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Venice Doge’s Palace Guided Tour with Pre-reserved Tickets

Enjoy pre-reserved tickets and make the most of your valuable time on a guided tour

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Adult ( Ages 15 - 65 )
Youth ( Ages 6 - 14 )
Child ( Ages 3 - 5 )
Infant ( Ages 0 - 2 )
Private Tour Base price for 2 people

Venice: Doge’s Palace and St. Mark’s Square Guided Tour with Pre-reserved Tickets

Enjoy visiting the major highlights of the city in just two hours: the Doge’s Palace and St. Mark’s Square. Choose a small group tour, and listen as local, expert guides regale you with the stories behind these top attractions. Meanwhile, pre-reserved, priority access tickets save you potentially hours of waiting in line. 

Start in St. Mark’s Square, where you’ll start getting acquainted with the city and its fascinating origins. Learn about its historical, social, and political importance as you stand in the most important public space in the city. Take in the Clock Tower and the Marble Lions, all part of St Mark’s rich history.

Follow your guide straight into the opulent Doge’s Palace with pre-reserved tickets. Bypass the long lines to explore the political heart of an Empire at a relaxed pace.

Learn about the supreme authority and wealth of the ruling Venetian Doges, as well as the Gothic architecture of this palazzo. Ask about the talented 14th-century sculptors who worked on the palace, and enjoy stunning views across the Lagoon as you exit this world-famous landmark.

Continue to the Old Prison, originally part of the Doge’s Palace, and learn why the New Prisons were built. You’ll also understand the significance of the Bridge of Sighs, another unmissable highlight of Venice.

Listen to the extraordinary tale of the famous Casanova and his life in Venice as you gaze across the Venice lagoon.

Say goodbye to your guide with enough knowledge to appreciate the rest of your stay in Venice in a deeper way.

Your admission ticket also includes entry to the Correr Museum on St. Mark’s Square. The building was originally designed as a residence for Napoleon, and later became the Venetian residence of the King of Italy. Enjoy the Correr Museum at your own leisure after the tour has ended.