Digital Citypass for Venice
Take a daytrip to Venice
Venice Digital Pass
Discover Venice at your leisure
Venice is a popular city and many tourists holidaying on the Venetian Riviera go to the city on a day trip. Venice is the city of hundreds of bridges, canals, boats and gondolas, colourful houses, beautiful squares and narrow alleys; Venice is a must-see, must visit city!
The Venice Digital Pass is a convenient city pass for visiting Venice. With this pass you have skip-the-line access to the beautiful and busy Palazzo Ducale (Doge’s Palace), St. Mark’s Basilica and some museums on St. Mark’s Square. A classic 30-minute gondola ride through Venice’s canals is also included.
The Venice Pass is especially suitable for people who do not have to see everything during a city trip to Venice, but do have the most important highlights of the city, such as the Doge’s Palace on St. Mark’s Square and a gondola ride. A big advantage of this pass is that the card does not have 24 hours, 48 hours or other requirements.
The Doge’s Palace (Palazzo Ducale) is one of the most beautiful and impressive buildings in Venice. It has been transformed into a beautiful museum, including the private rooms of the doge, meeting rooms, armory, torture chamber and the piombi, the prison cells. In addition to access to the Doge’s Palace, the Venice Pass also gives you skip-the-line access to Museo Correr, the Archaeological Museum and the Marciana National Library.
St. Mark’s Basilica
The Basilica di San Marco is located on the square of the same name and is one of the highlights of a visit to Venice. Inside, enjoy the most magnificent mosaics, the Pala d’Oro (the famous ‘golden altar’), the beautifully inlaid floor and the treasury of the basilica. Be sure to take the stairs up, for a visit to the Loggia, for a beautiful view of Piazza San Marco and for a look at the famous bronze horses.
A classic trip with a gondola is of course part of a city trip to Venice. With the Venice Pass, you’re entitled to a 30-minute gondola ride through the canals in the city center.
The Venice Digital Pass does not include free public transport, but that is not a problem because you can buy one- or multi-day public transport tickets at various places in Venice or in your hotel. The Hop-on Hop-off Venice cruise is another alternative, which takes you past all the highlights of Venice.
Audio Guide App
The Venice Pass also includes an app with audioguide. With this you will discover more than 100 sights in Venice. Local guides provide commentary and tell about their ‘secret spots’. The app also includes walking routes.
After your booking you will receive a discount code which allows a 10% discount on other attractions, museums and tours in Venice such as the Hop-on Hop-off Cruise, Ca’D’Oro, Ca’Rezzonico en Galleria dell’Accademia.
Advantages of the Venice Pass
- Skip the line-tickets for Palazzo Ducale
- Skip the line-tickets for St. Mark’s Basilica
- Tickets for Museo Correr, Archaeological Museum and the Marciana National Library
- Classic Gondola Ride
- Audio Guide App
- All tickets and booking will be sent to you by email. You need not collect them in person.
- Discounts on attractions and tours in Venice save you money.
How does the Venice Pass work?
The Venice Digital Pass is not a physical pass, so you don’t have to pick up anything in Venice, but you can arrange everything online right at home! Select your arrival date in Venice. After ordering you will receive an email with a link. Here you can enter when you want to visit the attractions in Venice. You will then receive all tickets by email, which you can also show on your phone. You will also receive a discount code with which you can get a 10% discount at other museums, attractions, tours and excursions in Venice.
The city of Venice
Venice is known worldwide for its beautiful historic center with its many canals. It is actually not a city, but an interplay of 118 islands in the lagoon, 150 canals, 400 bridges and bridges and thousands of streets and alleys.
In the city of Venice you will find a large number of highlights. The Palazzo Ducale (Doge’s Palace) and the Basilica di San Marco on St. Mark’s Square are well-known examples of this. Other attractions include the Bridge of Sighs and the Ponte Rialto. A classic trip with a gondola is of course part of a city trip to Venice!