During Carnevale we will spend our mornings and days capturing Venice with the best light.
The places we will visit in Venice are world famous, especially in this period and with good light it'll be really amazing !
Our program from day 1 to day 7 is to visit the most important and iconic places along with colors and masks of people walking the streets and arriving at the Grand Ball in the evening.
Piazza San Marco, Rialto Bridge and markets, the Grand Canal, Gondolas, Cannareggio, the coloured Murano and Burano and San Giorgio Maggiore ( the island opposite St. Mark’s Square).They all offer breathtaking views (the bell tower vista is incredible, with no lines); Palladian church contains Tintoretto’s “Last Supper.” We’ll explore and capture San Giorgio Maggiore in its best light. In the evening we seek to capture more decadent costumes as ball-goers make their way to the Minuet Grand Ball for the final night of Carnival. This Ball is located on the Piano Nobile in an authentic 14th century Palace, the Ca’ Pesaro Papafava. With its precious gothic facade and its elegant quadriform gothic windows overlooking the canal of the Misericordia. The palace will be illuminated entirely with candlelights to create a memorable atmosphere.
The Palazzo Flangini, this beautiful 15th century Palace overlooks the left bank of the Grand Canal. Its Renaissance facade displays the distinctive elegance of an important Venetian palazzo. Views from this palace are stunning, particularly by night.
We have 2 dinners included in typical italian restaurants with great food and wine !