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The licensed free tour in Venice! English or Italian sightseeing and storytelling walking tour of Venice organized by the non-profit Association Isola Tour. Discover the real hidden side of the city on the water with a local friend !
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We did the tour with Lucia, who was an amazing guide through the San Polo sestiere. We learned a lot of interesting things about the life in Venice then and now. There is so much to discover and to know in this city, you'll never...More
Lucia was our tour guide and she executed the tour brilliantly! Having many facts and lots of information on offer, she appealed to every individuals interests. She made the cold weather bearable :) lots of love from Scotland
This was a great experience. Mateo led our group of English speakers through parts of Venetian history and culture that we wish we had learned years before. Seriously, this was one of the best, most enjoyable learning experiences we have ever had. Mateo even shared...More
Wonderful experience and well worth doing. Took over 2 hours but Lucia’s delivery was informative, interesting, varied, humorous and useful to us, as visitors. Ranging from architecture, George Clooney, ancient lavatories, bridges, Venetian independence, ladies of the night, flood controls, markets, types of water transport,...More
Lucia, our guide, was really lovely and gave us a great overview of central part of Venice. I always get free walking tours when I travel on my own, but this was exceptional with small number and diverse age range of people. It seems like...More
My mom, wife and I had a little over 24 hours in Venice and I'm glad we did this. I didn't have a lot planned for the city other than to walk around and take in the sights and get lost so to speak. However,...More
The Rialto Bridge is the most famous sight along the Grand Canal in San Polo, smallest of Venice's six sestieri (districts) and by far the busiest neighbourhood. Morning Venetians arrive to peruse the markets for fish, fruit and vegetables, while shops display goods from cheese to wine to desserts. San Silvestro and Rialto Market vaporetto (water taxi) stops add to the steady stream of foot traffic. San
Polo is defined by churches including Basilica dei Frari, one of the most important churches sought by art lovers.
They are run by the same group, and cover different areas of Venice, Any one of these tours will give you a great overview of Venice and is the perfect start to a Venice trip to enable you to orientate yourself. You can... More
They are run by the same group, and cover different areas of Venice, Any one of these tours will give you a great overview of Venice and is the perfect start to a Venice trip to enable you to orientate yourself. You can then feel confident on walking around Venice on your own to find the great areas away from the main tourist regions.