2 hours Photo-Tour by foot
I will take you on a 2 hour walking tour to photograph very beautiful locations and spots in the Venice of the Venetians. We might cross the GrandCanal on a ferry gondola, as the Venetians do, if it's on our itinerary.
This private tour is particularly adapted for amateur and professional photographers and artists with their own cameras, who visit Venice for short time only, wanting to enjoy, discover and shoot fotos of the real Venice.
We'll visit one of the 6 districts 'sestieri' with their courtyards, narrow streets 'calli', canals and bridges, residential areas with it's people and their traditional life-style in this particular city built on water.
I can create a customized tour for you in case you have any special requests or if you are more than 4 adults.
Depending on our meeting point, we'll visit mainly the hidden, secret Venice: residential areas, with their courtyards, narrow alley ways 'calli', different types of canals 'rios' and bridges 'ponti', residential areas with its' people, Venetian hand workers, artists etc.
Meeting Location + Tour Duration
Meeting location: I will meet you at your hotel in Venice or we can meet on top center of the famous Rialto Bridge (in this case I'll have Your name-sign)
End location: I can end the tour where I met you if you wish. Or if you feel comfortable after 4 hours I can leave you to explore on your own.
Duration: 2 hours
Estimated Local Cash Needed
10 Euro - Payments may include coffee, snacks, souvenirs, etc.
I am not a licensed guide therefore I won't be able to guide you inside museums, galleries, churches and historical monuments.
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Great early morning walk with Eva. She easily accommodated our slower pace and took us through areas we would not have discovered. The city was barely awake so she knew where to stop for Kodak moments and gave us many useful tips for our Iphones. Lots of historical information we didn't expect. Our third trip to Venice but our best tour by far. She's delightful!