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Excellent guide

Our guide was very professional, very knowledgeable, and kept our interest tuned and made our visit a pleasure. Also, he was very organized. This was one of the tours that my family enjoyed the most.


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the tour was very good for avoiding massive queues. first we had the st mark's basilica and doge's palace tickets and later we asked the staff to upgrade to the tour at the same time. They was very helpful and arrange us a tour.


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The sights that we saw were beautiful and well explained by the guide. The Doge's Palace was stunning.


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Very informative

Sylvia was our guide & absolutely brilliant, really informative & interesting, would highly recommend!


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tour was great

Great tour! Tour guide was humourous and informative. The only hang up I had was that I wish the tour included Casanova’s jail cell and the upstairs terrace of St Marks Basilica. But apart from that, awesome tour! Would definitely recommend.


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Very informative

The tour was great and very informative! I learned a lot of interesting facts with this tour apart from the standard history.


St Mark's Basilica Tickets And Tours

Saint Mark’s Basilica is a spectacular sight. You could even go so far as to say it is the centerpiece of Venice. Sure, the canals define the city’s unique lagoon location, and the Doge’s Palace is awe-inspiring, but St Mark’s Cathedral takes the cake. Not convinced, head to St Mark’s square.

The grandeur of St. Mark’s Basilica’s five Byzantine domes, the jaw-dropping beauty of the golden mosaic portals and the polychrome columns is biblical and will stop you dead in your tracks. Once you've taken in all the beauty, head inside and marvel at the masterpieces.

Explore Venice’s top attraction with priority access and an expert guide!

Book your St Mark's Basilica tickets or tours & see it all.

Make the most of your visit to one of the most beautiful landmarks Venice has to offer. With online tickets, you gain fast-track entry so you can avoid spending hours in lengthy queues at the Basilica’s entrance.

Also, tours of St Mark’s allow you to learn about the church’s secrets with the help of a local expert. Let yourself immerse in the breathtaking beauty and history of the Venetian architectural gem; have an experience worth remembering!

St Mark's Basilica Tickets

Best St Mark's Basilica Tours

The Basilica’s Highlights

#PicturePerfect #St Mark's Venice

The Basilica: Know Before You Go

Quick Facts



Known For

Architecture, Carnival

Activity Type

St Mark’s Basilica Visit

Yearly Visitors

25 Million + (city visitors)

High Season

June - August

Currency Required

European Euro

Time Zone

GMT +2:00

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St Mark's Basilica Tickets

  • No matter which month you decide to visit the Basilica, expect long lines at the entrance. That is why it is worth reserving fast-track tickets or taking a tour. Besides the priceless skip the line entry, you will enjoy an hour of exploring the church’s breathtaking treasures and stories; all with a licensed expert.

  • For a day full of memorable moments, reserve St Mark's Basilica and Doge's Palace tickets. Full-day excursions include a stop at the Museo Correr, Museo Archeologico Nazionale, and the Biblioteca Nazionale Marciana. You may even have a chance to watch a Venetian glass craftsman at work! 

Best St Mark's Basilica Tours

  • Would you like to go sightseeing at the close of the day? Take an after-dark guided tour of the Basilica with Doges Palace tickets. Enjoy the last-entry access to St Mark’s church, and explore the stunning sights from a different perspective!

  • If you plan to see as much of Venice as possible, opt for a walking tour with privileged access to the Basilica and St Mark's museum tickets. Enjoy a pleasant walk in a small group as you explore the legendary Italian city!

  • Why not explore the “City of Canals” from the water? Book a St Mark's Basilica tour that includes a Gondola ride. This is by far the most unmissable experience when in Venice!

The Basilica’s Highlights

Are you wondering, what can I see in the church with Basilica San Marco tickets? If so, here are the top highlights:

  • Marble columns featuring many hues and patterns on the front facade.
  • The Basilica's central portal boasting three arches.
  • Mosaic of Porta di Sant'Alipio, the only surviving mosaic from the 13th century.
  • 8000 square meters of interior mosaics.
  • The tomb of Saint Mark.
  • The Baptistery.
  • The Pala d'Oro, a jewel-encrusted altarpiece.
  • The Treasury filled with booty from the Crusades.

#PicturePerfect #St Mark's Venice

Are you upset that you cannot capture the beauty of the Basilica’s interior? No worries. Wherever you go around Venice, you will always find inspiration for your next Instagram hit. Here are some suggestions for you to consider:

  • Take a selfie as your Gondola passes by the famous Rialto Bridge in the Grand Canal.
  • For iconic views of the Italian city, climb the Ponte dell'Accademia bridge. 
  • Of course, don’t forget to take a snap of the grandiose facade of the Basilica on Piazza San Marco!

Got a winner and want to be featured? Choose your best snap from your adventure that you had with Basilica San Marco tickets, post it on your IG, and tag #dotravelgram.

The Basilica: Know Before You Go

  • Respect St Mark's Basilica dress code. After all, it is a place of worship. A general rule of thumb is to cover your shoulders, arms, and legs. And, of course, no flip-flops!

  • Large backpacks and suitcases are not admitted into the church; take this into consideration when planning your visit.

  • As you enter the Basilica, you are expected to respect the silence. Also, it is strictly prohibited to take pictures or videos inside the church.

  • Avoid booking St Mark's Basilica tickets for Sunday or holidays, since the usual tourist crowd mixes with those going to the church for mass service. In case you do plan to visit on one of these days, check beforehand the Basilica’s opening times, as they may be affected.

  • Basilica di San Marco tickets with guided tours can sell out fast due to the attraction’s popularity, so make sure you reserve in advance.


Do you need tickets for St Mark's Basilica?

The entrance to the main body of the Basilica is free. However, if you want to see the original statue of The Horses of St Mark, Treasury, or Pala d’Oro, you will need to pay a St Mark’s Basilica entry fee. The entry pass also includes St Mark's Basilica museum tickets.

For as little as €3-4 (a typical fast-track St Mark's Basilica ticket price), skip long lines at the entrance and see more of the church!

As for the cost of guided tours, the prices range from €25 to €30.

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What are the St Mark's Basilica opening hours?

On regular days, St Mark’s Basilica hours are between 9:45 am to 5:00 pm. On Sundays and religious holidays, between 2:00 pm and 4:00 pm or 5:00 pm (depending on the season). 

Do I need a guide for the Basilica?

St Mark's Basilica skip the line tickets and combos like Doges Palace and St Mark's Basilica tickets may not be enough. Many visitors opt for tours, as guided excursions enrich your experience and help you unveil the Basilica’s history and artistic value. Besides, with Saint Mark's Basilica tickets that include a tour, you get so much more!

  • Ask any questions about the monuments and presented artworks. 
  • Let your expert guide lead you around and share the attraction’s history.
  • Don’t miss any of the church’s highlights.
  • After the tour, you can still enjoy the Basilica on your own.

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