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About Slow Venice Day Boat Tours
Visit Venice and its lagoon using a traditional boat licensed and with a low environmental impact. The boat can carry from 2 to 20 people. Venice is different in every season. You can always go in the North lagoon or take a ride around the city from Giudecca to the Arsenale. Preferably in summer or spring in the South Lagoon and the Islands abandoned
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Luisa A wrote a review Oct 2017
Veneto, Italy36 contributions22 helpful votes
I organised this outing for a group of guests from Sweden and they loved it. From the Prosecco offered on the boat to the stop for lunch in Torcello and the walk in Burano Friendly, professional and not expensive. I highly recommend it .
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Date of experience: September 2017
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farbod_d wrote a review May 2015
New York City, New York10 contributions12 helpful votes
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This was an incredible tour, and I highly recommend anyone who visits Venice to give Alfredo a call. I've taken many tours of all kind in my lifetime, and Alfredo's was as good as it gets. He is a lifelong, proud, and extremely knowledgeable Venetian who knows the history and all the ins and outs of Venice. You're not going to get your standard touristy watered down tour throughout the canals of Venice, but instead you'll see parts of Venice that you'd never get a glimpse of by just walking around the island. Alfredo is extremely comfortable to be around, speaks great English, as I mentioned, knows everything and anything there is to know about the history of Venice. Also, he charges a very fair price. Though it was just my girlfriend and I, his boat is large enough for large groups, so if you have a few people with you, he can easily accommodate. Five stars all the way around.
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Date of experience: April 2015
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Chris W wrote a review Jun 2014
Venice, Italy409 contributions196 helpful votes
Alfredo is a Venetian who knows and loves the lagoon, he shows you some of the parts which are difficult or impossible to reach without a boat, such as San Francesco nel Deserto, Sant' Erasmo, the islands to the north of Burano and Torcello in the northern lagoon and Poveglia, San Clemente and the smaller islands in the southern lagoon. He also can arrange very special trips in the only surviving Trabacolo in Venice, but this is for "grander" events and a maximum of 30 people. This is a really unique experience.
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Date of experience: May 2014
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