Rialto Bridge

Rialto Bridge

Venice

Best tours and activities for Rialto Bridge

Things to know about Rialto Bridge

The Rialto Bridge is the oldest and the most popular of the four bridges spanning the Grand Canal in Venice.
 
Built on the site of an old pontoon bridge, the Rialto Bridge owes its name to its proximity to the Rialto Markets; originally made of wood, the bridge has assumed its current shape at the end of the 16th century.
 
The entire route of the bridge is covered by a portico, below which there are several traditional boutiques. Over the years the Rialto Bridge has become a real symbol of Venice: as well as by land, it can also be admired from one of the typical boats that cross the Grand Canal.

Tours and things to do in Italy

Group Tour of Rialto market and secret Venice with cicchetti and wine Venture on an exciting tour in Venice and get a real taste of Italy by tasting a few Cicchetti (Venetian tapas) with a glass of wine while sitting in a traditional osteria by the Rialto market. 
69,00
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Boat Tour on the Grand Canal to discover secret Venice This two hour boat tour in Venice will show you the city's main attractions as well as the lesser-known and tourism-friendly spots for a full city mini tour!
115,00
per person
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Food and Wine Tour with tastings of the Bacari in Venice A food and wine tour that will let you discover the Bacari of Venice, typical taverns loved by the Venetians. Learn more about the Venetian culture and taste some wine glasses, together with  typical cicchetti, aperitifs and appetizers made by fish or meal.
50,00
per person
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Private Gondola Ride in Venice, with Professional Tour Guide on Board A calm and intense sailing experience,a Private Gondola Ride in Venice, with Professional Tour Guide on Board across Venice canals. A gondola, your personal one. A guide, ready to narrate all the wonders you will admire. A tour, this tour, yours.
69,80
per person
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6-Days Escorted Tour from Milan to Florence, Venice, Verona, Como and Garda Lakes Marvel at art and architecture in Florence. Sail the waterways of Venice and see the glass blowing mecca, Murano Island. Visit Verona, home of Romeo and Juliet, as well as two stunning Garda and Como Lakes in Northern Italy. Depart from Milan and end in Rome!
1207,00
per person
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