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 the spectacular concert hall, surrounded by columns and dominated by a balcony that circumscribes it for the entire perimeter.

Visiting it (by reservation allows not only to get to know the Monumental Palace but also to visit the Music Museum and enjoy the spectacular view of Venice from the highest Panoramic Terrace of the City.