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Enjoy Venice Walking Tour with St. Mark’s Basilica and Doge’s Palace

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Enjoy Venice Walking Tour with St. Mark’s Basilica and Doge’s Palace
Enjoy Venice with this skip the line tour of St. Mark’s Basilica and Doge’s Palace. And discover the most important squares, churches, and monuments with our walking tour.

Explore the main attractions of the Palazzo Ducale - from the Doge’s Apartments and The Bridge of Sighs to the institutional chambers and prisons. And located just behind Doge’s Palace, one of the most important religious churches and prominent landmarks St. Mark’s Basilica and St. Mark’s Square.
Highlights
  • THE TREASURES OF ST. MARK’S

    This St. Mark’s Basilica skip the line tour allows you to discover the treasures of St. Mark’s, Pala D’Oro, sacred relics, incredible artwork, rich artifacts, and one of the largest mosaic ensembles in the world located inside St. Mark’s Basilica interior.
  • DOGE’S PALACE

  • THE TOP SIGHTS OF VENICE

  • ST. MARK’S SQUARE

  • WALKING TOUR AROUND VENEZIA

  • VENETIAN ARCHITECTURE

  • THE MAIN CHURCHES & LANDMARKS

  • Marco Polo’s house

  • MALIBRAN THEATRE

  • VENETIAN CANALS AND STREETS

This St. Mark’s Basilica skip the line tour allows you to discover the treasures of St. Mark’s, Pala D’Oro, sacred relics, incredible artwork, rich artifacts, and one of the largest mosaic ensembles in the world located inside St. Mark’s Basilica interior.
Q&A
  • What (is there) to see in Doge’s Palace Venice?

    From the impressive Venetian Gothic-style architecture, courtyards, loggias, staircases, and sculptures to the Doge’s Apartments of Palazzo Ducale, The Bridge of Sights and the institutional chambers and prisons - there are so many things to see at Doge’s Palace.
  • How to get in Palazzo Ducale?

    You need tickets to get into Palazzo Ducale and buying them in advance is highly recommended.
  • Who lived in the Ducale Palace of Venice?

    Palazzo Ducale was the former residence of the Doge of Venice. The Doge was an elected chief of state during the Medieval and Renaissance period in the Venetian Republic.
  • What time does St. Mark’s Basilica open?

    St. Mark’s Basilica is open all year-round Monday through Saturday from 9:30am on.
  • How long (does it take) to visit St. Mark’s Basilica?

    It takes about 60 minutes to visit the most important highlights of St. Mark’s Basilica but of course you can stay longer if you wish to do so.
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