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Want to see the Dolomites, tour Venice and save money at the same time? Book this Venice Super Saver, which combines two best-selling tours at a 10-percent discount, and spread your sightseeing over two days. Start with a Dolomites day trip to visit Lake Santa Caterina, the ski village of Cortina d’Ampezzo and the Tre Cime di Lavaredo mountain range, and then take a tour of the Venice on the second day. Bypass the entrance lines outside St Mark’s Basilica, explore the city by foot and, finally, finish with a water taxi cruise on the Grand Canal.


  • Combine two best-selling Venice tours over two days at a discounted price
  • Visit the breathtaking Dolomite Mountains with an expert local driver-guide
  • Stop at Lake Santa Caterina, Lake Misurina and the ski resort of Cortina d’Ampezzo
  • Explore Venice on a walking tour and see top city attractions such as Doge's Palace and St Mark’s Square
  • Enjoy a skip-the-line tour of St Mark’s Basilica plus a walking tour of the city
  • See the sights of Venice from the comfort of a water taxi and cruise along the famous Grand Canal

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What You Can Expect

Venice Super Saver: Dolomite Mountains Day Trip and Skip-the-Line Venice in One Day Tour

See the best of Venice on this exciting Super Saver!

The two tours that comprise this Super Saver operate on different days. Between the months of November to March, if you book the Super Saver to start on a Monday, Wednesday or Friday, your Dolomites day trip is done on Day 1, followed by your Venice tour on Day 2. On all other days, the Super Saver operates in reverse. During the high season, both tours operate daily.

Dolomite Mountains Day Trip from Venice (8.5 hours):
Leave Venice by air-conditioned minibus, and then travel north through the Veneto countryside to visit the glorious Dolomite Mountains. After a coffee stop (own expense) in the village of Pieve di Cadore, stroll around Lake Santa Caterina, and then continue to Lake Misurina, the stretch of water known as the ‘pearl of the Dolomites.’ Stop for photos against the backdrop of the Tre Cime di Lavaredo peaks, and relax over lunch in a charming trattoria nearby (own expense).

After an optional walk along the gently winding foothills of Tre Cime di Lavaredo in the afternoon, travel to the swanky ski resort of Cortina d’Ampezzo to take photos of the scenery and enjoy free time to explore. Browse Cortina’s boutiques, visit a cozy cafe or take a stroll around the atmospheric side streets. Then, meet your guide at the prearranged time and travel back to Venice where your Dolomites tour finishes.

Skip the Line: Venice in One Day (3 hours):
Meet your guide near the Royal Gardens in central Venice, and then set off on a walking tour around the city to discover its highlights. Explore St Mark’s Square with its lively cafes and monuments, and stop for photos in front of Doge's Palace and the adjoining Middle Age prisons. Head inside St Mark’s Basilica for a skip-the-line tour, and marvel at the gilded grandeur of the building’s interior while learning about Venice during Byzantine days.

Leave the basilica and stroll around the atmospheric backstreets and alleyways that line the canals. Explore lively Campo Santa Maria Formosa with its Gothic palaces and see the house where Marco Polo — the pioneering Venetian explorer — once lived. After seeing lesser-known sights such as a beautiful old merchant’s warehouse, finish your walking tour near the famous Rialto Bridge.

Enjoy some free time (duration to be given on the day), and then make your way to the water’s edge for your small-group Grand Canal water taxi ride. Known as the limousines of Venice, the water taxis offer both comfort and speed, allowing you to see more sights than you would on a typical gondola ride.

Have your camera ready to capture photos of the Baroque churches, Gothic palaces, secret gardens and gondola stations that line the busy Grand Canal, and hear anecdotes about the famous Venetians who have resided on the 'street.' Then, cruise along the lesser-visited canals, admiring the pretty bridges and walkways, and work your way back to the start point where your tour finishes.

Customer Reviews


5 star rating: Highly Recommended August 2016

We were split into two vans, men and women. The women had a great tour with Justin. The men's guide was less than friendly but in both instances the tour was without question one that you would not want to miss. The Dolomites were beautiful.

Scott G

5 star rating: Highly Recommended August 2016

Fantastic day with spectacular scenery.
Would highly recommend it.

Cheryl H Australia

5 star rating: Highly Recommended December 2015

Well worth the money, absolutely breathtaking views, comfortable mini bus type of transport, I would recommend this tour, but make sure and take a jacket with you I went in September and is was very cold up on there.


5 star rating: Highly Recommended July 2014


Brian T

4 star rating: Recommended October 2015

We had looked forward for some time for the Dolomite Mountains trip. Unfortunately the day was very wet and the mist covered the mountains so we saw very little of them. The trip was good but to enjoy to the full would require better visibility. The guides were very good the location for the lunch and food provided were excellent - so in summary it was a well planned trip but the weather plays a significant part in what will be experienced on the day
The Skip the Line walking tour of Venice was superb. Our very knowledgeable guide made it a really good and worthwhile experience. She provided indepth information at particular places with good variety that kept everyone interested. The trip to St Marks Cathedral would have been difficult without going on a tour as the lines were so long, but we were able to get in after only a few minutes wait. The boat trip in the afternoon was okay but the guided commentary was much more general and less interesting. As first time visitors to Venice taking the tours was a good place to start in this amazing city.


3 star rating: Worth doing June 2015

Worth doing to look around the city!

Victoria N

3 star rating: Worth doing September 2014

Venice rating: 1
Dolomites rating: 5

Venice in One Day:
Not worth it, skip this one. Highlight of the tour was supposed to be St. Mark's Basilica, but we were in there a total of maybe 10 minutes. We didn't even get to walk around and explore. The rest of the tour was just walking around the city into different "campos"... like residential squares. Very boring. Then instead of being brought back to the original meeting place, we were left in the streets, told to go eat at a restaurant along the canal, and given rough directions about how to head back. Venice is like a maze full of dead-ends, so we took forever finding our way again. It's also not clear in the ad that there is a long wait between the end of the walking walking tour and the start of the boat tour. We had over 2.5 hours to kill, which affected the plans we had for the evening.

Dolomite Tour:
Vincenzo (our guide) was very friendly, informative, and accommodating; we liked him a lot. He made sure that we didn't feel rushed. I liked the fact that it was a small group tour. This was one of my favourite tours that I've done so far in Italy. The only part of the trip I didn't like was Cortina, but that's just personal preference. The ad says minibus, but it's actually an 8-seater van. It would also be nice if the meeting point could be Piazzale Roma instead of Tronchetto.


1 star rating: I do not recommend this June 2014

Liked the view of Dolomite Mountains.
Didn't like the tour guy (driver).
He got the accident on the way to Dolomite mountains. He needed to pay some responsibility cause he drove to other side.
On the way back to Venice, he speeded up to 160km/hr. The speed limit was 110. He also texted and drove.

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