands in the lagoon, something that must be experienced, a great way to see Venice, away from the crowds.
Our sunset cruise on a typical Venetian boat was a fantastic experience! Our guide, Tomasso was excellent. His historical knowledge of all the islands was delivered in both an informative and entertaining way. The weather was iffy the day of our cruise, with a thunderstorm in Venice that occurred at around 3pm. Tomasa was in contact via email several times that afternoon regarding the storm and to our delight informed us that the storm would pass and our cruise would happen as scheduled. The cruise took us to other islands and Tomasso’s knowledge of their history was amazing! We were able to see parts of Venice we would not have seen. It was a beautiful evening and something I would highly recommend to anyone visiting Venice. In fact, we recommended this excursion to other people we met while we were in Italy and told them when booking to ask for Tomasso if possible!
The best time to take this Cruise is the last sailing because it's when the sun begins to set, making all the sights one sees from the water look very attractive.
Though everything was expertly set up for us by Il Bragozzo's kindly owner, Tommaso Serantoni, it was with Captain Jean Baptiste that we sailed into the vast Venetian waters.
Jean Baptiste ensured that throughout most of the Tour we were shown unseen facets of Venice-lesser known areas of the city, islands that tourists would never know existed, a military boat yard, luxury hotels so exclusive, that unless you took this Cruise you would never know that they existed!
With Jean Baptiste's commentary it felt as if we were being let in on and shown secrets in and around Venice that other tourists would not even know of. He made whatever he showed us so exciting, that we couldn't wait until he took us to the next marvel. We heard about victims of the plague, saw aboandoned settlemts, saw a University ensconed on an island and much more.
The icing on the cake was the glorious views of Venice city, namely of Piazza San Marco and it's environs that we saw from the water bathed in the light of the setting sun.
The boat used for the Tour is entirely open, plus it can't accommodate many people, so the entire experience of this Tour is vey intimate and immersive.
Complimentary wine and soft drinks are served on board. However, if you're a teetotaller it's best to mention this at the time of making the booking because most times they may just only have a chilled bottle of wine on board and nothing else!
At the end of the Tour, Jean Baptiste very kindly recommended restaurants and advised each group on how to find their way to their next destination from the boat drop off point.
If there's one Cruise you do in Venice, let this be the one you choose.
-Felicia Variava Albert, Managing Director, Blaze Tours and Travels Pvt. Ltd., Mumbai, India
Good but not super great. I guess it's not what we were expecting. The boat is motorized with uncomfortable narrow bench seating considering its a two hour ride. The tour travels the outer waters of Venice only, and we didn't each receive our own half bottle of Prosecco as advertised. Seven of us shared one bottle of Prosecco drank out of scratched clean?? plastic champagne glasses our captain pulled from his well-used backpack. Our captain was very accommodating and loved sharing his knowledge of his home city, this was the best highlight of the tour. For the price we paid for this tour, I wish we had hired an expensive gondola instead.
This trip exceeded our expectations. Gian showed us corners of the Venetian Lagoon that we would never have seen. He gave us the rich history of the Serene Republic with true passion for the history. All of this while sipping Prosecco as the sun sank behind St Marks! Truly a Memorable trip.
A great way to see the islands. There were only the 3 of us in the group so a very small tour. Tommaso our guide and captain was brilliant and had so many suggestions for our visit, absolutely great!
The timing seemed early at 4.30 but the lighting was beautiful and the whole experience so relaxing
in his traditional flat bottomed Venetian boat it has a motor but can also sail. The boat is about 40 years old but the design is over 300 years old. The lagoon is calm, the horizon a little hazy. I forgot that this was a tour of the lagoon and its other islands so we do not head down a canal into Venice. Instead, we head along the shore as Giamba guide talks about the ecosystem and how Venice developed in this lagoon which is only a few feet deep. It provided a natural fortress against the invading barbarians. Horses, the preferred transportation of the Huns, would simply get stuck in the mud.
The two hour boat ride was great. We motor through some natural areas, we watch a huge sailing regatta returning to the harbor with spinnakers aloft, past the island of Lido where the money is today and back in towards Venice where we get the waterside view of St. Marks and the Doges Palace.
We polish off a bottle of prosecco as Giamba tells us how much he loves Brusa Springsteen. A musician, he learned to play drums from Max Weinberg while sitting in his mothers arm chair. My wife complains about Donald Trump. Giamba tells us that Berlusconi was just as bad and lasted 17 years. We called this hope.
The sun is setting as we return to our start, down a serene canal and past the Arsenal a huge shipyard and thank Giamba for his hospitality.
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