Venice Sightseeing Tours, Boat Tours and Gondola Rides
The best way to get to know Venice is in the hands of professional guide, who will accompany you on one of the sightseeing tours presented to you by Venice Opera Tickets, helping you to discover the treasures of the City of Canals.
According to the time you have, and your personal interests, you can choose between a guided tour to one of the most well known monuments in Venice, or a more complete sightseeing tour of the city. With the former, you can get to know one of Venice’s most famous monuments in depth, such as St Mark’s Basilica (known as The Golden Basilica), with its innumerable works of Eastern and Western art and its Byzantine mosaics. However, if you would prefer a more complete introduction to the city, you can reserve the sightseeing tour Absolute Venice, during which your guide will not only show you the most famous monuments and buildings (St Mark’s Square – with St Mark’s Basilica, the Campanile, The Clock Tower and the Doge’s Palace – or the Bridge of sighs, among others) but also the more hidden, though equally beautiful, corners of the ‘city on the lagoon’. As night falls, on another tour of Venice your guide will tell you all manner of legends and ghost stories, as well as mysteries both solved and unsolved.
A Gondola Serenade Ride will add a touch of romance to your stay in Venice. You will float along the Grand Canal, contemplating the elegant palazzi – their wonderful facades overlooking the water – and pass beneath the characteristic bridges which cross small and large canals alike. This is a particularly enchanting trip, which you can follow with dinner to finish off your evening.
Venice Opera Tickets invites you to reserve your tickets in advance, for the events mentioned above and for other visits and tours. This will ensure that – once you are in Venice – you do not waste time looking for the best options, and that you make the most of your stay in La Serenissima. What is more, our webpage also gives you a programme of cultural events, with operas, classical concerts, and carnival events (in exquisite places such as the Gran Teatro La Fenice, the Palazzo Barbarigo Minotto, the Scuola Grande di San Teodoro and the Doge’s Palace, among others). You can also reserve tickets for these events in advance in order to avoid the disappointment of them being sold out once in Venice.