We enter the Doge’s Palace, the highest achievement of Gothic architecture in Venice, through the Porta del Frumento (Corn Door) on the waterfront. The monumental complex was the symbol and center of the political and administrative life of the Serenissima.
At once the Doge’s residence, seat of government and court of justice and prisons, the Palace was for centuries the symbol of the wealth and power of the Venetian Republic.
approx. 1 hour
Adults: 31.00 € per person
2€ surchase from April 1, 2014
Children under 6: free ( reservation under infant)
Entrance fee to the Doge’s Palace for immediate access.
No waiting lines