The Palazzo Ducale 'Hidden Treasures'.

This small-group tour gives priviliged access to some newly-restored and rarely-seen areas of the Palace.
“Excellent tour. We saw areas the public do not see and were given a very inciteful history of the palace and life in the palace. We were able to bypass the queues which made it all that much easier”.
PT, Australia.
“Visit was quite superb. We spent almost three hours exploring the palace before our tour with the excellent guide Paola, which added much to the experience.
The ticketing process could not have gone smoother”.
MR, Great Britain.

Palazzo Ducale.

The ‘Hidden Treasures’ guided tour.


Customer reviews for: The Doge's Hidden Treasures guided tour

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4.5 out of 5 stars from 36 customers. 25 of them wrote reviews:

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AB, United Kingdom (Great Britain)
18th Aug 2019
5. Alex was a Very knowledgeable guide and it was an extremely interesting tour to see bits behind the scenes of the normal Palace visit.
JB, United Kingdom (Great Britain)
28th Apr 2016
Excellent guide made this tour exceedingly interesting. Highlight was probably the Titian.
JG, Australia
25th Mar 2016
The lady guide turned up and there were 9 people to take on the tour. We had arrived early and had coffee and used the toilet facilities. The tour operator was simply wonderful; the stories she told and the history of the place was great. It was one of the best tours we had had in Italy. We were shown secret passages and there were no crowds. Thank the tour lady for an excellent job. She finally left us to our own devices to see the rest of the Palace Ducale, the Bridge of Sighs and the prison cells. Fantastic.
DG, United Kingdom (Great Britain)
19th Sep 2015
5 fantastic and interesting trip only 10 people max on this tour
RN, United States
2nd Jun 2015
The tour was terrific and the guide was wonderful.

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