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Skip the Line St. Mark's Basilica Guided Tour

From US$31.50
Highlights
  • Save hours of waiting in line with skip-the-line entry to St. Mark’s Basilica
  • Let a guide reveal easy-to-miss details on a guided tour 
  • Gain access to the Golden Pall, one of the world's most valuable objects
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Skip the Line St. Mark's Basilica Guided Tour
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12 pm - Spanish commentary
Bilingual tour operated by a multilingual guide from November to March. Monolingual tour from April to October.
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12 pm - English commentary
Bilingual tour operated by a multilingual guide from November to March. Monolingual tour from April to October.
From US$31.48
12 pm - French commentary
Bilingual tour operated by a multilingual guide from November to March. Monolingual tour from April to October..
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Overview
The long lines that St. Mark’s Basilica (Basilica of San Marco) attract are a testament to its popularity. Save hours of precious vacation time on a skip-the-line tour of Venice's famous cathedral. Inside, a guide reveals details that you may have missed if exploring independently, and provides commentary that brings the landmark’s rich history to life. Plus, your admission ticket includes access to the Golden Pall, too.
What to Expect

Greet your guide at a central Venice location at the departure time chosen at checkout. Please note your guide is multilingual, and this tour is bilingual.

With your skip-the-line admission ticket, bypass long lines often in excess of two hours and head straight inside the world-famous cathedral, St. Mark’s Basilica.

Alongside your guide, admire intricate Italo-Byzantine architecture characterized by golden mosaics. Visit the remains of St. Mark, and marvel at the Golden Pall, considered one of the most valuable objects in the world.

After your tour concludes, you can remain inside St. Mark’s Basilica to explore further if you'd like.

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1 - 5 of 9 reviews

Reviewed 3 weeks ago
Skip the line st basillica

First of all this a free entrance,we booked this free service for £21.00 each and were told to go to a meeting place. We waited for 40 minutes , no one turned up and eventually we joined the non paying people and just followed them...More

Thank Hamid T
Reviewed 4 March 2018
Definitely use skip the lines for this Basilica depending on when you go. If winter time, you don’t need it.

Plus it’s cheaper to do the tour vs paying individually for each exhibit. While we did the tour in winter we didn’t know any better. The lines during winter were short but the extras made worthwhile.

Thank ItalyTour2018
Reviewed 21 November 2017
Best option to see St mark's

Very nice and knowledgeable guide, patient with a group that included children, in a time where the basilica was very crowded. Can't recommend it more

Thank Evandro P
Reviewed 17 November 2017
Skip the line is the only way to go

We purchased tickets to skip the line at st marks basilica. It was not a guided tour. Even at the end of October there was a line to get into the basilica so it was great having the tickets. We were able to walk right...More

1  Thank Penny C
Reviewed 6 November 2017
WELL WORTH THE PRICE

We decided to opt for the guide tour, not just to skip the queue but to add some depth and learning. We joined a small group of six, the guide was very knowledgeable as to the history of the basilica and her English was excellent....More

2  Thank Trevor T
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chamqual
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Response from CanadaChicas | Reviewed this property |
We only booked the skip the line portion which only gets you a reserved time to enter. The church itself is free, but there are very long lines. The tour is self guided, but there are other attractions to see once inside... More
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