Meet the local guide in Piazza Bra and start to visit, during a 30 minutes express tour, the famous Arena: the great Roman amphitheatre of Verona. Enter with your priority ticket and listen to the local expert telling you about Arena construction, its current and ancient use, and the historical legends behind it. Walk under the old marble...Read more
Enjoy a Classical Music concert in a 15th century Venetian Palace in Piazza San Marco.
The Famous orchestra is composed by musicians from the best orchestras of Veneto and it will execute a huge repertoire from the Baroque until Twentieth century music. You could listen to the famous Four Season by Vivaldi or the fabulous pieces of...Read more
Skip the long lines to enter in the imposing Palazzo Ducale (Doge's Palace) and the Royal Palace in Piazza San Marco. You will admire the stunning masterpieces of art collected by the Doge and the highest dignitaries of the Republic of Venice over many centuries. Cross the Bridge of Sighs and admire the old Venice Prisons.
Enjoy a 2.5 hour private tour of one of the most interesting museums of Venice taken by the hand of a local top-rated expert guide.
You will explore the sumptuous rooms where Sissi, Empress of Austria, used to live, the Procuratie Nuove, the old house of the city's most important ruling authorities, the "wonder rooms" and a spectacular...Read more
The Museum is dedicated to the thought and the works of Leonardo da Vinci and it is situated in the old town centre of Venice, Sestriere San Polo, at the Scoletta di San Rocco, in front of the Scuola Grande di San Rocco, 100 meters away from the Basilica dei Frari. Inside they are exposed working and testable reproductions of “Leonardo’s...Read more
Explore one of Europe’s foremost museums of modern art at your own pace and see masterpieces from art styles such as Cubism, Surrealism and Abstract Expressionism. Created by the American heiress Peggy Guggenheim, the collection was originally put on for the 1st post-war Venice Biennale. The following year, Peggy acquired the Palazzo Venier dei...Read more
The Murano Glass Museum was founded in 1861 when the darkest period in the history of Murano glassmaking had been overcome, following the fall of the Republic of San Marco (1797) and the subsequent years of foreign rule.
The Murano Glass Museum collection is laid out chronologically on the first floor of the museum. Starting from an...Read more
Admire the rich collection of Venetian paintings up to the 18th century, as well as some splendid examples from the Byzantine and Gothic 14th century to the artists of the Renaissance. Unparalleled works by Bellini, Carpaccio, Giorgione, Veronese, Tintoretto and Titian until Gianbattista Tiepolo are on view, as well as the Vedutisti of the...Read more