Campo Santa Margherita

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Campo Santa Margherita: Our most recommended tours and activities

  • Venice: 2.5-Hour Street Food Tour with a Local Guide

    1. Venice: 2.5-Hour Street Food Tour with a Local Guide

    Eat your way around Venice on a 2.5-hour tasting tour of some of the city's eateries, and get views of the historical monuments and attractions along the way. Begin in the San Marco district and stroll to the Rialto Bridge over the Grand Canal. Visit Rialto Market and marvel at the colorful fruit and vegetable stalls. Experience everyday life in the city as the locals come to purchase fresh fish and other ingredients. Next, go to Campo San Polo and enter the Basilica dei Frari. Pass the square of Campo San Bartolomeo, where the locals like to gather. Along the way, taste a wide range of food specialties, from regional cheeses to buranelli biscuits and traditional cakes. Sample some sweet tiramisù in the city where it was invented, and experience the unique culture of cicchetti, the tapas-like snacks loved by Venetians served in typically cozy bàcari (bars). End on the...

    It was a great tour. I was expecting to learn about the local food (and I did, it’s delicious!), but I was also taught plenty about the Venetian history and culture! Definitely recommend it if it’s your first time in Venice (or second or third, like some people in the group). Silvia was amazing! Great guide, count yourself lucky if you get her! Fantastic storyteller and she knows so much about Venice and all the best places to eat.

  • Venice: Food and Wine Tour with Cicchetti Tasting

    2. Venice: Food and Wine Tour with Cicchetti Tasting

    Eat and drink your way around Venice on a food and wine tasting tour with a local guide. Visit some of the city's favorite eateries and wine bars, sample tapas-like "Cicchetti", and learn about Venetian culinary culture. Taste a wide range of food specialties, from regional cheeses to buranelli biscuits to traditional cakes. Pair your food samples with traditional drinks and Italian wines. Sample tiramisù in the city where it was invented, and experience the unique culture of “Cicchetti”, the tapas-like snacks loved by Venetians served in cozy and charming “bàcari” (bars). Discover old taverns and quaint locales where locals gather and eat. Explore quaint alleys, historic streets, and colorful markets and view historical monuments and attractions along the way.

  • Venice: Venetian Style Carnival Pub Crawl

    3. Venice: Venetian Style Carnival Pub Crawl

    Go on a fun, Venetian style pub crawl of Venice, and discover traditional bars frequented by locals. Meet like minded travelers on a sociable tour that aims to show you how Venetians enjoy life. Meet in front of the Ca Rezzonico Museum at 5:30 PM, where you will be met by your guide. Then, meander through a labyrinth of small alleyways and campi (city squares) to visit 4 local bars known as ”bacari” in the Venetian dialect. Upon arrival at each bar, you will be offered an ombra (a glass of local wine). At the final bar you will have the chance to try the very popular Venetian, orange-colored cocktail known as “spritz,” usually served with an olive or two. You will also taste the typical venetian cicchetti (tapas) in each bacaro. Experience a great way of seeing the city as the locals see it, and chat to new friends. Great for singles, couples, or small group...

    Four pubs, includes a different drink at each. Guide is a good laugh, could've kept it up all night!

  • Venice: Dorsoduro and San Polo District Private Walking Tour

    4. Venice: Dorsoduro and San Polo District Private Walking Tour

    Walking guided tour to reach beautiful churches surrounded by typical Venetian atmospheres, along calli and little campos. In San Trovaso square there is an unusual wooden structure that is similar to the house of the local mountain area. This was an old dwelling for the workers of the squero, a small shipyard for making gondolas. It dates back to the 17th century and since then it has always been in operation. The walk continues to visit one of the oldest churches in Venice: San Nicolò dei Mendicoli. It was founded by “patavini” (inhabitants of Padua), who lived in the islands of the lagoon in the 7th century to escape the Lombard invasion. Campo Santa Margherita, a picturesque countryside surrounded by old 14th century palaces and the little church of Santa Margherita, which is today a university auditorium. Continue to San Rocco School located in the countryside bearing the same name....

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What people are saying about Campo Santa Margherita

Overall rating

4.8 / 5

based on 354 reviews

Sylvia was a great guide. The tour was interesting and so was the food. Even if its not your own kind of taste you could try some things you wouldn't order on your own. And so you could try typival venetian food like local people would eat. Including some history facts.

Anna was a super guide. Very friendly with a lot of relevant information. The streetfood was also super, and the locations were very cosy . Super tour!

A successful mixture of history and cuisine, especially thanks to Monika's enthusiasm and energy. With her again anytime.

Alice was a super host and guide and showed us nice local bars and osteria’s.

Very nice guide Silvia accompanied us well through Venice