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Venice: Small Group Pasta and Tiramisu Class

1. Venice: Small Group Pasta and Tiramisu Class

During this private lesson, you will learn how to prepare 2 pasta recipes and the tiramisu dessert from scratch. Your Cesarina will reveal the tricks of the trade of these iconic recipes. Have fun putting your cooking skills to the test and amaze your friends and family once home with an Italian meal! This experience is suitable for families with children of all ages.

Venice: Murano Island Glass Blowing Demo and Workshop

2. Venice: Murano Island Glass Blowing Demo and Workshop

Escape the hustle and bustle of Venice city center on a tour of Murano. Head to Campo San Bartolomeo and meet your guide near the Rialto Bridge. Reach the boat station facing the lagoon, and jump aboard a public boat bound for Murano Island. Upon arrival, take a short walk to a glass factory, where a glass master will demonstrate the art of glass blowing. Watch as he makes a 2nd piece using sculpture techniques. Take a stroll to a mosaic or glass beads jewelry workshop to create your own piece from scratch. Work with glass elements of different shapes and colors to make a unique ornament or pendant. Create your own bracelet, key holder, or earrings. Enjoy some free time to explore the quiet streets of Murano on your own. Your guide with take you back to the boat station and advise you how to get back to your accommodation from there.

Create Your Glass Artwork: Private Lesson With Local Artisan

3. Create Your Glass Artwork: Private Lesson With Local Artisan

A private class with a famous Venetian craftsman who will help you to create your personal piece of glass using the old Murano techniques. The master artisan will follow you, step by step, during the entire activity allowing you to realize personally a unique and inimitable glass object, and, at the same time, you will listen to the history and secrets of the Venetian art, superbly told by the artist. An amazing experience where you will discover the ancient processing methods of the glass making. The most famos art of Venice, worldwide known as a synonym of beauty. At the end of the demonstration you can bring home your creation as a special souvenir. Get a 10% discount on the glass artworks in the shop.

Venice: Half-Day Market Tour and Cooking Class with Cesarina

4. Venice: Half-Day Market Tour and Cooking Class with Cesarina

Join Italy's first and finest network of home cooks. Since 2004, they have been sharing the joy of regional Italian cuisine with thousands of travelers from all over the world. Uncover the secrets of Italian family recipes on your travels. Go food shopping like a local with your Cesarina, enjoy the distinctive Italian local market and learn how to recognize the best produces from the land. Immerse yourself in a private cooking class at the Cesarina's home, learn the secrets of the most famous dishes of regional cuisine and taste the fruit of your labors, accompanied by local wines. During the lesson, the Cesarina will reveal the tricks of the trade of 3 authentic local recipes. Have fun putting your cooking skills to the test. Benefit from a workstation equipped with utensils and all the ingredients to make the dishes. Instead of loading your suitcase with souvenirs, take home Italian cooking skills that'll stay with you for life.

Venice: Sherlock Holmes Self-guided Smartphone City Game

5. Venice: Sherlock Holmes Self-guided Smartphone City Game

Experience the excitement of being a detective and join the thrilling Sherlock Holmes game with your team. While celebrating freedom at the Liberty Festival, a man named Balthazar, the head of Homeland Security, is found dead with a knife in his back. The police have apprehended four suspects and it's up to you to solve the case and uncover the truth. By moving around the city you will unlock assignments. Here you will find characters who are willing to help. But the information comes at a price! Solve their puzzles, chase down culprits and play along to get closer to solving the murder. During this murder mystery you can check your progress on the suspect board. Can you solve the murder? Play Sherlock Holmes! IMPORTANT INFORMATION - Date: to book this game you have to choose a date, BUT you can play, pause & continue whenever you like. - Persons: 1 player stands for 1 team. - Note: this City Game uses the city as an interactive playing field, but does not provide any information about the city!

Venice Highlights: The Theft Outdoor Escape Game

6. Venice Highlights: The Theft Outdoor Escape Game

Take the role of a burglar on a mission and visit St. Mark’s, the central neighborhood of Venice on this phone exploration game. Solve clues and unlock stories as you discover Ponte della Paglia, the Doge’s Palace, St. Mark’s Clocktower, and more. The city game starts at Ponte della Paglia. The story unfolds as you solve challenges, with step-by-step directions on your phone guiding you to the next location.  It will take you between 1-1,5 hours but you should explore at your own pace: simply pause the game and resume when you want from the location where you paused it. Play on your own, in a large group, or in several smaller groups that compete against each other before meeting at the final stop of the game. The game concludes at Palazzo Bellavite.

Venice: Guided Islands Walking Tour

7. Venice: Guided Islands Walking Tour

During this half-day trip, I will accompany you discovering the most beautiful Lagoon's islands of Murano, Burano and Torcello on board of the most strange typologies of bus all over the world: the Vaporetto! Best friend of every Venetian since 1895 when started its unbeatable service! (At 9am an early intimate, unforgettable and relaxing lagoon trip :) Best thing We'll explore Torcello, 17 century ago the first Venice community. Today the last 9 locals are still living inside a "dark ages city" where everything is like a lot of centuries ago.. From the top of their Romanic Tower you’ll enjoy a stunning view of the Venice’s lagoon! At what about the second amazing trip to Burano, the fashinating colorful town, fishers community famous for its millenial lacemaking industry? You will see one of the last Lace Factory where the last old lacers are still doing this very ancient handmade tradition! I'm sure: You'll love them! In the end We will visit the world famous Murano, where the last 20 families are still producing our amazing glass masterpieces like 1000 years ago! Walking tour will be across the “Glasser’s street”: we’ll explore a real Glass Factory with its family Art Gallery seeing Masters working! (Around 12 I really suggest to take your lunch time in Burano where is made one of the best local seafood cuisine ;)

Unveiling the Hidden Beauty of Venice: A Unique Photo Tour

8. Unveiling the Hidden Beauty of Venice: A Unique Photo Tour

Capture the essence of Venice with your camera or smartphone with Vinicio! Let yourself be guided by the professional photographer's advice and experience and take home unforgettable shots. Venice is a stage full of charm and mystery, it will be, therefore a perfect background for your photographs! During the itinerary through characteristic alleys and places known only to Venetians and away from the city crowds, you will be able to unleash your creativity. With the aim of giving you the best experience, the photographer will decide the itinerary on the spot, depending on the weather and light. Vinicio is waiting for you for a memorable experience to live together discovering Venice and its most romantic and hidden parts!

Venice Self-Guided Historical Walking Tour

9. Venice Self-Guided Historical Walking Tour

Wander through Venice's city center and learn about its origins on this treasure hunt-style historical walking tour. Follow the route on your smartphone between landmarks like the Rialto Bridge and St. Mark's Square, and enjoy 11 historical riddles to solve as you explore. Start this self-guided tour from the San Polo district. From here, follow the tour on your smartphone, which will provide historical facts and riddles to solve between each landmark. The tour will take you through the history of Venice from its origins up to the 14th century, and cover roughly 4km around the city center.

Venice: Nicolò Manucci & Nikos Aliagas Exhibits Entry Ticket

10. Venice: Nicolò Manucci & Nikos Aliagas Exhibits Entry Ticket

Discover Palazzo Vendramin Grimani, a splendid example of early Renaissance style, a privileged witness of the great history of the Serenissima, but also of the evolution of ways of living. Nicolo Manucci, the Marco Polo of India 'Nicolò Manucci, the Marco Polo of India. A Venetian at the 17th-century Mughal Court' is an exhibition project dedicated to the life and travels of Nicolò Manucci, a Venetian of humble origins who, driven by a desire to explore the world, embarked in Venice in November 1653 on his way to the East, hiding in the hold of a tartan, never to return. To recount the human adventure and atypical voyage of Nicolò Manucci, the manuscripts that make up the original version of the Storia do Mogor and their subsequent transcriptions, the Libro Nero and Libro Rosso, respectively kept at the State Library in Berlin, the Biblioteca Nazionale Marciana and the Bibliothèque Nationale de France, will be exceptionally brought together and exhibited for the first time at Palazzo Vendramin Grimani. The exhibition intends to retrace the most salient stages in the life of the Venetian traveller through an itinerary that combines artefacts and decorative elements from different epochs with a selection of reproductions and digital installations of the manuscripts that will allow visitors to discover all the pages of the texts and the richness of the colours and illustrations of a vanished world. The aim is thus to offer the gaze of a privileged witness to the history and cultural richness of Mughal India. Nikos Aliagas. Regards Vénitiens Nikos Aliagas travels through the Venetian alleyways meeting that rare demographic, the inhabitants of the city, ever intent on avoiding the tourists’ lenses. This project originally took root in the artist's soul when Nikos Aliagas, invited by Fondazione dell'Albero d'Oro, first visited the lagoon and experienced its mysterious and fascinating appeal. At that moment, he came up with the idea of taking a deeper look at Venice, exploring the world that revolves around Palazzo Vendramin Grimani. Nikos Aliagas’ lens seeks out the extraordinary daily life and views of Campo San Polo and its surrounding sestiere, or district, allowing the images to tell the stories of those who live in these places and bring them to life. Nikos Aliagas takes photographs in black and white. In them, the artist explores contrasts, backlighting and movement in frames that portray straight and curved lines, such as a face or the corner of an alleyway.

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4.3 / 5

based on 292 reviews

it was easy to meet the guide at the meeting spot-we then took the ferry over to the island and watched a demonstration (about 20 minutes). The man who did it was the owner. He had been making Murano glass since he was 9-10 years old! He noticed the animals on my girl's winter hats and made Murano glass pieces (cat and unicorn) right in front of them. That was super special. Then we all made bracelets or earrings (which I've worn several times since!) Our girls really loved this.

Well I have to take my hat off to Barbara she really immersed us in the Vancian culture. We had such a great time making pasta and listening to her reminisce when she was a little girl with her mum being taught how to make it and passing that good knowledge on to us how we miss that in todays society. We shared our experience with 4 other guests from around the world USA & Portugal it was great to meet them as well. An opportunity not to be missed.

Playing was fun and allowed us to learn more about the main interesting sites of Venice and discover less known sites that were interesting as well. The concept is excellent and could be improved, for example the player should be able to tell that the point of interest is not seeable at the moment and be able to continue the game.

A wonderful experience watching and then doing our own glass work. Very interesting and a good explanation throughout. We also enjoyed the atmosphere and background music.

My son and I joined the cooking class and it was a lot of fun! We will be talking about it for years to come.