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The Church of San Pietro in Castello

Located in the easternmost area of the city (Castello) was built since the seventh century the Church then dedicated to Saint Peter in the ninth. From 1451 it was the seat of the Patriarchate of Venice and, until 1807, the city’s cathedral. The reconstruction, designed by Andrea Palladio and commissioned by Patriarch Vincenzo Diedo (1559), […]

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Very late check-in?

Is your flight late in the night? Don’t worry, we give you the opportunity to get into the apartments easily with our key locker! Just follow some simple instructions and relax, we’ll meet you the day after.

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Visit Venice Conservatory

Palazzo Pisani: once home to one of the most powerful Venetian dynasties, it has been the seat of the Conservatory of Music since the nineteenth century. Embellished with frescoes, statues, marble decorations, stucco and friezes, it is divided into two internal courtyards separated by loggias areas and large halls on several floors: of particular impact […]

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Alberoni WWF Oasis

The Oasis of the Alberoni Dunes is a nature reserve of great beauty and natural importance, that each year changes its forms according to seasonal cycles and that is an ideal place to visit for those who want to discover the nature and biodiversity of this special maritime area. The beach, about 100 meters wide […]

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St. Maria and Donato. Romanic masterpiece in Murano

Founded on VII century, when refugees came into the islands to escape from Barbarians and built early stilts, the Church was dedicated first to St. Mary. In 1125 was dedicated to St. Donato too, becoming one of the most beautiful examples of Romanic architecture in the entire Venetian Lagoon. The precious mosaic floor (approx. 1140 […]

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Le Stanze del Vetro

Until August 1, 2021, Le Stanze del Vetro in S. Giorgio hosts the exhibition “The Glass Ark”: over 750 pieces on display – elephants, hippopotamuses, cats, giraffes, bears, parrots, fish, turtles, foxes… and even tiny real-scale insects – belonging to the personal collection of Pierre Rosenberg, historian Director of the Louvre Museum in Paris. Alongside […]

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