San Marco Doge’s Palace Skip the Line and Guide Book
Save precious time and skip the long lines to the visit the imposing Doge Palace (old seat of Power of Venice). Wander in the marvelous halls and corridors at your own pace: see the incredible artistic masterpieces realized by great artists as Tiepolo and Tiziano! You will be stunned in front of the Golden Staircase and the incredible last Judgment: one of the greatest and largest painting in the world. Cross the Bridge of Sighs from the inside to reach the prisons where criminals were kept, including Casanova!
Use the handy guide book, provided in your chosen language, to learn the history of the palace and its masterpieces of art. Keep on discovering Venice in the Museo Correr where you will know the venetian lifestyle in the past!
Create your personal experience and use the 7 suggested itineraries in the guide book to discover the different palaces of St. Mark’s Square. See sculptures, libraries and painting from different centuries and learn the true history of this magnificent city!
Languages: English, French, German, Spanish, Italian, Japanese and Russian.
|Know before to go||
Unfortunately this tour is not fully accessible for wheelchair users or people with walking disabilities
This ticket includes one single admission to the Doge’s Palace and the combined museums. All museums could be visited in different days.
Collect the ticket to Venice Tours Access Point Calle Larga Ascensione, 1257, – The Access Point is the big grey newsstand between Fendi boutique and Poste Italiane (Post Office).
HOW TO REACH THE TICKET POINT:
With Piazza San Marco and the arches of Museo Correr at your back and the Poste Italiane (Post Office) in front of you, look on the left and you will see a big grey newsstand (with many souvenir and newspapers): that one is the Venice Tours Access Point. Please, go there and ask for the ticket.
“Skip the Line” entrance ticket to the Doge’s Palace and ticket valid to visit yourself the palaces around St. Mark’s Square (Museo Correr, Museo Archeologico Nazionale and Monumental Rooms of the Biblioteca Nazionale Marciana)