Venice is a unique city, it is beauty and romance, history and contemporary art. It is more an open-air museum than a traditional city, a collection of wonderful places such as Piazza San Marco, Canal Grande, the Doge's Palace, Rialto Bridge. Get lost in the traditional Campelli and admire the city in all its glory, take a ferry to the Giudecca or just enjoy a gondola ride.

But not only this. The craftsmanship in Venice has ancient origins that are still alive, more than ever. So you will have the opportunity to learn the ancient crafts of the impiraressa and the remèr, or meet the well-known lace-makers or the master glassmakers of Murano.



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