Cruise along Venice’s famous waterways on flexible Venice hop-on, hop-off boat tours, and book at the best prices on isango! Choose between 24 or 48-hour tickets and discover the charms of the floating city by hopping on and off at attractions of your choice. Here for a short time? Then this quick city tour is perfect for you. Enjoy panoramic views as you glide down scenic canals and past landmarks like the Bridge of Sighs and Palazzo Rezzonico. Hop on hop off where you choose, that's the beauty of these city tours. Routes also cover the quaint islands of Murano and Lido so save on travel costs and explore more than just the touristy attractions. Experience the charms of over 150 intersecting Venetian canals and 400 bridges on a Venice hop-on, hop-off cruise, this is sightseeing at its very best. Looking for convenience, flexibility, and budget-friendly rates? We’ve got you covered!
An archipelago of more than 115 islands, Venice is connected by over 400 bridges. Famously touted as the ‘City of Canals’, Venice has over 150 canals that are filled with gondolas and motor-powered boats.
All types of tourists from all over the world come to Venice to explore its canals on the gondola for a memorable experience. Gondola is a traditional Venetian boat that is made from wood and is handcrafted to use mainly for tourism purposes. It has been used for local transportation since the 11th century. Venice has been sinking since the 5th century at a rate of around 1-2 millimeters per year. The Carnival of Venice is one of the most popular carnivals that is known for its intricate details like costumes and masks. St. Mark’s Basilica is the most popular tourist attraction in Venice that is located within St. Mark's Square along with other famous landmarks like Doge’s Palace.
You can visit Venice any time of the year depending on your personal preference and what you want to do there. Weather wise, the best time to visit Venice is between April to October. July to August is the peak tourist season. If you want to avoid crowds, visit during the shoulder season. Venice is renowned for its celebrations, including the February Carnival of Venice and the odd-year Venice Biennale. You can also visit during these festivities. However, it's advisable to schedule your trip accordingly.
The Venice bus tour allows you the flexibility and convenience to disembark at the nearest designated stop, without a tour guide dictating your itinerary. The stops are conveniently located at major attractions, reducing any possible inconvenience during your tour. Once you're ready to continue, simply return to a designated bus stop, present your pass, and hop back on the bus to proceed to your next destination. This means you can take a complete loop of the route after obtaining your tour ticket, familiarize yourself with the city, identify your preferred spots to visit and revisit them during your stay.
You can visit the relevant product page and check the Useful Downloads section to find the latest information as routes, stops, and timings change frequently.
That will depend on the tour provider. You’ll find that hop-on hop-off tours can be either live or audio-guided. Many will have a pre-recorded commentary that’ll share fascinating information about the history of Houston, its culture, and many places of interest. You’ll find that the audio commentary will be provided in various languages. English, French, German and Spanish are the most commonly used, but others may be available. Check the specific product page for full details of all the languages offered.
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