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Day Excursion to Venice by Boat from Poreč

Product ID: 98973
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Visit Venice on a day trip from Poreč. A speedboat makes the crossing in just 3 hours leaving you plenty of time to explore this fascinating place.
About this activity
Duration 3.5 - 12 hours
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Experience

Highlights
  • Learn about Venice during the catamaran crossing
  • Enjoy views of the Venice lagoon from the boat as you arrive
  • Explore the city and visit iconic sites such as Piazza San Marco and Murano glass workshops
Full description
On this 12-hour program you’ll travel to Venice by high-speed catamaran. Discover old squares, stunning palaces, churches, and galleries as you explore the city.

At 07:00 you'll board the catamaran in the port of Poreč, and at 07:30 you’ll be on your way to Venice. On the catamaran sails out, you can sit back, relax and enjoy a a short introduction to Venice. You'll also be offered some optional services such as gondola rides, taxi boat rides, lunch and more.

As you approach Venice you’ll have views of the islands in the lagoon and a panoramic view of the city. Disembark at 10:30 and from that point you can explore the city at your leisure.

Take a short walk to Piazza San Marco. From there you can you head into the maze of streets off the square. Enjoy a gondola ride along the canals. Try some of the city’s fine cuisine. If you like, you can visit one of the Murano glass workshops and see the process of glass making.

At 5:00 PM the catamaran departs Venice. The excursion ends at 8:00 PM back in the port of Poreč.
Includes
  • Round-trip transfers by catamaran (Poreč-Venice-Poreč)
  • Short overview of Venice
What’s Not Included
  • Food and drinks

When you get there

Meeting point
Know before you go
• Be sure to bring your passport
• It's a good idea to bring a sweater as mornings and evenings at sea tend to be a bit cooler