Venice, Night 2: Venetian Ghost Tales and Squid Ink Pasta

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    1. I’m so glad you liked it! I know ghost tours aren’t everyone’s bag but i love them for the historical stories and mysterious local lore.

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  1. Recommendations please! What tour company did you use? Would you recommend them? How much? etc… please and thank you =) I actually live in Padova and obviously get to Venice often but have never done a ghost tour. And with family coming to visit in Jan it might be a cool night out since everyone has already done Venice before.

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    1. Of course, Amber, no problem! We took the Venice Ghost and Legends Walking Tour from Viator Tours. You can purchase tickets for 25 euros each here: https://www.viator.com/tours/Venice/Venice-Ghost-Walking-Tour/d522-2635GW

      I would recommend this tour. The tour guide was a local and very knowledgable about the history of Venice, as well as ghost-related historical facts. I think you’d really enjoy this tour. It definitely let’s the city “come to life” and you can easily transport yourself back to 1500s-1700s Venice with Cristina’s ghost tour guidance. It will give you a different taste of Venice as opposed to the usual spots. I’d say it’s a bit scary at parts (the story of the butcher who killed the kids…) so I wouldn’t recommend it for kids younger than 13 years old.

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