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Venice: Venetian Lagoon Tour and Galleon Dinner

Venice: Venetian Lagoon Tour and Galleon Dinner

Discover the serenity of the enchanting city of Venice with a dinner cruise aboard a Venetian Galleon. Watch the city's lights reflecting on the water as you savor a gourmet meal while sipping on wine and Aperitivo. Pick from Central Deck seating and stern/prow seating. Meet your host in front of the Museo Navale in Venice and, once on board, the crew will lead you to your reserved table and offer you a delicious glass of Prosecco DOC. Sit by candlelight at an elegant table, and eat with a fine and well-finished service. Book the Central Deck for panoramic windows with exceptional views, or choose the prow/stern areas with tables for 4 that offer a more intimate atmosphere. On the prow, there are two small portholes at the top and there is no view of the outside. Select to sit at the stern which is connected to the kitchen/bar and has small windows for a partial view of the outside. Couples might be seated at one shared table (however, the tables are big enough to guarantee each couple privacy). Be swept away by the old-fashioned charm of a boat as you immerse yourself in in the magic of the Venetian Lagoon. At dusk, the Galleon will slowly leave shore and head into the northern lagoon. Take in views of the minor islands such as Sant’Erasmo, and San Francesco del Deserto. Taste a variety of delightful specialties prepared by the onboard chef while you sail towards the Venetian Arsenal and then past the islands of Vignole, Mazzorbo and the artistic Murano. Circumnavigate Burano which is famous for its picturesque, colorful houses and the Leaning Bell Tower. Sail back to the San Marco basin and past the island of San Giorgio. Head on to Venice and the cruise for a spectacular view of the San Marco basin. Disembark at the Museo Navale.

Venice, Submarine Enrico Dandolo and Naval History Museum

Venice, Submarine Enrico Dandolo and Naval History Museum

Measuring 46 meters long and nearly 5 meters wide, the Enrico Dandolo Submarine is one of the first four submarines designed during the Cold War era. Silent, maneuverable, and fast, these submarines were equipped with advanced technologies that fortunately were never used for offensive purposes. Today, located within the spaces of the Arsenal, the Submarine is open to all visitors. Purchase your additional ticket to board and discover the control room and torpedo launching chamber. With your ticket, you will have the opportunity to explore not only the Submarine but also the MUNAV, the Naval Historical Museum of Venice, for two days. Just a 5-minute walk from Piazza San Marco and adjacent to the Ancient Arsenal of Venice, MUNAV is owned by the Italian Navy and is the most important naval museum in Italy. With an exhibition area of 6000 square meters, immerse yourself in the glorious maritime history of Venice through a five-floor exhibition.

Venice Castello area: Private Walking Tour

Venice Castello area: Private Walking Tour

Meet you local guide in front of the equestrian monument of Vittorio Emanuele II, which is just a short walk along the water front not too far from Saint Mark's Square. We make our way through the labyrinth of alleyways into the heart of Castello, the largest residential area of Venice. Passing through Campo Della Bragora, now Bandiera e Moro and then through Calle Della Morte (Street of death), your guide will tell you about the people sentenced to death here, by the Venetian Council of 10. We continue our tour and arrive at the School of San Giorgio Degli Schiavoni, which holds a painting by the famous artist “Carpaccio”. We then continue our walking tour to San Francesco Della Vigna, the church is dedicated to San Francesco Di Assisi. Crossing the Ponte Del Cristo we arrive at the Celestia, which is on the eastern side of the city overlooking Saint Michele's cemetery and the Island of Murano where they make the glass. We then following a special constructed walkway which goes around the outer wall of the Arsenale, (which means the house of industry). Today this is a military area and not open to the public, and once known as the most important ship building yard in Europe. We continue our walking tour making our way towards the magnificent entrance of the Arsenale passing traditional maritime houses of famous captains and merchants from the Venetian Navy. At the end of the tour, optional visit inside the Ships Pavilion or the naval museum (visit not guided, ticket to pay on spot). Here you will see many historical Venetian boats, including a copy of the Bucintoro, the Disdotto, the funeral Gondola of the Venetian Doges and also several war ships, giving you a real feel of the maritime history of the city.

Museo Storico Navale: Our most recommended tours and activities

Venice: Venetian Lagoon Tour and Galleon Dinner

Venice: Venetian Lagoon Tour and Galleon Dinner

Discover the serenity of the enchanting city of Venice with a dinner cruise aboard a Venetian Galleon. Watch the city's lights reflecting on the water as you savor a gourmet meal while sipping on wine and Aperitivo. Pick from Central Deck seating and stern/prow seating. Meet your host in front of the Museo Navale in Venice and, once on board, the crew will lead you to your reserved table and offer you a delicious glass of Prosecco DOC. Sit by candlelight at an elegant table, and eat with a fine and well-finished service. Book the Central Deck for panoramic windows with exceptional views, or choose the prow/stern areas with tables for 4 that offer a more intimate atmosphere. On the prow, there are two small portholes at the top and there is no view of the outside. Select to sit at the stern which is connected to the kitchen/bar and has small windows for a partial view of the outside. Couples might be seated at one shared table (however, the tables are big enough to guarantee each couple privacy). Be swept away by the old-fashioned charm of a boat as you immerse yourself in in the magic of the Venetian Lagoon. At dusk, the Galleon will slowly leave shore and head into the northern lagoon. Take in views of the minor islands such as Sant’Erasmo, and San Francesco del Deserto. Taste a variety of delightful specialties prepared by the onboard chef while you sail towards the Venetian Arsenal and then past the islands of Vignole, Mazzorbo and the artistic Murano. Circumnavigate Burano which is famous for its picturesque, colorful houses and the Leaning Bell Tower. Sail back to the San Marco basin and past the island of San Giorgio. Head on to Venice and the cruise for a spectacular view of the San Marco basin. Disembark at the Museo Navale.

Venice, Submarine Enrico Dandolo and Naval History Museum

Venice, Submarine Enrico Dandolo and Naval History Museum

Measuring 46 meters long and nearly 5 meters wide, the Enrico Dandolo Submarine is one of the first four submarines designed during the Cold War era. Silent, maneuverable, and fast, these submarines were equipped with advanced technologies that fortunately were never used for offensive purposes. Today, located within the spaces of the Arsenal, the Submarine is open to all visitors. Purchase your additional ticket to board and discover the control room and torpedo launching chamber. With your ticket, you will have the opportunity to explore not only the Submarine but also the MUNAV, the Naval Historical Museum of Venice, for two days. Just a 5-minute walk from Piazza San Marco and adjacent to the Ancient Arsenal of Venice, MUNAV is owned by the Italian Navy and is the most important naval museum in Italy. With an exhibition area of 6000 square meters, immerse yourself in the glorious maritime history of Venice through a five-floor exhibition.

Venice Castello area: Private Walking Tour

Venice Castello area: Private Walking Tour

Meet you local guide in front of the equestrian monument of Vittorio Emanuele II, which is just a short walk along the water front not too far from Saint Mark's Square. We make our way through the labyrinth of alleyways into the heart of Castello, the largest residential area of Venice. Passing through Campo Della Bragora, now Bandiera e Moro and then through Calle Della Morte (Street of death), your guide will tell you about the people sentenced to death here, by the Venetian Council of 10. We continue our tour and arrive at the School of San Giorgio Degli Schiavoni, which holds a painting by the famous artist “Carpaccio”. We then continue our walking tour to San Francesco Della Vigna, the church is dedicated to San Francesco Di Assisi. Crossing the Ponte Del Cristo we arrive at the Celestia, which is on the eastern side of the city overlooking Saint Michele's cemetery and the Island of Murano where they make the glass. We then following a special constructed walkway which goes around the outer wall of the Arsenale, (which means the house of industry). Today this is a military area and not open to the public, and once known as the most important ship building yard in Europe. We continue our walking tour making our way towards the magnificent entrance of the Arsenale passing traditional maritime houses of famous captains and merchants from the Venetian Navy. At the end of the tour, optional visit inside the Ships Pavilion or the naval museum (visit not guided, ticket to pay on spot). Here you will see many historical Venetian boats, including a copy of the Bucintoro, the Disdotto, the funeral Gondola of the Venetian Doges and also several war ships, giving you a real feel of the maritime history of the city.

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4.8
(990 reviews)

What a wonderful evening. The food was great. Both in quality and quantity. The staff/service was exemplary. Great atmosphere. Even the background music seemed to be well chosen. Drinks were more than sufficient. We were/are delighted. When we come back to Venice, this event will be part of our trip again. All thumbs up. 👍

The attention of the staff is simply fascinating. They have been the only people in all of Italy who treated us with politeness and great kindness.

The dishes are delicious and fresh, the Prosecco offered is also delicious. The atmosphere is calm with few tables, the music also soft.

Superb activity, a pleasant team, the meal is excellent! We recommend !

Beautiful scenery, attentive service, delicious meals and drinks