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Venice: Borges Labyrinth Entry and Audio Guide Tour

1. Venice: Borges Labyrinth Entry and Audio Guide Tour

For the first time, visit the inside of Borges Labyrinth, a 3,200-foot-long path. Grab your audio guide and listen to an original soundtrack created specifically for the site by the composer Antonio Fresa, performed by the Teatro La Fenice Orchestra. Begin with a visit to the New Manica Lunga, the ancient Benedictine dormitory transformed into a library center with a renovation by the architect Michele De Lucchi. Continue with a tour of the labyrinth, accessible for the first time, with an audio guide. Stroll along the path lined with 3,200 boxwood plants, designed by Randoll Coate, and inspired by the Jorge Luis Borges story "The Garden of Paths that Fork." Opt to add lunch to round off the experience. On september 26th, 27th and october 5th,10th, 11th, 26th and 27th the library and the balcony will not be part of the visit.

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What people are saying about Borges Labyrinth

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4.6 / 5

based on 18 reviews

The best thing to do in Venice. 10/10 if you want to escape all the lazy, slow Americans. Our guide was so knowledgeable and kind— and the audio headset with the classical music playing while we roamed the labyrinth truly transported us back in time. Absolutely would do this again if I ever come back to Venice (which, is very unlikely due to the large quantities of tourists).

It was a surprise. I booked the visit last minute, a few hours before. Clear indications, excellent organization with audio guide. For me, excellent value for money.

Good experience. We arrived a little late but they still let us in and visit the place. We entered the labyrinth and independently found our way out.

It was wonderful! A very friendly management and a very interesting experience!