Sabrina was our guide on our 3rd day and she was excellent. We finished our tour feeling that we had learnt a lot about part of Venice's history. Highly recommended.
We had originally planned to do the 3-hour tour, walking and boat ride with kids but since we had done a similar boat tour earlier, so we opted for a custom walk from the Rialto bridge to the Dorsoduro area. It was a very interesting walk through many small back alleys of the San Polo and Dorsoduro sestieri of Venice. Definitely one of the few parts of Venice with fewer tourists! We were completely lost (!) in a maze of small alleyways as Sabrina easily navigated her way around and explained about many of the interesting places we saw along the way.
We ended our tour at the Ca' Rezzonico where she took us on a tour through the museum. I have to say that her presentation of Giandomenico Tiepolo's work in the museum and the prevailing zeitgeist in Venice at that period in its history was very well done!
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