Venice Chorus Pass
ABOVE: Admission to the church of San Giacomo
dall'Orio is free with the Chorus Pass. (The church, which is one of the oldest
in Venice, has an attractive keel-vaulted wooden ceiling. It's located on a
friendly neighborhood campo in Santa Croce.)
Many of Venice's churches
use admission fees to help with their maintenance and restoration. You can save
money and avoid the hassle of buying individual tickets with the Chorus Pass,
which costs only €10,00 and lets you visit 16 Venice churches that charge
admission during a one-year period.
Since the price of an individual ticket is €3,00, you'll more
than recoup the price of the pass if you visit four churches.
You can buy the Chorus Pass at any of the participating churches
and at several other locations around town. It's also available online.
For details, including current prices and church opening hours,
see the "Information"
page at the
Chorus Venezia Web site.
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