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Venice: Private Accademia Gallery and Dorsoduro Tour10 Reviews
Visit the Accademia Gallery with a private guide and see the famous works of Bellini, Giorgione, Veronese, Tiepolo, and more. You'll also have the chance to explore the picturesque Dorsoduro neighborhood.
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- Marvel at the extraordinary collection of more than 800 paintings
- Explore the picturesque Dorsoduro district with its beautiful monuments and museums
- See famous works from artists throughout history
- If you're lucky enough, you might be able see the Vitruvian Man
DescriptionEnjoy a private tour to visit the most important and famous museums in Venice, the Accademia Galleries. Inside, your guide will take you to see the extraordinary collection of Venetian paintings created between the fourteenth and eighteenth centuries by great masters who made the history of European painting. You can admire works belonging to the Byzantine art, to the Gothic period, until you'll meet the Renaissance artists such as Bellini, Giorgione, Tintoretto and Carpaccio and the 1600 'landscape artists' such as Longhi, Canaletto and Guardi. The Galleries of the Accademia di Venezia also host the 'Vitruvian Man', the famous pencil drawing made by Leonardo da Vinci at the end of the 15th century. Because of its inestimable value, the work is exhibited only on rare occasions. At the end of the tour, you'll have the chance to walk, with your private guide, around the 'artistic' Dorsoduro district 'Sestiere Dorsoduro'. There, you'll see the most representative spots such as Campo Santa Margherita, Fondamenta Zattere and Campo San Barnaba.
IncludesPrivate tour guide Entrance tickets for the Accademia Gallery Tour of the Sestiere Dorsoduro
- For security reasons, access to the museum is prohibited to all those who have their faces covered by any element that can make it difficult to recognize the person
- Small dogs are allowed as long as they are kept in the special kennels
- Inside the museum it is allowed to take photos but strictly without using the flash.
- It is forbidden to introduce and eat food inside the Museum.
- There are lifts, platforms and elevators that facilitate the exhibition route for people with different abilities.