Tailor-made Trips to Venice

Venice is one of the greatest cities in the world and one of the most unique. The city is built on over 100 islands, connected by nearly 400 bridges and is a maze of alleyways, small squares, palaces, churches and shops. For art students it holds many treasures housed not only in the world renowned museum collections located here but also in the churches and chapels dotted around the city which contain authentic paintings by Titian, Tintoretto and Bellini.

The city is very accessible and compact and students will enjoy exploring using the Vaporetto water buses offering a unique way to get around the waterways and canals connecting the cities main sights and attractions. Taking a gondola ride and buying a carnival mask are must dos for any visitor to Venice, in short a few days here will leave many lasting memories with the perfect mix of fun and educational value.

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Guided Tour of Venice

A guided tour of Venice on foot will offer the opportunity to see the main attractions around the area of St Mark’s Square. This will include St Mark’s Basilica and the Doge’s Palace. An experienced guide will give information on the history of the city and will be able to answer any questions you have on the city.

Venice Ghost Walk

Take an enchanting route full of surprises as you hear intriguing ghost stories and legends of Venice. See a different side of Venice as you explore this mysterious city after sunset. Walking tours last 90 minutes and take place from Wednesday to Saturday at 8pm.

Gardaland

Gardaland is the biggest amusement park in Italy and one of the largest in the whole of Europe. Unique attractions lead the visitors in search of far away worlds like the mysterious Valley of the Kings, Merlin’s Castle, the Medieval Joust, the Pirate’s Galleon or the fantastic journey on board rubber dinghies amidst oriental temples.

Aqualandia

Aqualandia (lido de Jesolo, Venice) is a water and theme park, which has recently been elected best European Water Park. It mimics a real Caribbean Isle next to Venice, an oasis of entertainment of 80.000 square metres where relax, fun, extreme sports and water attractions are mixed together for every ages.

Italia in Miniature

Visit miniature Italy, one of the country’s top attraction, have a look at all of Italy’s top attractions in one place! Ask us for more details.

Galleria dell’Accademia

This monumental art gallery contains the world’s most complete 13th- to 18th- Century art collections. These include masterpieces by the Venetian greats of the Renaissance period such as Bellini, Giorgione, Titian, Tintoretto, Veronese and more. These masterful Venetian artists not only shaped the history of Venice art, but European art.

Ca' Pesaro - International Gallery of Modern Art

The core of the collection is made up of award-winning works exhibited or purchased at the Venice Biennale in the early decades of 20th century. Along the itinerary are displayed important 19th and 20th century paintings and sculptures, including masterpieces by Klimt, Chagall, Kandinsky, as well as a rich selection of works by Italian artists and an important section of graphic art.

Doge’s Palace

The Doge's Palace, Venice, has façades which date from 1309-1424, designed by Giovanni and Bartolomeo Buon. The palace, started in the ninth century, several times rebuilt, and completed in the Renaissance period, forms part of that great scheme of town-planning which was carried out through successive centuries.

St Mark's Square

The heart of Venice, home to St Mark’s Church and the Doge’s Palace. There are no monuments in the large square due to the Venetians not wanting to promote individual glory above communal progress. Thus a statue planned by Napoleon of himself never materialised.

Rialto Bridge

Visit the area around the Rialto Bridge – until the 19th Century the only bridge across the Grand Canal. Michelangelo’s was among the designs rejected to replace the original wooden bridge.

Bridge of Sighs

Famous in poetry and legend for linking the Doge’s Palace to the prisons and so offering the condemned their last view of the outside world.



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