Ausflüge in Istrien: This fabulously famous floating city is known in every corner of the world! Venice is built on an overwhelming 118 islands which is connected with over 400 bridges. All those who step foot here are fascinated by its beauty. This city finds itself on the bucket list of almost everybody and still remains as the only city built solely on water.
* Set out on the Mediterranean Sea to make your way over to Venice
* Browse in Saint Mark’s Basilica
* Learn the techniques behind the creation of the marvellous Murano glass
You will have enjoyed a lovely cruise across from Croatia and as soon as you arrive it’ll seem as though there’s something in the air in Venice: Romance! Bursting at the seams with its many exhibits of gorgeous gothic architecture. Get the chance to know what all the fuss is about and come to know why this city is often regarded as the most beautiful city in the world. On top of that, you’ll find out about the deeply rooted traditions of craftsmanship.
Hop on to a speed boat to get to quite possibly the most famous square in the whole world: St Mark’s Square. As well as the beautiful basilica, this square is home to both the Bridge of Sighs and the exquisite Rialto Bridge.
Marvel at the finest exhibit of Italo-Byzantine architecture at Saint Mark's Basilica. It is the most well-known Church in Venice by a mile. Meander around the Bell Tower and the magnificent Doge’s Palace and admire the intricate design of which they both display.
Something certainly symbolic for Venice and in particular the island of Murano; the ancient technique of making sumptuous Murano glass. This style of decorative glass making was discovered many moons ago and is still carried out as it always has been even until today.
Head home with more than you could have bargained for. You will have had an incredible introduction to a city that you’ll want to visit time and time again.
Meeting/Pick up point: Hotel pick-up.
The clients must call to confirm their pick up time 24 hour before the departure.
Start or opening time: The boat departs at 8am.
End or closing time: At 8pm.
Languages: English and German.
Required documentation: Passport required in order to enter Italy (visa not required for EU residents).