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VENICE – 2 DAYS

Visit Venice, the city of bridges, canals and gondolas. The city is known for its traditional production of glass and lace, as well as for one of the most interesting carnivals in the world, due to which Venetian masks have become one of the most sought after souvenirs. But did you know that, in their centuries-long tradition, masks originally served as a cover for those who committed acts that were not in accordance with church regulations? Today, however, they are one of the most recognizable symbols of Venice and an absolute ‘must have’ for every visitor. Join us, therefore, on our trip to Venice, find the ideal souvenir for yourself, and take home many more unforgettable memories.

ITINERARY

DAY 1, SPLIT – VENICE

Departure from Split at 11:00 PM from the main bus station. Driving through Trogir and Rijeka (possible subsequent boarding of passengers with prior notice). Pleasant drive through Slovenia and Italy with short stops along the way for rest. Arrival to Punta Sabbioni, the port from which we will set off in a vaporetto in the direction of Venice. Free time for a short break and coffee, which is followed by a tour of the city: Giudecca Canal, one of the main canals of Venice - Riva degli Schiavoni, a wide street (waterfront) along the bay - Bridge of Sighs, one of the most famous bridges in Venice - St. Mark's Square, the main square of Venice where you can see the Procuracoes and the St. Mark’s Basilica, one of the most beautiful and interesting churches in the world - Doge's Palace, Gothic palace that served as the residence of the Venetian doge - Grand Canal, the largest canal in Venice and the famous Rialto Bridge, which is also its oldest bridge - an interesting Casa d'Oro , one of the most beautiful palaces in Venice. Free time for your own activities and lunch. Return by boat to Punta Sabbioni. Bus ride to the hotel and check-in at the hotel. Overnight stay.

DAY 2, MURANO - BURANO - SPLIT

Early breakfast. Check out from the hotel and bus ride to Punta Sabbioni. We continue our journey sailing to the islands of the Venetian Lagoon. We visit Murano, also known as the island of glass, because even today you can see various presentations of traditional hand-made glass, as well as the famous Museum of Glass. The next stop on our way is the island of Burano, also known as the colorful island because of the houses painted in cheerful colors. What is glass for Murano, that’s the lace for Burano, which is produced there in bulk. Free time for lunch and a walk. Return by boat to Punta Sabbioni. Departure to Croatia. Arrival in Split in the evening hours.

 

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Visit Venice, the city of bridges, canals and gondolas. The city is known for its traditional production of glass and lace, as well as for one of the most interesting carnivals in the world, due to which Venetian masks have become one of the most sought after souvenirs. But did you know that, in their centuries-long tradition, masks originally served as a cover for those who committed acts that were not in accordance with church regulations? Today, however, they are one of the most recognizable symbols of Venice and an absolute ‘must have’ for every visitor. Join us, therefore, on our trip to Venice, find the ideal souvenir for yourself, and take home many more unforgettable memories.

ITINERARY

DAY 1, SPLIT – VENICE

Departure from Split at 11:00 PM from the main bus station. Driving through Trogir and Rijeka (possible subsequent boarding of passengers with prior notice). Pleasant drive through Slovenia and Italy with short stops along the way for rest. Arrival to Punta Sabbioni, the port from which we will set off in a vaporetto in the direction of Venice. Free time for a short break and coffee, which is followed by a tour of the city: Giudecca Canal, one of the main canals of Venice - Riva degli Schiavoni, a wide street (waterfront) along the bay - Bridge of Sighs, one of the most famous bridges in Venice - St. Mark's Square, the main square of Venice where you can see the Procuracoes and the St. Mark’s Basilica, one of the most beautiful and interesting churches in the world - Doge's Palace, Gothic palace that served as the residence of the Venetian doge - Grand Canal, the largest canal in Venice and the famous Rialto Bridge, which is also its oldest bridge - an interesting Casa d'Oro , one of the most beautiful palaces in Venice. Free time for your own activities and lunch. Return by boat to Punta Sabbioni. Bus ride to the hotel and check-in at the hotel. Overnight stay.

DAY 2, MURANO - BURANO - SPLIT

Early breakfast. Check out from the hotel and bus ride to Punta Sabbioni. We continue our journey sailing to the islands of the Venetian Lagoon. We visit Murano, also known as the island of glass, because even today you can see various presentations of traditional hand-made glass, as well as the famous Museum of Glass. The next stop on our way is the island of Burano, also known as the colorful island because of the houses painted in cheerful colors. What is glass for Murano, that’s the lace for Burano, which is produced there in bulk. Free time for lunch and a walk. Return by boat to Punta Sabbioni. Departure to Croatia. Arrival in Split in the evening hours.

 

Included in price

- Transport by comfortable tourist bus of high category

- Bed and breakfast in a 3 * hotel on the basis of 1 night (double and triple rooms)

- Travel companion

- Local tourist guide 

- Travel insurance

Price does not include

- Surcharge for single room

- Tickets for cultural and historical monuments and museums

- Surcharge for excursions

- Surcharge for meals that are not according to the program

 

Important

- It is necessary to arrive 15 minutes earlier at the meeting point.

Border, visa, and health formalities:

Citizens of the Republic of Croatia do not need a visa for Italy, but an identity card or a valid passport is required for travel. Passengers who are not Croatian citizens are obliged to find out about the visa regime of the country they are traveling to on the website of the Embassy of the country of which they are citizens.

In case of loss or alienation of the travel document, the nearest Croatian representative office in Italy is located in Padua.

The Honorary Consulate is located at: Corso Milano 74, 35122 Padova, Italia.

Contact information: tel. 00 39 049 821 8622, fax. 00 39 049 821 1816, e-mail: consolatocro.pd@libero.it.

Information related to Covid-19

Anyone entering Italy is required to complete the Digital Passenger Location Form (dPLF) (https://app.euplf.eu/#/).

To enter Italy, you need a Digital EU Covid certificate that meets one of the following conditions:

- Completed vaccination cycle against Covid-19 (2 or 3 doses) or

- Recovery from disease caused by Covid-19 virus or

- Negative PCR or antigenic test performed by swab (PCR test must not be older than 72 hours and antigenic must not be older than 48 hours before entering Italy)

In case of impossibility to present a digital EU Covid certificate, i.e., Covid passport, entry into Italy is allowed only under the condition of self-isolation for 5 days after which an antigenic or PCR test is performed. Children under the age of six are exempt from the obligation to undergo a PCR or antigenic test. Minors (aged 6 to 18) traveling with a parent who is not subject to self-isolation (because the parent has a vaccination certificate or a certificate of cure) are also exempt from the isolation obligation but must present proof of testing by smear with a negative result. From 1 February 2022, the duration of the COVID certificate has been reduced from 9 to 6 months.

From January 10, 2022, to March 31, 2022. Only people who have Covid confirmation that they have been vaccinated against the SARS-COV2 virus and people who have recovered from the virus will be able to participate in most social activities and use public transport - buses, trains, boats, etc.

The same certificate is required to enter hotels and similar structures, fairs, congress halls, restaurants, sporting events, swimming pools, theaters, sporting events, restaurants, and indoor cafes.

Until 31 March 2022, the consumption of food and beverages in restaurants, on the counter or at the table, indoors (and from 10 January 2022 and outdoors), is allowed only to persons holding a "reinforced Covid certificate" (vaccinated and cured) with the exception of children under the age of 12 and persons excluded from the vaccination campaign on the basis of an appropriate medical certificate.

In Italy, from 11 February 2022, it is no longer mandatory to wear a face mask (of any kind) outdoors, but it is necessary to have it with you. In addition, throughout the national territory, until 31 March 2022, it is mandatory to wear a face mask (type FFP2) in all means of public transport (including trains, ferries, and aircraft), during public events, whether they are held in indoors or outdoors, as well as during any sporting event (indoors or outdoors).

 

Departure point

Main bus station Split

Departure time

23:00

Description

Stroll along the wide Venetian waterfront, known as the Riva degli Schiavoni. It is believed that it was named after the Croats who had their trade stands there, and which the Venetians previously called Slavonia, or Schiavonia. Because of the St. Mark’s Square, located nearby, the waterfront had an extremely significant position, suitable for the development of trade.

Pass through one of the most famous bridges in Venice, the Bridge of Sighs. There are several legends associated with the origin of such a name. According to the first legend, the name originated from the sighs of lovers who passed there. However, since the bridge was built in the 17th century as a link between the old and the new prison, according to another legend, prisoners who sighed because of their suffering, were passing there and it was after their sighs that the bridge was named. It is interesting to know that one of the prisoners who managed to escape is the famous seducer Giacomo Casanova.

Venice is dominated by its most beautiful spacious square, St. Mark's Square. It represents a combination of different cultures with each new person who steps on it, and in fact it is considered the only square in Venice because all the others, due to their smaller size, are called camps, i.e. fields. It is also famous because it houses the basilica of the same name, which originally served as the doge's chapel, and in 1807 became a cathedral. It is believed that its construction began in 828, when the powers of St. Mark transferred here from Alexandria. According to legend, Alexandria did not allow the body to be taken out of the city, and these powers were brought to Venice by deception. The basilica was demolished several times, and was finally completed in the 11th century. There are also the famous Procuratorates, i.e. three two-storey palaces, connected in the shape of a horseshoe, and they were once inhabited by the highest state orders, the so-called procurators, among whom the doge was elected. It is believed that Italian procurators served as a model for the construction of those in Split. The procurator who was elected doge would get a residence in the so-called To the Doge's Palace and he would reside there for as long as his term lasts.

Apart from squares, churches and palaces, Venice is best known for its numerous canals, and the largest and busiest of them is the so-called Grand Canal. It also houses the most important bridge, the Rialto Bridge, which for years was the only way to cross the canal on

 
 

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For a full refund, cancel at least 7 days in advance.

 

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