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Free walking tour Venice - Inspirational love

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  • Venice
  • Available in: English

About the guru Farid

I used to work as a coordinator at a tourism company for 6 months. I was born and raised in Baku, Azerbaijan where the tourism sector is quite developing day by day. Working as a tourist guide is a suitable job for someone who is fluent in four different languages. My first languages are English, Azerbaijani and Turkish while I can converse in Russian too. Generally, I'd dep... More »

I used to work as a coordinator at a tourism company for 6 months. I was born and raised in Baku, Azerbaijan where the tourism sector is quite developing day by day. Working as a tourist guide is a suitable job for someone who is fluent in four different languages. My first languages are English, Azerbaijani and Turkish while I can converse in Russian too. Generally, I'd depict myself a talkative and innovative person who would keep up with every sort of person especially people from the UK because I am undeniably fond of British history and culture. Thus, I want to work as a tourist guide. I personally do reckon that I might make a bunch of international friends and colleagues by doing this job. I've been to Venice for six months now so I know this dashing place respectively well. The place itself has a great tourism potential. Observing that, I can tell, you can see a load of sightseers all over the time. Venice is a kind of city that attracts your attention by its mystery. If it is foggy, you can visit San Marco square which is unquestionably the most visited place in Venice. When it comes to the locals they are smiley and friendly to the tourists. The cuisine is very rich too. We can see pizzerias anywhere in the city. I personally adore traveling that's why I decided to be a tour guide. When I was on a touristic trip to Germany and Austria there was absolutely no one to show me the city so I had to do everything by myself. I want to be the right hand for the people who they can rely on and have fun with. Being able to utter four languages (three fluently) will assist me find a common and cultural way to communicate with the holidaymakers.

About the tour

My tours are supremely unique because I see the sightseers as my friends coming from my hometown who need a proper guide to have fun with!

Venice is a marvelous city where you can make memories and stories to tell your grandchildren one day. The inhabitants of this place are rather warm and helpful. Even though the area is known for its great historical roots it is also a fascinating place to try the real northern Italian food and sweets. If you are visiting this place, you definitely purchase a bracelet or necklace made of Murano glass. Dinning in S. Marco square under the tones of live music is the greatest way to end your night in Venice. Gondola tours are also a choice if you are no seasick and we also must use to the vaporettos (ferries or sea buses). It is only transportation in the city based on the narrow channels

1. San Marco square

2. Rialto Bridge

3. Grand channel

4. Church of San Giorgio Maggiore

5. Da Vinci museum

6. Building Bridges Lorenzo Quinn

7. Lido

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Tour duration: 2 hours, 30 minutes

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