After Dark, City, Youth and Family, Other
Kid Friendly: Yes. In Venice there are many bridges to cross, attention if you have children in strollers, could be very hard!
Maximum travelers: 8
French (basic), English (fluent), Italian (fluent), Greek (advanced)
A walking private tour around Venice about ghost stories and legends
An exciting experience discovering the scariest tales of this millenary city. Far from usual tours, we'll discover the dark side of Venice: murders, disappearing, ghosts, devils and much more!
We'll start the walking tour in Campo San Giacometto, near Rialto market, the oldest part of Venice. We'll discover the curios sculpture of the Hunchback, where horrible corporal punished used to begin.
From there we'll cross the Rialto bridge, completed thanks to a pact with the devil. . . .
Next to the Rialto bridge, we'll get to the charming Campiello del Remer, famous for an incredible ghost story with a man whit his wife's head.
We'll go to see where Marco Polo, the famous merchant, and his sad Chinese princess lived and Campo Santi Giovanni e Paolo, where many Doges' ghost wander.
In Campo Santa Maria Formosa we'll see the belltower decorated to scare the Devil, and crossing the bridge of Anzolo we'll learn about the Devil that ran away from an hole in the wall and we'l admire the famous bridge of sights.
We'll finish in Saint Mark's square, where capital execution happened, under the shadow of the two giant columns
Meeting Location + Tour Duration
Meeting location: Campiello San Giacometto or a place near to Rialto market
End location: Saint Mark square
Duration: 2 hours
this is a walking tour; better to wear comfortable shoes.
Estimated Local Cash Needed
2 euro - This is the price of a coffee at a counter in a Venice bar
Licensed Guides in Venice have no restrictions in: churches, historical buildings, all public museums and galleries and in most private collections.
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Very knowledgable and friendly. Rearranged our tour due to weather, and we appreciated it so much!