Thousands of reasons to visit Venice in the low Season

We are witnessing a quite surprising and unusual summer with some rain and unfortunately not so much sun. So - because we always try to see the positive side of the coin – we are hoping for a mild and nice autumn.

During the next months, there will be many interesting cultural activities in town:

 

An incredible opera season will be staged at la Fenice Theatre with many shows. And for those who esteem Goldoni, there is a new initiative entitled ‘Goldoni Experience,’ presenting a vibrant theatrical tale about Venice in the 1700s utilizing some of the most well-known works by the famous Venetian playwright.

 

On the artistic side, some important exhibitions will delight your eyes, including: ‘Prima Materia” at Punta della Dogana, ‘The Illusion of Light’ and ‘Resonance’ by Irving Penn at Palazzo Grassi – both until December 31st. And at the Ca’ Pesaro International Modern Art Gallery you will be able to visit the exhibition ‘From Rauschenberg to Jeff Koons’ dedicated to Ileana Sonnabend, until the beginning of January.

 

For lovers of history, the exhibition ‘The most serene prince. Stories of Doges and Dogaresse’ will be open until February 15th at the Palazzo Ducale.

 

Of course there will be many other cultural visits possible outside of the center of town, for those who desire to explore the Venetian inland, or the bigger Veneto region. Moreover, you may experience the first ‘acqua alta’ (high tide) of the season, some fog, the chance to enjoy nice stops around town to drink a ‘spritz’ or taste some of our famous ‘cicheti’ (small bites), and also some good shopping.

 

For all this, you can advantage of our autumn rates, with possibilities to get further discounts. Please check the best offers in our website and keep in mind to use our special code for preferred clients capi03 (2nd page - box special code) to benefit by an additional 5% reduction applicable to all rates available.

 

Waiting for your next visit we are always at your disposal!

Best regards,

Marianna Serandrei