Gondola & San Polo Guided Tour


490 €

Time: 60 minutes

Participants: max 4 people

Date: available every day

Private Gondola Package

Guided Tour on a Gondola for the 1600th Anniversary of Venice – San Polo

An expert guide will explain the history and share anecdotes about the buildings and people that have lived there over the centuries.

Private Gondola Tour
On-Board Guide
Rialto Bridge
Grand Canal


This is a private gondola ride, there will be a guide on-board with you.

Bring With You

Electronic or printed copy of the Voucher that will be provided to you by email upon confirmation of the reservation.


from 1 to 4 people


English, French, German, Italian, Russian, Spanish

Important Information
  • The guide will meet you at the meeting point, please be there 5-10 minutes before your scheduled departure time;
  • Each gondola holds maximum 4 guests, including children, plus the guide;
  • The tour lasts about 60 minutes, and follows a standard itinerary, and subject matter;
  • In case of adverse weather or tidal conditions, the duration and itinerary is subject to change;
  • You can contact us via email at info@gondolieritravel.com to request a change of the date and/or time of your reservation, or to cancel the booking without penalty at least 72 hours before the reserved time.

Meeting Point

Campo dei Frari in front of the Basilica

Other Useful Information

This new itinerary, created especially to celebrate the legendary birthday of Venice, will allow you to explore the neighborhoods of San Polo and Santa Croce. It will be an unforgettable experience in a gondola with an expert local guide!

After a brief walk on foot, the itinerary will pass mostly on the minor canals, where the silence is broken only by the rhythmic sound of the gondolier’s oar. In this magic atmosphere your private guide will unveil the mysteries of the birth of Venice, which, according to legend, happened 1600 years ago. We will also visit several tracts along the Grand Canal, and in this marvellous scenery you can admire the elegant architecture of Fontego dei Turchi, Ca’ Pesaro, to end up at the Rialto Bridge.