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One guided tour takes place daily at 3.25 p.m. and does not require reservation. Public transport (ACTV), line n. 20, connects Isola di San Lazzaro to Venice (S. Zaccaria). From S. Zaccaria to S. Lazzaro : 3.10 p.m. From S. Lazzaro to S. Zaccaria...more
Suggested duration: 1-2 hours
Isola di San Lazzaro degli Armeni, 30126 Venice, Italy
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I know you're in Venice having few days to stay and many place to visit.
But San Lazzaro degli Armeni, really deserve a special visit. I suggest you Save the time to do it.
Because it's a real GEM, and because during the visit you'll...More
Out of the ordinary trips in Venice San Lazzaro offers excellent guided tours. A very old library is a must. The convent is worth a visit. Be careful because after the afternoon tour there is only one boat for returning to San Marco.
The Armenian Monastery of Lazzaro is opened for touring daily at 3:25 pm. Multiple guides for different languages are available. It's good to take the vaporetto at 3:10 from S. Zechariah, since we had to wait outside in the hot weather due to being too...More
you can t expect to visit venice and discovering a piece of armenian history. the island was given as a gift to an armenian monk by the venetian bishop. you can visit it just one a day following the waterbus timetable. it is a fabolous...More
Fist of all, It is the monastery of the Makhitarists, an Armenian Catholic congregation. And if you expect go for take a nice pictures, for example for instagram, it is wrong place for that. It is holy place. The monastery has a large collection of...More
Our group was booked into a private tour of the monastery and its treasures in the morning. Public tours are in the afternoon. I presume that the guide would also be involved in the afternoon tours. Guida was wonderful - passionate, knowledgeable and respectful of...More