The city of Venice is unmistakable and unforgettable: the beautiful St. Mark’s Square, its canals with the gondolas, the romantic bridges that connect the city and the sunset that colours the sky and sea red.
Venice also lingers in your heart because of its hidden and unique corners, its colourful details that make any day beautiful, the cooling sea breeze on hot summer days, the gentle sound of the water lapping against the boats in the canals and last, but not least, the welcoming tradition of aperitifs.
Similar to tapas in Spain the Bacaro Tour is a totally Venetian tradition: it is a going round the local inns to enjoy a good glass of wine accompanied by typical local products. The bacaro in Venice is the typical very simple inn where you can enjoy a good glass of wine (also called “ombra”) accompanied by various titbits, often fried, called “cicchetti.”
As well as the good local wine, you can also try (and enjoy) a Spritz, a very popular alcoholic aperitif also appreciated in Venice. The cicchetti, as well as fried titbits, are very varied; you will find fish, meat and salami, to satisfy even the finest palates.
Walking through Venice gives you an appetite, and after exploring the city on foot, the Bacaro Tour is the ideal pause to discover the food and wine traditions of the city and be completely enchanted by them, for an unforgettable end to the day!