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VENICE FREE CASANOVA TOUR

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Venice

Campo San Giacometo

30121 Venice

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Introduction
Among the various characters who populate the story of Venice, Giacomo Casanova is surely the best well-known. Protagonist of countless gallant adventures, traveler through the Europe of the Enlightenment, spy on behalf of the Serenissima and tireless writer, Casanova has surely marked his era, becoming one of the symbols of the Venetian 17th century, a period linked to the splendor of the Most Serene Republic of Venice, but also to its worst vices and transgressions. It is the century of moral decay that anticipates the end of a millennial history. Do you want to discover the places that have seen consuming the vicissitudes of the famous Casanova? Take part in our tour, it will surprise you. Each guide has studied and tested itineraries that make every tour unique. Take part to JMwalkingtour, it will surprise you.

Meeting Point
Campo San Geremia, near the well where you will find our guide with the JMwalkingtour sign.

Departure Time and Length of the Tour
The tour startsat 7 PM and lasts 2 hours in average.
Your arrival 15 minutes before it starts will allow the tour depart on schedule. Times and routes may vary depending on weather conditions.

Thank You

JMwalkingtour is a project by Justmen, a Non-Profit Association which works to render Venice sustainable and accessible to all, believes in the values of humanity and in multicultural wealth, and strives assiduously to facilitate the daily life of disabled people in the context of preserving the architectural patrimony of the city.

Thank you in advance for your participation to JMwalkingtour and for your donation that contributes to the development and maintenance of the Association.

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Venice

Campo San Giacometo

30121 Venice

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