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The Doge's Palace is arguably the most important building in Venice as it was the seat of the Government for centuries. On your own private tour, as you walk through its lavish chambers, learn more about the Doge and his counsellors who made Venice a modern, liberal state. But the most interesting part of this tour is the visit to the area that was closed to everyone but a few trusted men of the republic – the chancellor’s office where secret documents were stored, the torture chambers and the prison where Casanova was incarcerated.
This is a popular tour and often sells out. Should this tour not be available on your chosen date we may have availability for the regular group version of the tour. Please check USEFUL DOWNLOADS.
Your private guide will meet you at your hotels in the St. Mark's area for your Doge's Palace Private Tour.
You will walk to the Doge's Palace for your tour of what is arguably Venice’s most important building, the Doge's Palace, the seat of the Government for centuries. See the lavish chambers and enter areas that were closed to everyone but a few trusted men of the republic. See the Chancellors Office where secret documents were kept and the Torture Chamber where enemies of the state would be tortured before the state inquisitors. You will also see the "I Piombi" Prisons, where among others, Casanova was imprisoned.
This is a private tour and can therefore be adapted to your interest, discuss your requirements with your guide on the day.
The tour ends in the centre of Venice.
Voucher Information: No need to print! You can show your voucher on your smartphone or other devices. (But if you’d rather print a copy – that’s fine too!)
Please call the local activity operator anytime between 9:00am – 5:00pm, Monday to Saturday, at least a day prior to the start of the tour to confirm the departure details.
Your tour guide will be holding sign with your name written on it
Hotel pickup is available outside the St Mark's area for an additional fee of 33 Euros