Visit of 'Residencial city place' where the last Venetians are now living
Discover Gran Canal and its majestic Rialto bridge and St. Mark's square
Taste our delicious and traditional 'seafood cuisine' and tapas called cikketti
This is a sightseeing experience based on culture, history, art, sea-food, white wine or prosecco and.. a lot of fun!
You will have the opportunity to see of course the splendours of Venice by night: enjoing gorgeous squares, places, churches and monuments, but also you will sure understand what is for us, the last Venetians, the real millenary masterpiece of this city and how our traditions and culture are still going to survive just hidden behind the most crowed city places; discovering this city for what it really is for us!
Also We will visit one of the best Osteria ( local street sea food) of Venice where you will try a lot of different and delicious 'cicchetti' together a Giant Prosecco _ White Wine Magnum bottle made here!
Bring your camera since We will cover all the most important city place spending our time walking around the best skyline as possible until St. Mark's square and its unbeatable romantic atmosphere!
In the end of the tour: You can decide between different typologies of 'Aperitivo time'
2) White wine
4) Coca cola
5) Water ( Nat/Sp.)
The spritz is made with local white wines of Veneto: Pinot Grigio, Soave, or Prosecco. The bitter liqueur could be Aperol, Gran Classico, Select, Campari or Cynar. If you are in Venice and you ask for a spritz without specifying the bitter, you'll most likely be served a spritz with Select.
Prosecco is a specific type of sparkling wine from the Valdobbiadene region of Veneto in the Northeast of Italy. It is a so-called D.O.C (G) white wine - with D.O.C (G) standing for 'Denominazione di origine controllata'. Translated into English, it this means it is a product with a controlled (and guaranteed) designation of origin. And actually, there are various types of Prosecco, as it comes in different styles, sweetness levels, quality grades, and different degrees of carbonation. In fact, Prosecco is available with no carbonation at all.
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