Things to do in Gondola rides
The best way to enjoy Venice and its gorgeous canals is on a ride in a charming traditional gondola boat.
Now used for tourist purposes, the story of this unique form of transportation began in 1300 when the first gondolas were used to transport people across the Grand Canal. The structure of the boat has changed over centuries, even if high quality wood used and the long construction process (over one year) has remained the same. Moreover, in a so particular city, which floats on a magnificent maze of canals, the art of creating this means of transport unique in the world has played a vital role.
Hop aboard with an expert gondolier, the driver of this mythical boat, for a romantic and exclusive ride that wait for you in Venice!
Our recommendations in Gondola rides
Gondola ride and Saint Mark's Basilica tour
Buy your Gondola ride and Saint Mark's Basilica tour in Venice. Visit a masterpiece of Byzantine art and enter the breathtaking Canal Grande.
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Gondola ride experience in Venice
Buy your Venetian Gondola ride experience and travel down the Grand Canal!
Morning walking tour of St. Mark's Square with gondola ride
Buy your walking tour of St. Mark's Square with gondola ride in Venice. Admire the best of the city on foot and from the water.
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Gondola ride and romantic dinner
Buy your Falling in Love in Venice: Gondola Ride and Romantic Dinner with now and live a truly romantic night with the person you love!
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“the tour guide was good very hard to find the meeting place we had to queue even though it was advertised as skip-the-line there was no Map with description of palaces during the tour was meant to be a romantic gondala ride, but we were put in the gondala with another couple”
“This app would have been great if it had a Disability feature. Like telling you if there's stairs or where it's wheelchair friendly. Not a big fan!”
“Fue una experiencia inolvidable!”
“This experience was amazing”