Tour Venezia e Isole della Laguna con audioguide (Hop-on Hop-off 48h)
Tour Venezia e Isole della Laguna con audioguide (Hop-on Hop-off 48h)
Tour Venezia e Isole della Laguna con audioguide (Hop-on Hop-off 48h)
Tour Venezia e Isole della Laguna con audioguide (Hop-on Hop-off 48h)
Tour Venezia e Isole della Laguna con audioguide (Hop-on Hop-off 48h)
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Tour Venezia e Isole della Laguna con audioguide (Hop-on Hop-off 48h)

  • 3.7 6 Recensioni
Fornito daVenetiana
  • 4 ore

  • 1 - 15 partecipanti

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  • Piazza San Marco, Venice, Italy

Scopri i luoghi più famosi di Venezia e della sua Laguna, a bordo di un eco battello panoramico con un unico biglietto hop-on hop-off valido 48h per salire/scendere dove preferisci. Le fermate principali sono la Stazione Santa Lucia, Punta Sabbioni, Piazza S. Marco e Murano, Burano e Torcello.

A bordo sarai accompagnato dalle spiegazioni delle nostre audioguide d’autore e avrai a disposizione anche diversi itinerari per quando scenderai dai nostri eco-battelli.

-Viaggia con facilità in giro per Venezia in un tour in eco battello panoramico

-Visita 120 punti di interesse con le audioguide d’autore: esplora gli itinerari a bordo degli eco-battelli, gli itinerari a piedi nelle isole e in centro a Venezia, la caccia al tesoro per bambini oppure gli itinerari firmati dal famoso cantastorie veneziano Toso Fei

-Partecipa alla visita inclusa nel biglietto della vetreria a Murano

Tra le immagini troverai tutti gli orari. Puoi salire e scendere in qualsiasi fermata e all’orario che preferisci

Incluso

  • Trasporto Hop on Hop off: viaggi illimitati con le nostre barche ecologiche per 48 h

  • Audioguide d’autore, per bambini e adulti, scaricabili tramite APP Popguide (QR code nel voucher)

  • Mappa della città disponibile a bordo

  • A Murano accesso gratuito a laboratorio lavorazione del vetro

Cosa ottieni

  • Conducted in Italian, Inglese

  • A partire dal30,60 € / persona

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Dettagli del prodotto

Posizioni

  • Piazza San Marco, Venice, Italy

  • Campo San Donato, 11, Venice, Province of Venice, Italy

  • Ponte Degli Scalzi, Venice, Italy

  • Doges Palace, Venice, Italy

  • Isola San Giorgio Maggiore, Italy

  • Campo San Fantin, 1965, Venice, Italy

  • Piazza Baldassare Galuppi, 187, Venice, Burano Province of Venice, Italy

  • 704 Dorsoduro, Venice, Italy

  • San Marco, 1, Venice, Veneto, Italy

  • Piazza San Marco, Venice, Italy

  • Ponte di Rialto, Venice, Italy

  • Fondamenta Salute, Venice, Italy, Italy

  • Piazza San Marco, Venice, Italy

  • Campo della Carita 1050, Venice, Veneto, Italy

  • Fondamenta Marco Giustinian, 8, Venice, Italy

  • 466 Rio Terà Sant'Andrea, Veneto, 30135, Italy

  • Burano, Italy

Politica di cancellazione

Se annulli fino a 24 ore prima dell'inizio dell'evento, riceverai un rimborso del 100%

Volte

disponibile tutti i giorni

Non incluso

  • Prelievo e rientro in hotel

  • Biglietti di ingresso ai monumenti

  • Cibi e bevande

Quanto tempo prima dell'evento devo prenotare?

Puoi prenotare in qualsiasi momento prima dell'evento

Prezzo

  • Prezzi da 30,60 € / persona

Descrizione del prodotto

Itinerario

S. Lucia FFSS (di fronte il ristorante KFC) – Tronchetto - San Marco Giardinetti Reali – Murano (di fronte ELLEGI MURANO GLASS) – Zattere (Fondamenta Zattere Al Ponte Longo) – Tronchetto - S. Lucia FFSS



Route Duration: 4 ore

  • Ferrovia Compartimentale (ex F30) - Stazione ferroviaria Venezia Santa Lucia (di fronte ristorante KFC)
  • Stop Flixbus Venice - Tronchetto di fronte Fermata Flixbus
  • Fermata S. Marco - S. Marco Giardinetti Reali
  • Fondamenta S. Giovanni dei Battuti, 4 - Murano di fronte Ellegi Murano Glass. Coincidenza con la nostra linea per Burano, Torcello e Punta Sabbioni
  • Università Ca' Foscari - Zattere Cultural Flow Zone - Zattere
  • Stop Flixbus Venice - Tronchetto di fronte fermata Flixbus
  • Ferrovia Compartimentale (ex F30) - Stazione ferroviaria Venezia Santa Lucia (di fronte ristorante KFC)

Piazza San Marco / Doge's Palace / Basilica di San Marco / Ponte dei Sospiri / Ponte di Rialto / Canal Grande / Torre dell'Orologio / Basilica di Santa Maria della Salute / Punta della Dogana / Teatro La Fenice / Peggy Guggenheim Collection / Gallerie dell'Accademia / Murano



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Punta Sabbioni (pontile n.5) – Murano (di fronte ELLEGI MURANO GLASS) – Torcello – Burano (Fondamenta del Pizzo) – Punta Sabbioni



Route Duration: 4 ore

  • Pontile n5 in fianco a ristorante all'Ancora - Punta Sabbioni (Pontile 5)
  • Fondamenta S. Giovanni dei Battuti, 4 - Murano di fronte Ellegi Murano Glass. Coincidenza con la nostra linea Venezia
  • FERMATA VENETIANA - TORCELLO - Torcello
  • FERMATA VENETIANA - BURANO - Burano (Fondamenta del Pizzo)
  • Pontile n5 in fianco a ristorante all'Ancora - Punta Sabbioni (Pontile 5)

Murano / Ellegi - Murano Glass Shop / Museo del Vetro / Isola Torcello / Basilica di Santa Maria Assunta e Chiesa di Santa Fosca / Trono di Attila / Isola di Burano - World Heritage Site / Museo del Merletto



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Posizione sulla mappa

Punto d'incontro

You may start this tour at any of the stops listed.



Departure time

48H rate

3/17/2023 - 6/30/20237/1/2023 - 11/1/2023

Return details

You may disembark at any of the available stops.

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Informazioni importanti

  • I bambini piccoli devono sedere in grembo a un adulto

  • Animali di servizio ammessi

  • Vicino ai trasporti pubblici

  • Accessibile ai passeggini

  • Accessibile in sedia a rotelle

  • Partecipazione consentita alla maggior parte dei viaggiatori

  • Distanziamento sociale applicato durante l'esperienza

  • Aree ad alto traffico regolarmente sanificate

  • Veicoli di trasporto regolarmente sanificati

  • Applichiamo delle rigorose misure di sicurezza contro il COVID-19, per garantire un viaggio in serenità ai nostri clienti. Il numero dei visitatori è limitato per garantire la massima sicurezza.

  • Riceverai una conferma al momento della prenotazione

  • Puoi presentare un voucher cartaceo o elettronico per questa attività.

3.7(6 Recensioni)
KelliD_S()
20 ott 2022

This is a nice option to have so you can get to all the best places and so you can save your walking for the fun.

Hieu P()
2 set 2022

According to the schedule, there is a departure every 1 hour from Burano island to Murano wharf but that day they arbitrarily canceled the 15h30 boat from Burano without informing the passengers in advance, I had to wait more than 1 hour for pick up next trip, this seriously affected our plans in Venice.

Pauline_S()
19 lug 2022

Though this trip took much longer than expected we really enjoyed it. The kids particularly liked the hall blowing demonstration on Murano and the cute houses on Burano.

sara_b()
3 ott 2021

Definately take Route B to the outer islands. The walking tours were awesome. Need the 48 hours to see everything.

flavioa766()
5 set 2021

Ottimo servizio, ideale per visitare Venezia con le sue isole in tutta comodità. La guida POP GUIDE grazie alla geolocalizzazione cattura l'attenzione nei punti di maggior interesse rendendo la navigazione interessante e fornendo aneddoti curiosi. Gli attracchi dei battelli sono collocati in posti facilmente raggiungibili e indicati sia sulla mappa cartacea che su quella presente in POP GUIDE. Il personale a terra e a bordo sempre gentilissimo, preparato e disponibile, le imbarcazioni molto pulite. Il battello è dotato di uno spazio chiuso e coperto che è stato utile per proteggerci da un acquazzone che ci ha colti durante la navigazione. Per lo stesso motivo è stato molto utile aver pensato ad un biglietto per due giorni che ci ha permesso di recuperare la visita interrotta il primo giorno a causa del maltempo oltre a regalarci più tempo per scoprire nel dettaglio questa meravigliosa città.

GMak54()
4 lug 2021

The only aspect of this so-called “tour” which is positive is the fact that the private transportation boat wasn’t crowded and you could sit in comfort going from one stop to the next. But even that might be just a result of the pandemic-related lack of tourists at this time. Other than that, there wasn’t any aspect of this alleged “tour” that would rate any positive or favorable comment. That they call this a “tour” is a huge misnomer and borders on false-advertising. THERE IS NO “TOUR.”  It is merely transportation on a non-public boat. You are expected to: A) have a local Italian working mobile phone with plenty of memory or large local data plan. If you don’t, the cost will be astronomical using international data rates. B) download large files of data (or smaller files but then you have to stream, gobbling up huge amounts of data from your plan, which, if you don’t have a local Italian SIM card with a huge plan, you’ll be streaming from your home country, oh, say, like Canada, Australia or the States… the bill for which will costs an order of magnitude more than the cost of this alleged “tour.”) C) turn your GPS “location” services on so that - supposedly - as you are walking, the software will be triggered by the GPS signal to start announcing pieces of information about where you are. D) bring your own guidebook, as none is provided. E) bring your own map, as none is provided. F) master Italian, as no one speaks English. (Really!) G) figure out, somehow, where you are supposed to meet the transportation boat, as this is not explained. E) Understand the intricacies of their boat connection system, because you may not be able to get back to where you started. Also, none of this is explained in advance. We had to call the night before to find out where we were supposed to meet the boat! They told me we could meet the “tour” at the dock at San Marco. That’s like saying “We’ll meet you at Grand Central Station…” Where exactly? Then at a little past midnight local time, we got an email telling us the meeting place was an hour away (from where we were staying) at the train station! Very strange. I emailed back saying, we’re going to the dock nearest our apartment (San Marco) and would see them there as we were originally told. Frantically trying to download the “audio tour” the night before, as we we now found out from the email that this was mandatory, the internet was so slow it took over an hour. My wife never could download two portions of the audio for some reason on her phone. It just wouldn’t download. Also, there were no explanations on how to use the audio “tour.” Next day at the dock, we found a very helpful tour guide from a DIFFERENT COMPANY who spoke English, and looked over the schedules and time tables and ended up asking around to find out what boat and where we were supposed to meet. Even she said, “hmmm, this information is confusing…” And that was from an Italian tour guide! The boat came, and just two passive guys manned the boat, neither of whom spoke any English. We arrived at the first stop, Murano, and they just said “Murano!” and we got off. No further info. We had to figure out the times for the next destination by figuring out the times on the posted schedule. This would later lead us into trouble… The “audio tour” suddenly turned on with an advertisement for the glass factory that was in front of the dock. Not being interested, we moved on and walked around Murano. The audio guide never came on again. When we came back to the dock to catch the boat to the next island, Torchello, and the audio kicked on again with the same advertisement for the glass factory! Clearly it was working, but apparently only for commercials of sponsors! Useless! We managed to get to Torchello and Burano islands, with no further input from the audio guide. Fortunately, my wife brought a Rick Steves’ Venice Guide, which was very accurate and useful and actually worked. You just read it. Maps, info, everything. Thank you, Rick Steves! Figuring out how by ourselves how to come back to Murano to get back home we were surprised when we got on the boat to go back and were told, “No estop San Marco. Estop Zattere.” And that was that. We were dropped off in an unfamiliar location and it took us over an hour to get back to our apartment winding through unfamiliar alleys and paths, frequently losing GPS signals in the alleys and getting lost in the narrow labyrinth which is Venice, causing us to have to backtrack many times. Finally we arrived at our apartment - utterly exhausted, hot (93ºF/34ºC 85% humidity), and not happy with the day’s arrangements to say the least. That was “Day 1” of the “tour.” Tour? What "tour"? For Day 2, we were going to go to the other stops listed in this tour’s itinerary along the Grand Canal and “hop on, hop off” but weren’t sure what was interesting as many of the stops were’t even mentioned in the guidebooks…and we were staying near one of the main stops anyway. Now that we knew where to catch the boat, we got to the dock on time, and ran into the same friendly English-speaking tour guide from the other company that we met the day before. We asked her what was to see in these other places and she said, “Why do you want to go there? There’s nothing much of interest… Why do they have these places for you to go???” Again, very helpful! So we decided to go back to Murano and Burano, since these were really interesting islands and this time with her help, we learned that we could return by a vaporetto (water bus) from Burano directly back to San Marco! Of course, we’d have to pay the €7 each ourselves, but it was money well spent to save an hour’s slog back to our apartment in the steaming heat, with depleted energy having again exhausted ourselves sightseeing. That’s what we did. It dropped us off at the dock in San Zaccaria, 5 minutes from our apartment. So, in conclusion, there was no “tour.” Everything is on your own, no help from anyone at this company, the audio guides are problematic and useless, and except for the boat to Murano, Torcello and Burano which were comfortable because they had only a few people on it, there was no value in this tour whatsoever. I compliment the lady from the OTHER tour company who was most helpful. My advice: Buy a day pass for €20@ at the vaporetto ticket stand and take the vaporetto to the islands. It’s very easy. When you first get to Venice, if you don’t speak Italian, it may seem a little daunting, but believe me, it isn’t so hard. Get a good night’s sleep and do it fresh in the morning. The vaporetto biglietteria (manned vaporetto ticket kiosks ) in the main squares like San Marco, San Zaccaria, Ferrovia/Santa Lucia (the train station) and other major vaporetto stops (not all stops have kiosks however), have very friendly, helpful clerks who speak some English -enough to answer your vaporetto questions - and will direct you to the correct dock. Bring your own guidebook and a good attitude, and you will have a great time! The moral of the story is don’t depend on technology to substitute for maps and tour guides. This so-called “Hop On, Hop Off ‘Tour’” is NOT at all like what you might be (and we were) expecting, such as those Hop On Hop Off Bus Tours in London, Sydney, San Francisco and many other places around the world where the information is presented in multiple languages, the tour is with a live host in English on the bus with audio channels for many additional languages, the stops are well marked and maps are provided, and tour guides are at every stop to answer basic questions. I’ve taken those in many places around the world and they are great. This “Hop On, Hop Off ‘Tour’”, however, is worthless (except for the less crowded boat.)

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