Venice is a once in a lifetime experience you can’t duplicate anywhere else in the world. From landing at the Venice airport to taking a speedboat to your hotel, the start of your trip is already a breathtaking and unique experience. Spanning the Grand Canal, view Venice from Rialto Bridge, the most popular bridge in Venice. Enjoy the iconic view of the city and watch the sunrise, sunset, gondolas, vaporettos, and ferries travel through the canal.


For a unique view of Venice, visit Doges’ Palace, which was built in the Venetian Gothic style. For centuries, this building served as the residence for the Doge, the seat of the government, and a palace for justice. Doge’s Palace is now a stunning museum to adore. 

The Saint Mark’s Basilica is not to be missed. Take a coffee break in one of the cafes and feed the pigeons for a picture-perfect moment!


Design your own carnival mask at an art class. Learn more about ancient techniques as you put your new skills to the test and create a stunning souvenir to take home and show off to friends and family.

Get the best food and treats in the city and enjoy a unique route that will give you a glimpse of the Venetian lifestyle. Enjoy 10 amazing tastings with an excellent local foodie whilst taking in the city’s most mesmerizing locations.


Participate in a cooking class with a renowned chef at her beautiful home located in the heart of Venice. This chef will share her passion for Italian food with you, prepared with high quality and locally sourced ingredients.

This year from May through November 2019 is the 58th International Art Exhibition held in Venice, “Biennale Arte 2019” featuring “May You Live in Interesting Times”. For all art lovers, this event is must! The exhibition includes 90 National Participations in the historic Pavilions at the Giardini, at the Arsenale and in the historic city center of Venice.


A visit to Venice would not be complete without a romantic Gondola ride through the Grand Canal and why not show of your pipes by singing along with the Gondolier. I suggest “O Sole Mio (My Sunshine)”. My favorite!

Not ready to leave Italy? Extend your trip to see to the nearby countryside of Tuscany or the booming city of Florence. You can also make your way to Sorrento, the Amalfi Coast, the towns of Positano or the quaint seaside town of Cinque Terre, which is a UNIESCO World Heritage Site and one of Italy’s most visited destinations. Still wanting more? Venture to Rome to see the Spanish Steps, the Trevi Fountain and the Pantheon. And of course, the Colosseum and the Vatican should be a part of everyone’s journey.


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