A visit to the T Fondaco dei Tedeschi would not be complete without a visit to the Rooftop Terrace which features an overwhelming view of Venice. This magnificent place gives the T Fondaco a picture-perfect finish to its astounding transformation into Venice's new cultural and commercial epicenter.
• Visits are absolutely free of charge.
• Visits are limited to 15 minutes each.
• The maximum capacity of the Terrace is 80 people. Therefore, we highly suggest that you make a reservation beforehand.
• You can make an online booking here, or when you arrive at the T Fondaco on our iPads on the 3rd and the 4th floor (upon availability).
• A visit cannot be guaranteed for walk-ins. Please check availability at the Concierge on the 4th floor.
• The time on the ticket must be respected. We do not guarantee your visit if you arrive late.
• In the event of adverse weather conditions or other safety reasons, the management reserves the right to close the terrace without notice and regardless of reservations.
High season (June to August): 10:15 AM to 8:15 PM.*
Mid season (April to May, September to October): 10:15 AM to 7:30 PM*
Low season (November to March):10:15 AM to 7:15 PM*
*Time slots are available every 15 minutes.
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