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Overall rating
4.3 / 5
based on 904 reviews

Worth it for an authentic Venetian experience

For those curious we had an amazing plate of cheese, olives and meat to start - all local. Then a couple of local sweet pastries, followed by tapas style dishes and finally some ciccheti at an amazing local bar. Alongside this we got a good walking tour round areas we hadn’t seen yet. Lovely host too! Great stuff.

Transportation was a breeze with city pass and skip the line

The transportation pass saves you money and time standing in line to buy tickets. If you ride a couple of times, it’s actually cheaper. The skip the line for the Doge’s Palace worked great and you truly do skip the line and go right in. Highly recommend.

Venice City Pass with Doge's Palace & Public Transport Reviewed by

Information, presented with passion and fun

Alice was great to be with and learn from. She is a credit to your organisation and provided for all of our different dietary needs in what was a most enjoyable morning. Her passion for the place and the topic shone through.

Good value. Beautiful building to visit. Stunning paintings.

Took a while to find correct boothe at railway station. But simple once done. Saved money and time. Would recommend the audio guide at 5€ (you'll need photo proof of idea to obtain it).

Great way to try true Venetian specialties in under 3 hours.

Great tour, well worth the money. In only 2,5 hours you'll get to visit 5 local spots and try Venetian specialties from cheeses and salami to cookies to cicchetti.

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

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