A Relaxing 3‑Hour Tour of Venice’s Canals

Expe­ri­ence Venice in this boat tour through 17 miles (27 km) of canals. “You will see the full Grand Canal going in both direc­tions, nav­i­gate through the small canals and under bridges and see sites that you can­not see by walk­ing.” It’s qui­et, med­i­ta­tive, a men­tal escape from the tedi­um of quar­an­tine life.

Right below, you can find a list of the stops along the way…

1:32​ Con­sti­tu­tion Bridge

2:02​ The Grand Canal (Full Tour)

3:23​ San­ta Lucia Train Sta­tion

13:33​ Rial­to Bridge

23:28​ Ponte del­l’Ac­cad­e­mia

30:38​ Piaz­za San Mar­co

36:08​ Small Inside Canals & Bridges

41:05​ Libre­ria Acqua Alta

44:08​ Cam­po San­ti Gio­van­ni e Pao­lo

47:16​ Open Water — Skip ahead to the next sec­tion

57:25​ Canal of Saint Peter

58:18​ Build­ing Bridges Sculp­ture

1:09:55​ Bridge of Sighs

1:16:15​ Rial­to Bridge & Grand Canal

1:18:39​ Small Inside Canals & Bridges

1:23:04​ The Grand Canal

1:27:14​ Pont del­l’Ac­cad­e­mia

1:34:44​ Rial­to Bridge

1:43:34​ Ponte delle Guglie

1:46:04​ Tre Archi Bridge

1:48:38​ Lib­er­ty Bridge (Ponte del­la Lib­ertà)

1:54:18​ Con­sti­tu­tion Bridge

1:58:38​ Close Call!

2:04:43​ Squero di San Trova­so (gon­do­la boat­yard)

2:07:23​ Grand Canal (short sec­tion)

2:10:44​ Small Canals and Bridges

2:17:14​ Grand Canal (short sec­tion)

2:20:14​ Mag­is­ter Cano­va

2:22:04​ Open Water

2:26:14​ Small Inside Canals & Bridges

2:30:44​ Piaz­za San Mar­co

2:33:04​ The Grand Canal (Full Tour)

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