Special Venice by Bus
Special Venice By Bus or Minivan
ONLY AVAILABLE DURING THE high SEASON FROM APRIL 1ST- OCTOBER 31ST
Visit one of the most unique and romantic cities in the world, made up of 118 islands connected by over 350 bridges: Venice! Leave Florence early in the morning and head north by GT coach or minivan. Once in Venice you will have free time in the morning to wonder around on your own. After lunch (not included) you will meet your guide. Wonder the narrow streets along the canals and learn about the extraordinary history of this place with an expert guide. You will see the exterior of the major sights in Piazza San Marco, including: The Bridge of Sighs, Doge’s Palace, St. Mark’s Cathedral, and the Clock Tower. One of Venice’s many nicknames is “The Floating City”; however, recent research has predicted that it is sinking five times faster than once projected. That’s why it should be named “The Sinking City”. Hurry up! You don’t want to miss out on visiting this extraordinary city!
• Travel by GT coach or minivan with air conditioning
• English speaking driver
• Free time in Piazza San Marco
• Free map of Venice
• Walking tour
• Glassblowing demonstration
• Children discounts
Availability and Languages
English available on Wednesday and Saturday
THE Special Venice By Bus Tour is only available during the summer season from April 1st-Oct 31st.
Price: Adult € 99,00
Children 0-2 years: free
Children 3-12 years: €37,50
Meeting point: Inside Santa Maria Novella train station, in front of the pharmacy with the green cross
Departure time: 07:45 am (check in closes 20 min. Before departure)
Return time: between 09:30 and 10:30 pm
Please wear sensible shoes for walking. The terrain is not difficult for walking; however, you will be standing for most of the day. We recommend you check the weather forecast before the trip so that you can dress appropriately. The trip will not be cancelled based on the weather.
*Optional gondola ride (30min) for additional €24,00 (€15,00 for students in Florence)
**The itinerary may be changed due to unforseen events such as strikes, bad weather, etc.