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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