Corte Nova

Castello 2869/A, Venice, 30122, Italy
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Personal guides in Venice

by Lu7149

We are traveling to Venice in September 2009. There will be six adults in our party. Does anyone know of a guide for a day or so that speaks English and would be willing to show us the sights for a reasonable amount of money? I know that most of Venice we can do on our own, but it would be nice to have a local person telling us about what we are looking at, etc. Thanks in advance, Lu

Re: Personal guides in Venice

by hawkhead

I'm pretty sure the Venice Tourist Office offers personal guided tours.

Re: Personal guides in Venice

by suvanki

Hi Lu, Do you all have a special interest ie art, churches, architecture, food and drink etc- this might help VTers find a suitable guide, and give you a more rewarding insight into Venice.

There are plenty of guided walks in Venice- some are very specialised (and accordingly priced) some concentrate on certain sights/ topics.Try Googling Venice Guided walks or Venice Guides etc for starters
There are regular tours of the Ghetto, I went on one of these and found it to be very interesting.
Feel free to check out my page on this tour http://members.virtualtourist.com/m/6f35e/22643/4/?o=1&i=4

I Hope that this is of some use. Please feel free to contact me for more information.
Best wishes,
Sue

Re: Personal guides in Venice

by Zvrlj

We have posted this a long time ago, as the answer on the Russian speaking guide forum question. Nada Arbutina is also a English speaking guide. She was our guide two times and we do recommend her.

So, here is the previous post:

Re: Russian speaking guide
Posted: Sun January 27, 2008 07:27 PM UTC
Nada Arbutina is excellent guide. She speaks Russian and her tours are very good because her routes are not the most usual ones. Here is her contact and link to promotive pamphlet:

e-mail: nada.arbutina@veneziaincontri.it
tel. (+39).041.5263712
fax. (+39).041.5261363
mob. (-39).338.6837255

http://www.veneziaincontri.it/Italiano/informazioni/brochure_contatti3.pdf

Have a good time in Venice
I&V

Travel Tips for Venice

'Carneval in Venice' is a Must

by globetrott


'Carneval in Venice' is really great ! ! !

B U T : If you dont come to see the carneval come here any OTHER TIME of the Year !

It is absolutely crowded, often the 'traffic of walking people' is stuck for half an hour, and nobody could tell you why! You cannot go on and cannot go back in these small streets! I really enjoyed that special kind of Carneval - its not like laughter at every corner, but sophisticated, great costumes, a certain melancholic atmosphere...

You should try it !!!

Pigeons all around..

by tomeek

Along with gondolas, pigeons are another "trade mark" of Venice! There are thousands of them, all around you! If you want to experience what Tammy has, feeding them from hands (or, better to say, from all over you!), nearby you can get a portion of corn, as soon as piggens see that in your hands, you are theirs! :-)

Give yourself at least two...

by Packerman

Give yourself at least two full days to absorb the essence of Venice. Don't you dare make it a quickie! The first time is what you will most likely remember if you plan on visiting more than once. Standing with my wife in different locations of Piazza San Marco at 10:30pm when almost all the tourists were gone, listening to the live music at 3 different cafes, and hearing the waves ever so lightly in the background and seeing the full moon come and go as the clouds passed by it.

When you need to go...

by christine.j

...you need to go. But I didn't see too many public toilets in Venice. Close to San Marco there are some, but they are only open during the day, from 10 in the morning to 7 in the evening.

Be sure to have some coins to open them.

Another toilet is in the train station, when you enter the area of the platforms, they are on the right side. Again, you have to pay.

PACK LIGHT!

by HeatherL17

Keep in mind that Venice is an island that you cannot drive into. You WILL have to carry all of your luggage around with you. Make sure you keep this in mind when packing. I learned the first time I was there, and it made the next times that much easier! Perhaps Boots, depending on when you go, if there is aqua alta!

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Address: Castello 2869/A, Venice, 30122, Italy