- European Tours and Transfers
- Private Accessible 3 hour Venice Walking Tour
The Private Accessible 3 hour Venice Walking Tour gives you a unique look at some of the major sites within this floating Italian city.Venice can be overwhelming for disabled travelers, but this accessible walking tour takes away all the worry and leaves all the excitement and fun.
This accessible Venice walking tour begins by meeting your professional tour guide in the lobby of your centrally located accessible Venice hotel OR Porta della Carta, which is the exit of Doge’s Palace depending on the location of your Hotel. Enjoy a relaxing walk/roll through the city to reach St. Mark’s Square, the central square in Venice. From there, enter the St. Mark’s Basilica using an accessible entrance.With this accessible walking tour you will be able to skip the long lines of visitors and enter in a timely fashion. Once inside, marvel at the beautiful mosaics that cover the ceilings and walls. Witness the spectacular cupolas including the one dedicated to St. John the Evangelist.
After touring this amazing church, this Venice accessible walking tour will take you into Doge’s Palace, at the opposite end of St. Mark’s Square.As with St. Mark’s Basillica, you will be able to avoid the long lines of visitors waiting to enter. The palace was once the residence of the Doge of Venice but now serves as a museum housing artifacts and national treasures of this northern Italian city. Your knowledgeable guide will give you the history of this amazing palace and lead you to the accessible areas. You will see Tintoretto’s Paradise, the largest oil painting in the world. Gaze upon the Doge’s Throne, a guilded masterpiece worthy of royalty.
This walking tour of accessible Venice allows the disabled visitors to see and learn the history of the amazing city. This tour is highly recommended for those who are short on time but want a full experience to remember.
- St. Mark’s Basilica (inside visit depending on flooding water or liturgic closures)
- St. Mark’s Square
- St. John the Evangelist’s cupola
- Crucifix Capital
- Doge’s Palace (inside visit)
- Tintoretto’s Paradise
- Doge’s Throne