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Doge’s Palace and St. Mark’s Basilica Skip the Line Tour of Venice

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Doge’s Palace and St. Mark’s Basilica Skip the Line Tour of Venice
Doge’s Palace and St. Mark’s Basilica Skip the Line Tour of Venice
Doge’s Palace and St. Mark’s Basilica Skip the Line Tour of Venice
Doge’s Palace and St. Mark’s Basilica Skip the Line Tour of Venice
Doge’s Palace and St. Mark’s Basilica Skip the Line Tour of Venice
Doge’s Palace and St. Mark’s Basilica Skip the Line Tour of Venice
Doge’s Palace and St. Mark’s Basilica Skip the Line Tour of Venice
Visit the two top sights of Venice – Doge’s Palace and St. Mark’s Basilica with this essential skip the line Venice Tour.

Explore the most famous tourist attractions of The Floating City, starting with Palazzo Ducale (Doge’s Palace) – the birthplace of the republic of Venice.

The former residence of the Doge of Venice turned museum is one of the most prominent landmarks and symbols of the city.

Second stop on this sightseeing tour of Venice is Saint Mark’s Basilica. Located just behind Doge’s Place is the Basilica of Saint Mark – one of the most important religious temples and best-known examples of Italo-Byzantine architecture – not to mention one of the most beautiful cathedrals in the world.

So rich in history and art, no visit to Venice, Italy would be complete without a visit to Doge’s Palace and St. Mark’s Basilica – the two gems on the Venetian waterfront.
Highlights
  • TOUR DOGE’S PALACE

    Skip the line Doge’s Palace Tour – Visit the courtyard, loggias of this Venetian Gothic-style palace built in 1340. The elaborate Giant’s Staircases (Scala dei Giganti) with the colossal statues of Mars and Neptune by Jacopo Sansovino on either side signifying Venice’s power over land and sea.
  • THE DOGE’S APARTMENTS

  • THE BRIDGE OF SIGHS

  • PRISONS OF VENICE

  • ST. MARK’S BASILICA

Skip the line Doge’s Palace Tour – Visit the courtyard, loggias of this Venetian Gothic-style palace built in 1340. The elaborate Giant’s Staircases (Scala dei Giganti) with the colossal statues of Mars and Neptune by Jacopo Sansovino on either side signifying Venice’s power over land and sea.
Q&A
  • What time does Doge’s Palace open?

    Doge’s Palace is temporarily closed due to Covid but normally they are open at 8:30am in both low and high peak season.
  • Do you need tickets for Doge’s Palace?

    Yes, you need tickets to enter Doge’s Palace. We suggest buying tickets in advance to avoid queues especially during high peak season.
  • How long does it take to tour Doge’s Palace?

    It takes an average of an hour to tour the most important highlights of Doge’s Palace, but you can of course stay as long as you want!
  • When was St. Mark’s Basilica built?

    Construction of the original St. Mark’s Basilica began in 828, was completed in 832, but burned down in a rebellion in 976. While the specific date of construction is not clear (somewhere between 1063 and 1092) the present-day Basilica of St. Mark opened in 1094.
  • How old is St. Mark’s Basilica?

    St. Mark’s Basilica is 927 years old, opened in 1094.
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