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It is a great way to see the whole city from the lagune. The visits to Murano, Torcello and Burano were by definition relatively short. But for 3h30 it was a packed but very informative tour. The fact that all info had been repeated in 4 languages was very tiring, but the guide as well as the listeners. Esp. if one understand 3 or more of the languages. Maybe it is time to use a headphone system with a choice of languages, as the CitySightseeing hop-on and hop-off buses do it.

When I saw the 'priority' queue to Palazzo Ducale I almost had a heart attack, but don't get fooled, it goes quick. I was in within 5 minutes. (It's not so much of a priority queue, more like a pre-booked ticket queue.) I'm not a fan of guided tours, so this was perfect for me! It's also good to know, once you enter Museo Correr, you have straight access to the Bibliotheca and the Archeology Museum too - these 3 are all together.

Not so clear to me the prenotation was exactly at the time that you prenote, there was written "valid one day" , the was'nt written that you got to be there 15 minute before and that if you go later and there arent vacante places you lose your prenotation. I found the exibition a little static, the explication written in a little way so that was difficiifficult to read it and mantain the distance in covid time..

Venice: Peggy Guggenheim Collection Ticket Reviewed by Anonymous, 26/09/2020

Nice tour, except that the Murano horse that we bought in the Murano glass factory, had a broken leg. I think the woman that wrapped the item did’nt pay attetion. I felt not really happy because it’s very nice souvenir. Overall the tour was almost perfect.

Sad for the locals, but wonderful for us to wander round without being hassled by crowds of other tourists. Were able to view all the rooms and paintings in our own time. Missed having the audio guide, though the info in each room helped a bit.

Venice: Doge's Palace Priority Admission Ticket Reviewed by Anonymous, 25/09/2020