Heritage of Performing Art in Venice Walking Tour
This is a perfect tour for art lovers. You will go to all the artistic parts of the city and some of the places where theatres used to stand. You will learn about the history they offered the city. Most of the tour takes part in San Marco where the famous La Fenice opera house still attracts large audiences. Together with a local professional guide, you will discover Venice’s music and theatre world, the history of the Carnival, and Casanova’s theatrical life. This tour will definitely light up the spirits of anyone who loves art and music. As the guide gives you the history of the theatres, you will experience the new ways that art is done in Venice.
- Professional local tour guide
- Objects will not be visited from inside
Route & Duration
Chiesa di San Basso
This church is a hidden gem in Venice, known for its incredible architecture and intricate artwork, making it a valuable addition to the city's cultural heritage.
St Mark's Square
Iconic square and one of the most famous landmarks in Venice and is surrounded by some of the city's most famous attractions, including St Mark's Basilica and the Doge's Palace. Its significance as the center of political and religious life in Venice makes it a must-see.
La Fenice is one of Venice's most renowned opera houses and has a rich history that dates back to 1792. With its stunning interiors, rich cultural heritage and world-class performances, it is a testament to Venice's cultural and artistic achievements.
Musica a Palazzo
This unique concert experience offers visitors the opportunity to enjoy classical music in the intimate setting of a Venetian palace.
Teatro San Cassiano
This historic theater is one of the oldest in Venice and has played host to some of the city's most famous musical and theatrical performances. Visitors can learn about its fascinating history and admire the intricate architecture
Named after the famous Venetian playwright, Carlo Goldoni, this theater is one of the city's most iconic cultural landmarks. Teatro Goldoni is a testament to Venice's passion for the performing arts.
This historic theater has a rich and fascinating history, having played host to some of Venice's most famous performances over the centuries.
Campo Santi Giovanni e Paolo
This historic square is one of the largest in Venice and is surrounded by some of the city's most important buildings, including the Scuola Grande di San Marco and the church of Santi Giovanni e Paolo.
Teatro San Gallo
A historic theater and one of the most beautiful and well-preserved in Venice that has played host to some of the city's most famous musical and theatrical performances.
In front of Chiesa di San Basso
(P.za San Marco, 315, 30124 Venezia VE, Italy) See Map
You can cancel up to 24 hours in advance of the experience for a full refund.