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The Venice handicapped cruise excursion allows you to visit both sides of Venice.

The Venice handicapped cruise excursion allows you to visit both sides of Venice.

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  • 1. Taste of Venice Handicapped Cruise Excursionwww.sagetraveling.com/taste-of-venice-handicapped-cruise-excursion
  • 2. 2 unique neighborhoods: Popular tourist Venice + daily life Venice• This Venice handicapped cruise excursionallows you to visit both sides of Venice: the popular and magnificent tourist attractions in St. Mark’s neighborhood & the intimate and charming neighborhoods where Venetians live their daily life.• You will be experiencing far more of Venice than most cruisers who spend a day here. www.sagetraveling.com
  • 3. The Taste of Venice Handicapped Accessible Cruise Excursion beginswith a wheelchair accessible water taxi transfer to the Rialto Mercatoneighborhood where you can visit the morning fish market and the fruitmarket.You can visit the shops in the intimate back streets before having lunchalong the Grand Canal in the shadows of the Rialto Bridge. www.sagetraveling.com
  • 4. The afternoon of this Venice handicapped cruise excursionstarts with a wheelchair accessible water taxi picking you up andtransporting you to St. Mark’s Square for your 2.5 hourHeart of Venice Accessible Guided Tour of St. Mark’s Basilica and theDoge’s Palace. www.sagetraveling.com
  • 5. You’ll have a few remaining hours to explore St. Mark’s neighborhoodusing the Venice Accessibility Guide by Sage Traveling before taking awheelchair accessible water taxi back to your cruise ship. www.sagetraveling.com
  • 6. Accessible Cruise Excursion Itinerary9 am (or whenever your cruise ship arrives)A wheelchair accessible water taxi will meet you at the cruise dock andbring you directly to the Rialto Mercato neighborhood. www.sagetraveling.com
  • 7. Morning• Your morning will be spent visiting the beautiful and accessible Rialto Mercato neighborhood.• You will get to see the fish market and the fruit market where Venetians purchase their supplies on a daily basis. Pictures of the fish market and fruit market are shown below. www.sagetraveling.com
  • 8. After seeing how Venetians spend their daily lives, you’ll have the Restof the morning to explore the beautiful piazzas and back alleys usingthe wheelchair accessible routes provided by Sage Traveling. www.sagetraveling.com
  • 9. Lunch• You’ll have lunch at one of the accessible restaurants on the Grand Canal next to the Rialto Bridge.• Vaporetti, gondolas, and private boats will slowly cruise by your restaurant while you soak in the ambience of Venice.• What a great view! www.sagetraveling.com
  • 10. 12:30 pmA wheelchair accessible water taxi will pick you up in the Rialto Mercatoneighborhood and bring you to the famous St. Mark’s Square. www.sagetraveling.com
  • 11. 1 pm to 3:30 pmAt 1 pm you will meet your tour guide at the Porta della Carta for yourHeart of Venice Accessible Tour. www.sagetraveling.com
  • 12. Tour Meet-up Location (at Porta della Carta which is the Doge’s Palaceexit): Accessible entrance Entrance to Doge’s to St. Marks’s Square palace (1 step) Exit to Doge’s Palace And Tour Meet-up Point www.sagetraveling.com
  • 13. • The next 2.5 hours will be spent hearing about the fascinating history of the city of Venice and the Venetian Empire.• You will visit the Doge’s Palace using the wheelchair accessible elevator (shown on the lower left) as well as the St. Mark’s Basilica using the wheelchair ramp (shown on the lower right). www.sagetraveling.com
  • 14. 3:30 pm to 6 pmThe rest of your afternoon will be free to choose as you please.You can either:1) Explore the other nearby tourist attractions such as the towering Campanile, the Bridge of Sighs (ramped bridge to view the Bridge of Sighs shown below on the left), and the Correr Museum (accessible entrance shown below on the right)2) Relaxing and shopping using the bridge-free routes we will provide that connect the accessible shops. www.sagetraveling.com
  • 15. 6 pm (or whenever you need to be picked up)The wheelchair accessible water taxi will pick you up at the St. Mark’sneighborhood and bring you directly back to your cruise dock. www.sagetraveling.com
  • 16. Venice San Marco Accessible Shore Excursion DetailsShore excursion duration: Full dayCost: 480 euro with guided tour (295 euro without the tour guide)Days of the week the excursion is offered: Every dayMeeting place: Venice cruise dockDress code: Covered knees and shoulders (to get into St. Mark’sBasilica)Number of people on tour: Up to 6 peopleEntrance tickets: Not included www.sagetraveling.com
  • 17. We look forward to making your accessible dream vacation a reality! Call Us: 1-888-645-7920 Contact us at info@sagetraveling.comwww.sagetraveling.com/taste-of-venice-handicapped-cruise-excursion