and sublime landscapes, reverberating the beauty of Serenissima (Venice).
If you want to stay in the center of historic Venice, we will make you live the experience of an exclusive stay at famous hotels that have made history, like the Bauer, Palazzo Bonvecchiati, Monaco & Grand Canal.
Alternatively, we can help you discover romantic boutique hotels set in the “calli” (streets) and in the “campi” (square), real small jewels of hospitality in the most typical corners of Venice, like Palazzo Salvadego and San Marco.
Comfortable and affordable solutions can be proposed, even if you also decide to stay in more modern and convenient facilities, perhaps located near the lagoon, like in Mestre or Marghera, from where you can reach Venice via a short trip by train or car. For example, the Antony Hotel in Mestre or Villa Tacchi Gazzo (Padua).
Finally, there is also the possibility of staying in nearby cities of irresistible charm like Padua and Vicenza, to increase the wealth
of your knowledge of this area and of the Serenissima.
We offer a wide and varied range of dining in Venice: unique and unrepeatable experiences can be had in prestigious historic restaurants such as Canova at the Luna Baglioni Hotel or the Michelin-starred Met at Metropole Hotel.
We can offer you a taste of the typical local cuisine that sees fish as the star of the menu.
But if you want to discover the true heart of Venice, we will accompany you in a classic tour of the “bacari”. The bacaro is the typical and simple Venetian osteria (tavern), with a wide selection of wines by the glass (“ómbre” o “bianchetti”) finger food and snacks (“cichéti”). They are intimate places, with a few seats and family run services, to live the authentic Venetian atmosphere.
We can also offer you a simple, yet meticulously prepared, menu in tourist restaurants conveniently close to the main areas of your trip such as Piazza San Marco, without ever losing sight of the quality of service and the food offered.
On foot: A walking tour with a trained guide gives you the chance to sneak into one of the most beautiful cities in the world. The heart of Venice is Piazza San Marco with its Basilica, the Campanile and the Doge’s Palace. The visit continues through the Rialto Bridge and along the way, you can admire the theater La Fenice and the mysterious Scala Contarini del Bovolo.
By Gondola: Navigating Venice by Gondola is the most intimate way to travel: a unique boat in the world, around since the Middle Ages and still built using the same old techniques. The tour lasts about 30 minutes and, if desired, the enchantment can be transformed into magic with a wonderful musical accompaniment.
The pearls of the Lagoon: Murano, Burano and Torcello are a concentration of the beauty of the Venetian lagoon. You will reach the three islands by private boat with an assistant at your disposal so that you may better appreciate their wonders: Burano is the palette of coloured houses along with the famous lace or traditional Venetian pastry served with Vin Santo; Murano has glass factories, canals and palaces that are reflected on the water, and finally Torcello, a picturesque place which seems to take you back in time.
Padua, Vicenza and Verona.
Padua is small gem set among Euganean Hills with a rich history of art and culture. Vicenza is the classic elegance of Palladio and much more. Verona is a wonderful pearl wrapped in ancient history and delivered from myth by the Shakespearean masterpiece.
Churches, villas and wineries in Valpolicella.
The province of Verona offers itineraries and unique discoveries. Amongst these are the treasures of Valpolicella, examples of Romanesque art and important examples from medieval Europe.
There we have the opportunities to taste the famous wines
of the valley, starting from the classic Amarone, in one of
the most beautiful wineries.
Medieval villages of the Veronese: Soave and Borghetto sul Mincio.
Borghetto sul Mincio is an Italian village where the landscape is motionless, eternal, timeless: a handful of houses formed from a village of mills. Another gem is Soave, a wonderful fortified village famous worldwide for its wine. Here too, you can visit wineries
to taste the unmissable local nectars.