VENICE is full of exciting things to do whether you are staying for a
few days of a several months
Correr Museum - Immense collection of historic art in San Marco.
Fondazione Prada - Mono-thematic exhibtions
La Accademia - one of the most important museums in Venice.
Museo Fortuny - The building retains the rooms and structures created by Fortuny, together with tapestries and modern art pieces.
Palazzo Grassi - Contemporary art museum.
Peggy Guggenheim Collection - Among the most important museums in Italy for European and American art of the 20th century.
Punta della Dogana - Contemporary art museum.
Churches - A site with some of the most important churches in Venice.
Macaco Kids Tour - Through thematic itineraries, they will discover the hidden and mysterious Venice, totally unknown to the crowds of tourists but rich of inspiration and charm.
Secret Garden Tour - Explore some of the hidden gardens of the city and learn the history that brought the locals to build gardens in such a difficult environment. Two hours from €23.70.
Sightseeing tour - take a tour of the Grand Canal and Venice on a vaporetto (water boat)
Attombri - Modern jewellery made with Venetian glass.
Bevil Acqua - Amazing Venetian fabric and cushions
Orsoni Mosaici - This family company has produced tesserae; colored glass mosaic tiles since 1888, and its foundry in the Ghetto is a place out of time. Appointment only tours are €13 but the fee is waived for those who buy the mosaic jewellery, artworks and other objects.
Vittorio Costantini -Exquisite glass figurines.
Drink like a Venetian - Locals take you out for a sample of the best bars and chicchetti (Venetians tapas)