From Lake Garda: day trip to Venice (bus + boat)

Lake Garda to Venice day trip. Embark on the discovery of Venice with a bus and boat tour departing from various locations around the lake.

Lake Garda to Venice day trip

Venice, an artistic masterpiece amidst the waters of the Mediterranean, enchants every tourist with its extraordinary architecture and captivating legends. Discover it all with us on a day trip itinerary from Lake Garda to Venice by bus and by boat! Immerse yourself in fascinating anecdotes and historical information that bring to life the millennia-old history of this city. The tour offers a guided overview and free time to explore Venice at your leisure.

1. Discover the beautiful city of Venice
2. Information about the day trip from Lake Garda to Venice (bus + boat)

Lake Garda to Venice day trip
Credits: Henrique Ferreira

Discover the beautiful city of Venice

Exploring Venice is a fascinating journey through time, amidst the secrets and wonders of this unique city. Across epochs of changes and transitions under various rulers, Venice secured its independence. In the 15th century, it reached the pinnacle of global trade, adorning itself with sumptuous palaces. However, the discovery of America led to a shift in trade, weakening its supremacy.

In response, the Venetians reinvented themselves, directing the economy towards agriculture. In the 18th century, Venice shone as one of Europe’s most influential cities, boasting artistic, architectural, and agricultural wealth. It became part of the Kingdom of Italy in 1805.

Every corner of Venice offers incredible and unforgettable views. Since 1987, “Venice and its Lagoon” has been a UNESCO World Heritage Site.

Tour in autobus a Venezia dal lago di garda
Credits: Geoffroy Hauwen

St. Mark’s Square, with its imposing Basilica and the Campanile, is the focal point of this city suspended between water and history. The Rialto Bridge, an undisputed icon, offers a breathtaking view of the Grand Canal, while the Doge’s Palace narrates the intrigues of Venetian power through its sumptuous rooms.

Gondoliers transport visitors on a romantic journey through the canals of this charming city. Murano, the glass island, unveils the secrets of an ancient craft in its furnaces, while at sunset, Venice adorns itself with golden reflections, revealing its romantic soul.

Tour in autobus a Venezia dal lago di garda
Credits: Antonio Molinari

Information about the day trip from Lake Garda to Venice (bus + boat)

Embarking on the discovery of Venice from any shore of Lake Garda is made possible by a convenient private bus. You will arrive in Venice well-prepared, armed with valuable information and tips that will make your visit unique.

Throughout the day, you will have the opportunity to explore some of the most iconic places, including the picturesque Bridge of Sighs, the majestic St. Mark’s Church, the imposing Campanile, and the renowned Rialto Bridge. You will then have free time at your disposal to explore the city at your leisure.

Ticket Information:

  • The ticket includes a round-trip bus journey, a guide, headphones, a private boat to St. Mark’s Square, and a guided tour lasting approximately 45 minutes.
  • We recommend booking at least 48 hours in advance to ensure availability.
  • Wheelchairs and strollers are not allowed, considering that Venice is a city of bridges and not very accessible.
  • Pets are not allowed.
  • This tour is available in English and German.
  • The bus ride from Lake Garda to Venice will take between 2 to 4 hours (more or less), depending on where you hop on the bus. Remember that the east coast of Lake Garda is closer to Venice.
  • It is possible to add a 25-minute gondola tour at the cost of €28.00 per person, a 1-hour lagoon cruise at the cost of €25.00 per person, or both for €45.00. All can be booked on the day of the tour.

Venice is an experience that weaves its way into the hearts of all who visit, an enchantment that endures through its timeless history and beauty. Are you ready to embark?


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