Welcome to Antonella, Ilaria, Martina and Natalia’s website!

We are four Venice’s licensed and specialized tourist guides, as well as four friends who share the same profession, interests and a great love for this unique city. We will be pleased to take you through the maze of canals, calli and campielli to disclose Venice’s wonders and secrets.

Browse through our website for a brief introduction to the many tours available. Feel free to contact us by telephone or e-mail for further information or if you are thinking of a tour that does not appear within our proposals.

A few lines or even a website cannot embrace the immense range of possible places and itineraries! Venice is a small city but it is a casket treasuring a wealth of precious jewels.

Let’s set off to the discovery of the pearls of the Lagoon!

 

Tours

FROM S. MARCO TO THE RIALTO

In a thousand years of history Piazza San Marco has always represented the political, social and religious heart of the Republic. Leaving the Basilica of Saint Mark, the Palazzo Ducale, the Libreria...

CORRER MUSEUM

Facing onto Piazza San Marco, this museum takes its name from the collector Teodoro Correr who, on his death, bequeathed many artefacts and paintings to the City. Of particular interest are several...

GREEKS AND DALMATIANS

Venice always maintained strong commercial relations with these peoples, and they have left their mark on the city in those areas where they settled; important testimony to their cultures are to be...

HISTORICAL NAVAL MUSEUM

Owned by the Italian Navy, this is their most important museum in Italy. The tour begins with exhibits recalling the maritime achievements of the Serene Republic, but also of the Italian Navy and of...

SAN POLO

The Rialto has always been at the commercial heart of Venice, also the area most frequented by the famous courtesans of Venice. The bridge links the quarters of San Marco and San Polo and offers a...

THE FRARI AND SAN ROCCO

Santa Maria Gloriosa dei Frari is a splendid Franciscan church which over the centuries has accumulated innumerable works of art ranging from the sculpture of Donatello to that of Canova and from the...

RICHARD WAGNER

Richard Wagner dearly loved the city, staying here often and indeed dying here. A walk through those places often visited by him, from the Hotel Danieli to his final resting place, via Saint...