Taste delicious food and wine immersing yourself in the exquisite culinary tradition of Venice. Spend an evening in the city, enjoy 3 glasses of wine and 3 appetizers at different venues and psyche yourself up to hear tales of ancient legends.
What to Expect
Enjoy a combination of food and spook, on this walking tour combining an itinerary through the well-known Italian gastronomic tradition and a wonder through the mysteries of the city’s evening atmosphere, enriched by ghost stories and local legends.
The ghost walk starts from Campo San Bartolomeo, near the famous Rialto Bridge, and you'll take a fascinating stroll between the Rialto area, Cannaregio and Castello. Around the Rialto area and its bustling market, you’ll visit some bacari (wine bars), full of character and populated by the locals. You’ll be able to taste some “cicchetti” (small appetizers of fish, seafood, meat, or vegetables) and an aperitif or ombra (the typical glass of wine in Venice). Accompanied by your knowledgeable guide, you'll endure the delectable tastes of three different types of wine on this evening tour.
The itinerary may vary in order to avoid the most crowded areas, and introduce you to the more intimate atmosphere that permeates the town at twilight.
- Visit to three Venice bars with one glass of wine and 1 'cicchetto' per person in each bar
- Guided walk
San Bartolomeo Square, in front of Goldoni statue
Know Before You Go
• Please arrive at the meeting point at least 10 minutes before the tour departure time.
• At the tour departure point you'll meet a representative who will check your vouchers and give you information to do the tour.
• No credit or refunds will be given in the case of a no show (if you don't show up at the meeting point at the time indicated on your voucher)
• This is a collective tour, which means there might be other participants going on the tour with you.
• Bilingual Tour (explanations will be provided in two languages if there's a mixed audience). Otherwise:
English: Tuesday, Friday, Saturday
• Please note due to the particular morphological structure of Venice and the logistic problems resulting from it, it cannot be guaranteed the whole tour is accessible to people with limited mobility. This means that people with walking difficulties and wheelchair users may not be able to access some parts of the itinerary.