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Programme 3° DAY: VENICE Morning Lagoon Islands including Venetian glass Factory – private boat Excursion with private local guide in the Venetian Lagoon with the 1° DAY: VENICE visit of islands famous for the handcraft: Murano for the glass factory and Burano for the laces. Then the tour proceeds toward Arrival in Venice-Walking Tour of Venice Torcello where you will admire the Cathedral with its magnificent Byzantine mosaics and the Church of Santa Fosca. Free time to City sightseeing of Venice on foot . Strolling through the narrow typical streets, enjoy the Spa, relax in the garden or pool or get in some last minute you will visit of the historical center of the city and its magnificent shopping in Venice In the evening ,you'll enjoy an aperitif in a monuments. Itinerary: St. Mark’s Square, St. Mark’s Basilica, Ducal Palace, Venetian Bacaro. Venetians are Italy's biggest cocktail drinkers, and Prisons, Bridge of Sighs. The tour lasts about 3 hours. In the evening, a there are hundreds of charming "Bacari" traditional Venetian bars. traditional “Welcome Dinner” will be served in a typical Venetian restaurant. The Bellini is probably the most famous Venetian cocktail, invented After dinner, you can enjoy the optional Gondola Serenade, a romantic ride at Harry's Bar (Ernest Hemingway's home away from home), made of Venetian Prosecco and fresh peach juice.. through the Venetian canals. Overnight in your hotel in Venice. 2° DAY: VENICE Full breakfast in your exquisite hotel with views of the Venetian Lagoon 3.00 pm Carnevale Mask Making in a famous Venetian paper mask atelier in the beautiful area of San Polo/San Toma'An amusement experience! Make your own mask and bring with you!Visit of Giudecca Island, which is very near to Venice but so different. Giudecca was formerly a fishing village and in 9th century many noble and aristocratic people began to move there. Two beautiful churches created by Palladio should be visited: The Redentore, built in 1577 and Santa Maria della Presentazione, which dates from 1580 and it’s popularly called “Zitelle”.
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