Rialto Bridge
Wheelchair Accessible

Enter your dates to find available activities

Our most recommended Rialto Bridge Wheelchair Accessible

Venice: Guided Walking Tour with Food Tasting

1. Venice: Guided Walking Tour with Food Tasting

Explore Venice on a walking tour led by a professional guide. Learn about the city's history, experience its culture, and sample the local food. Start your tour with a traditional Italian breakfast. Enjoy your coffee and pastry while your guide introduces you to the legacy, culture, and history of the floating city. Stroll down cobblestone streets and across bridges as you make your way towards St Mark's Square, one of Venice's prime attractions. Admire the stately buildings that surround the square and see the Venetian-Byzantine domes of the grandiose St Mark’s Basilica. Follow your guide as you head to see Doge's Palace. Then, take a break from sightseeing to enjoy traditional Cicchetti and try some of the local specialties. The last stop on your sightseeing tour is the iconic Ponte di Rialto. Learn why this striking and daring structure was predicted to fall, and why it's still standing after more than 400 years. Finally, head to the Rialto Fish Market for one last taste of traditional Venetian fare. Top your experience off with an optional gondola ride and see the city from the water.

Venice: Smartphone Self-Guided Audio Tour App

2. Venice: Smartphone Self-Guided Audio Tour App

Tailor your tour of Venice to your unique individual interests using the navigation functionality on this smartphone app. Find out about the city's heritage at iconic landmarks like Doge's Palace and Capitoline Museum.  Make the most of your time with the suggested walking routes and the navigation option. Listen to cultural and historic information as you approach sites like the stunning 16th century Rialto Bridge which spans the Grand Canal.  Tune into your audio commentary to hear about the tourist hotspots like the grandiose St. Marks Square which hosts St. Mark's Bascilica, an ancient church which seamlessly mingles Byzantine, Romanesque, and Gothic elements.  Have the freedom to stop and resume your tour whenever you want. Pinpoint your favorite sights and source the best photo hotspots at attractions like the 14th-century sculptures which decorate the lagoon-facing Doge's Palace.

Venice: Hidden Corners of Rialto Guided Walking Tour

3. Venice: Hidden Corners of Rialto Guided Walking Tour

The tour starts at the Church of San Giacomo di Rialto and takes participants to the oldest and most important market in the city, the Rialto Market: It supplies not only the residents but also the local bacari (bars) and restaurants with fresh ingredients. Here at the market, the participants will discover numerous fresh products together with their guide and have some free time (about 15 minutes) to discover the market on their own. Afterwards, they will taste the products during a culinary break in the form of a cicheto (typical Venetian snack) and a glass of wine (or water as a non-alcoholic variant). Then the group continues on the traces of commercial history along the shady hidden side streets to the church of San Silvestro, where the guild of wine merchants was based. (It is not without reason that the adjacent bank along the Canal Grande is called "Riva del Vin", the "wine bank"!). At the end the participants will discover the place where luxury goods such as silk or gold were sold and end the journey through time with a view over the famous Rialto Bridge and its history. The tour ends again at the Church of San Giacomo di Rialto. This tour is accessible as there are no bridges to cross during the route. Please note that there is only room for 1 wheelchair in the premises during the tasting. Please use line 1 to the “Rialto Mercato” stop to get to the meeting point.

Venice: Hidden Corners Rialto Market Tour in German

4. Venice: Hidden Corners Rialto Market Tour in German

The tour starts at the Church of San Giacomo di Rialto and takes participants to the oldest and most important market in the city, the Rialto Market: It supplies not only the residents but also the local bacari (bars) and restaurants with fresh ingredients. Here at the market, the participants will discover numerous fresh products together with their guide and have some free time (about 15 minutes) to discover the market on their own. Afterwards, they will taste the products during a culinary break in the form of a cicheto (typical Venetian snack) and a glass of wine (or water as a non-alcoholic variant). Then the group continues on the traces of commercial history along the shady hidden side streets to the church of San Silvestro, where the guild of wine merchants was based. (It is not without reason that the adjacent bank along the Canal Grande is called "Riva del Vin", the "wine bank"!). At the end the participants will discover the place where luxury goods such as silk or gold were sold and end the journey through time with a view over the famous Rialto Bridge and its history. The tour ends again at the Church of San Giacomo di Rialto. This tour is accessible as there are no bridges to cross during the route. Please note that there is only room for 1 wheelchair in the premises during the tasting. Please use line 1 to the “Rialto Mercato” stop to get to the meeting point.

Frequently asked questions about Rialto Bridge Wheelchair Accessible

What are other things to do than Rialto Bridge Wheelchair Accessible that are worth visiting in Venice?

What are the best Rialto Bridge Wheelchair Accessible?

Which Rialto Bridge Wheelchair Accessible are taking additional COVID-19 precautions?

These Rialto Bridge Wheelchair Accessible are taking additional COVID-19 precautions:

Other Sightseeing Options in Rialto Bridge

Want to discover all there is to do in Rialto Bridge? Click here for a full list.

What people are saying about Rialto Bridge

Overall rating

3.5 / 5

based on 22 reviews

I decided on the tour, with food and gondola ride. The meeting point was well described and I got the contact details from the tour guide from Florencetown. And then I met Lorenzo. I had him all to myself and it was great. I love tours like this. Lorenzo has an absolutely great knowledge of Venice and history and really took the time to explain everything to me. The three hours passed almost too quickly. He had a bite to eat with me (the food is included). When Lorenzo speaks Italian, you hang on to his lips. I think the language is just beautiful and Lorenzo is a great man. The gondola ride was after the tour. also worked great. Lorenzo even gave me good tips after the tour where I can eat well. I felt very well. ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ Stars to Lorenzo and Florencetown. November is also a beautiful month for Venice.

We were lucky enough to be the only ones so we got a private tour. The guide Davide responded very individually to our knowledge and interests.

A group guided tour, but I was alone! Perfect! I scheduled it at the end of the stay (3 days). I was able to find answers to my questions...

Easy to install. Interesting explanations of many places in the city

Informative short information about the very dangerous!