Venice (and vicinity) , San Bortolomio Square, In Front Of Goldoni Statue, Italy
Take part in a typical happy hour in Venice and enjoy a real “bacaro tour”, one of the most entertaining traditions of Venetian culture!
The tour will begin near the Rialto Bridge, where you will meet the local guide: after a short stroll to see the famous Rialto marketplace, the itinerary will continue with the visit of 3 typical Venetian bars, called “bacari”.
The aperitif is a ritual all over Italy with different traditions from region to region. The traditional Venetian aperitif is a time for socializing: the inhabitants of Venice meet before dinner to enjoy an aperitif with local wine and taste typical snacks. The Venetian happy hour takes place in the “bacari”, which are small bars offering an intimate atmosphere and a large variety of delicious “cicchetti” made of fish, meat and vegetables.
In each of the 3 “bacari” you'll be visiting on this tasty tour you can enjoy a glass of wine and one “cicchetto”. Immerse yourself in this amazing Venetian after-work tradition and enjoy the original experience of an aperitif in Venice!
At the tour departure point you will meet a representative who will check your vouchers and give you information to do the tour.
English on Tuesday, Friday and Saturday
Spanish on Tuesday. German on Friday
French on Saturday
Explanations will be provided in two languages if the audience provenience is mixed.
Voucher type: Printed
Printed Voucher. Print and bring the voucher to enjoy the activity.
San Bortolomio Square, in front of Goldoni statue - Venice - IT
Please ensure you arrive at the meeting point at least 10 minutes prior to the tour start time.
End point: Same as starting point
18:00 - 19:45
Duration: 105 Hours
Guiding type: Guide
No refunds or re-bookings can be provided for late arrivals or no shows after tour commencement or departure. Please note that due to Venice’s unique location and logistical problems resulting from it, we cannot guarantee that the whole tour is accessible to people with limited mobility. This means that people with walking difficulties and/or wheelchair users might not be able to access some attractions on the itinerary.
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