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Private Tour: Venice Art and Architecture Walking Tour
"Highlights on the tour include the interior of the grand Gothic San Giovanni and Paolo church with the largest stained-glass window in Venice and the jewel-box Renaissance exterior of the Miracoli church.During the tour you will make your way through a maze of narrow alleyways to the area where the illustrious Venetian Marco Polo lived. Along the way your informative guide will give you a clear understanding of the evolution of a broad range of artistic and architectural achievements in Venice."""Discover the incomparable art and architecture of Venice on a private walking tour with your very own guide. You'll focus on areas of architectural and artistic richness away from the well-trodden pathways and enjoy personalized attention on your private title=Tour+Highlights&1=Two-hour+private+guided+walk+through+Venice&2=Focus+on+the+art+and+architecture+of+Venice&3=Stained-glass+window+of+San+Giovanni+and+Paolo+church+and+beautiful+Miracoli+church&4=Enjoy+privileged%2C+personalized+attention+from+your+
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Veneto Wine and Dinner Pairing in Venice
"Make your own way to one of Venice’s internationally acclaimed restaurants just a short walk from St Mark’s Square or San Marco water bus stop. Take a seat at your private table sip on your aperitif and then sit back and relax as your evening of classic Veneto food and wine commences.After ordering your food chat with your sommelier about wine in the region and select four different glasses of wine to complement the flavors of each course. The Alps shelter Veneto from northern Europe’s extreme climate creating near-perfect conditions for growing the grapes that yield the region's legendary crisp whites and smooth reds. Like the menu the wine featured at the restaurant often varies
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"Private Tour: San Polo Walking Tour - Merchants
"Private Tour: San Polo Walking Tour - Merchants Courtesans and Painters""In a city where west met the east exotic items like silk and oriental spices were traded along with copper and wood. Many of the courtesans lived in sumptuous apartments and were accomplished musicians and brilliant conversationalists. They were even secretly used as spies for the state.The second part of this tour allows you to admire the Gothic Frari church which dwarfs the eastern section of San Polo. Built by Franciscans in around 1250 it is one of the city's largest places of worship. You will admire its striking interior
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Harry's Bar Tips (35)

Harry's Bar

Who knows if Harry's bar even serves food, but the Bellini's are to die for. A definite must for fans of Hemingway to visit this bar. Gentlemen: no shorts are allowed in Harry's, the staff will ask...
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jmhenry1123
Sep 28, 2004

Harry's Bar

If you happen to go to Harry's Bar, go straight to the bar and order the World's Best Bellini (peach & champagne). Don't sit to eat, though. My friend and I did and spent over $50 each on a club...
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LostBoyPN
Jan 14, 2005

Harry's bar

Each time I look at the VT restaurant list with Harry's bar as number two (now in October 2010 as number 1) and all the negative comments, I wonder what this bling-bling place is doing in the...
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breughel
Oct 25, 2010

Harry's Bar

SAN MARCOI'd walked past this famous bar/restaurant twice already without realising. When I'd decided to treat myself to one of their legendary Bellini cocktails, it took me a while to find it. I was...
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suvanki
Oct 06, 2010

Harry's Bar

There are many great restaurants in Venice. But none can compare with HARRY'S BAR. For Harry's Bar is the birthplace of the Bellini drink and the delicious (and much-copied) Carpaccio dish! For the...
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Krystynn
Jan 24, 2004

Harry's Bar

We were coming to the end of a busy day, and tried to go up the Campanile - but it was closed - so we decided to go and have a relaxing quiet drink somewhere. My tourist book highlighted that Harry's...
NikkiKemp
Dec 30, 2005

Harry's Bar

We generally don't frequent "World Famous Restaurants". Having read an article in Saveur Magazine we thought we would take a shot.I can't say that this is a horrible restaurant, but it's designed to...
gaweca
Jan 14, 2005

Harry's Bar

Opened in 1931 by Giuseppe Cipriani and named after Harry Pickering, a favourite client who funded its opening, Harry's Bar in Venice is the 'birthplace' of my favourite cocktail - the Bellini (peach...
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Maria81
Dec 17, 2011

Harry's Bar

I can truly say that this review will give an unbiased opinion, as Harry's Bar was booked for us and we were not aware of it's reputation or history before or during dinner. It was a memorable...
dibaco
Mar 05, 2009

Harry's Bar

My wife and I were both looking forward to Harry's Bar while we were in Venice, my wife because Giada from the Food Network cable channel went there and drank Belini's and myself because what American...
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fdrich29
Aug 14, 2006

Harry's Bar

This may have been once the most famous bar in Venice, the place Hemingway was fond of hanging out in (and getting drunk in, no doubt). These days it is a tourist trap, full of people who think they...
annaveronica
May 23, 2008

Harry's Bar

The best way to describe the interior of Harry's Bar is that it reminds you of a working mans club. Small room with bare walls and reproduction prints complete with seats hugging the walls all the way...
nat5
Jul 12, 2006
 
 
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Things to Do Near Harry's Bar

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Piazza San Marco

I really enjoyed visiting Venice and all the beautiful buildings and musea. The piazza san Marco is the central square of Venice. On the square you'll find the entrance to the Doge's Palace and The...
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Campo San Bartolomeo

Campo San Bartolomeo is one of the attractions of Venice and it located just a stone's throw away from the famous Rialto Bridge in the Grand Canal. It one of the most packed areas of venice at it is...
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Museo Correr

Originally built to be an apartment for Napoleon, it is now one of the Civic Museums of Venice. If you buy a ticket to enter the Doge's Palace after 3:00 pm, admission to the Correr Museum is...
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Torre dell'Orologio - St. Mark's Clocktower

just beside the Basilica San Marco, along the intersection of Piazza Marco and Merceria Orologio Street sit another famous attraction in Piazza San Marco which is the Torre dell'Orologio (St Mark's...
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Ponte degli Scalzi

The (Ponte degli Scalzi (bridge of the barefoot monks) is again one of the four bridges that cross the Grand Canal of which and was formerly the nearest bidge to Piazzale Rome until 2008 when the...
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Casino

German opera composer Richard Wagner had a love affair with Venice, making six lengthy visits during the latter years of his life. His Italian retreat served as a quiet oasis away from the noisy...
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Getting to Harry's Bar

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San Marco 1323 Calle Vallaresso

Hours

  • Sunday 10:30 to 23:00
  • Monday 10:30 to 23:00
  • Tuesday 10:30 to 23:00
  • Wednesday 10:30 to 23:00
  • Thursday 10:30 to 23:00
  • Friday 10:30 to 23:00
  • Saturday 10:30 to 23:00

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