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Stop At: Vecchia Murano, Castello, 4392/a 300 metri da Piazza San Marco, 30122 Venice Italy
An unmissable experience that will bring you to know worldwide famous glassblowing art. The expert glass craftsman will realize, in front of you, a unique item while he is explaining the ancient technique phases of the production.
You can feel the warmth and the sound of real furnace where you admire the clever hands of the artisan mold the glass that, like magic, it will be turn into a unique object. The glassblowing art is recognized in all the world as a synonym of beauty.
You will live this experience in Saint Mark's Square in an old Glass Factory Showroom and you will be able to see the principal objects that are made with glass.
At the end of your experience we will give a little glass gift for each couple or each family, as a souvenir of this visit.
Duration: 20 minutes
Pass By: Piazza San Marco, 31024 Venice Italy
The glassblowing demonstration will take place in Saint Mark'Square
Stop At: Canal Grande, Venice Italy
“The most beautiful road in the world”, this is how the Grand Canal is known as. Gondola serenades have always been part of Venetian culture, an unchanged tradition for an unchageable city. If you look around, what you will see is almost exactly what a nobleman in the 18th century might have looked upon, and before him a Renaissance courtesan and before him a merchant in the Middle Ages.
Duration: 30 minutes
Pass By: Teatro La Fenice, Campo San Fantin San Marco 1965, 30124 Venice Italy
Once one of 7 major theatres in the city, today the Fenice is Venice’s one and only opera house. It is surely a jewel among European theatres, and began to shine from the beginning, as the best composers of the age wrote and performed their operas here, among which Bellini, Donizetti and Rossini. But it was Giuseppe Verdi who is most attached to the Fenice and to Venetian memory.
Pass By: Peggy Guggenheim Collection, Just East Accademia Along Gran Canal, 30123 Venice Italy
Peggy Guggenheim Collection, one of the most important art collections in the world. Peggy Guggenheim, originally from New York, arrived in Venice in 1949 and began to satisfy art addiction buying this wonderful building where she displayed invaluable artworks to the world. The beautiful terrace you see is where Guggenheim sun-bathed regularly looking onto the Grand Canal.