The Doge’s Palace hides a secret area, once used by the Venetian magistrates, where no visitor was admitted until recently. A shadow of mistery hid this section of the Palace where power and justice were administered. Read More
If the shape of Venice is that of a fish, the district of Castello is the tail. This was the maritime heart of the Republic of Venice and the entire area reflects this function.
The district of Cannaregio which neighbours San Marco, reaches the most west-northernly area of Venice. This is today one of the most populated and liveliest districts of Venice.Read More
There are quiet and silent corners in Venice where you forget the vivid and monumental atmosphere of the city centre. This itinerary crosses the district of Dorsoduro starting from the Accademia bridgeRead More
This tour focuses on the history of the Jewish community in parallel with the destiny of many other foreign communities that have lived and evolved in Venice.
There are two islands facing the Basin of St. Mark that are worth visiting, San Giorgio Maggiore and the Giudecca. They have only one thing in common: the churches of Andrea Palladio.Read More