The historic center of Venice consists 118 small islands over 400 bridges which unite and form a single territory, divided into six administrative districts of the ancient "sestiere", three on each side of Grand Canal.
The municipality of Venice, sensitized with Tourism for All has proposed a series of itineraries suitable for users Wheelchair, has even planned to use as an alternative vaporetto ramps to access the same.
This beautiful Italian city has done a great job offer Accessible Venice. It has provided accessible bridges or stair lifts, adapted transport links, tourist information offices and a 20 accessible public restrooms along the historic.
Venice has done a great job to open their city to all / as. Behind these accessible routes, is a great work has been to renew the eternal city easier accessible bridges (with stair lifts or elevators), accessible restrooms, adapted transport stops y reserved parkings.
The Hotel chosen: El San Sebastiano Garden ****.
The hotel enjoys a unique location in an authentic and typical of Venice, front of the Church of San Sebastián and Convent of San Sebastian. Today, the convent is home to the Faculty of Humanities at the Università Ca 'Foscari of Venice and Church of San Sebastián is one of the most prestigious destinations in the city for art lovers.
It is a short walk Maritime Station of St. Basil, starting point for Mediterranean cruise, boats and ferries that take you to the Piazza San Marco and Piazzale Roma (its bus station) in 10 minutes. The hotel is 5 minutes from the Congress Centre and Hilton Molino Stucky- 800 m Many restaurants, shops and bars. Venice airport is only 10 km. This charming historical city hotel is housed in a carefully restored residence of the fifteenth century and was previously home to important families from Venice and around the world. The garden of this attractive hotel, opposite to the channel of San Sebastian and the church of the same name, adds a touch of elegance embellished, si cabe, by their inner, faithful to the original design. The hotel has large communal areas with elegant paneling, as the lobby, the reception area, the breakfast room and, again, the garden. The hotel management is guided by exacting standards by the owners and has the support of a professional staff to continue the tradition of Venetian hospitality at the highest level. The establishment, air-conditioned, holds only 16 rooms and features a lobby with reception 24 hours, safe, currency exchange service, lift, Salon TV, bar, breakfast room, Internet connection (payment), Room and laundry (both with extra charge).
Visiting Program to Stay 7 days / 6 nights
Unusual Tour of Venice + Gondola.
Go one step further with this tour that combines a guided tour of special places less known but equally Venice, and a gondola ride along the Grand Canal and less important channels. Venice is a maze of channels, streets and squares, and you can experience it better walking and from the water. With a guided tour of the area between Piazza San Marco and the Rialto Bridge, gondola and cruise in the channel areas and other more peaceful, You get to see the best most unusual sights of Venice.
Discover some special places, Teatro la Fenice as, known as the Phoenix and one of the most famous opera theaters in Italy, Scala and Bovolo, a spiral staircase covered with wonderful arches. You can also stroll along the Rialto Bridge, an impressive marble building that has captured the imagination in its own right for many artists over the centuries since it was built in the sixteenth century. Although he enjoyed a much higher cost than budgeted, no one can deny its majestic beauty, extending over the busy Grand Canal. Through the centuries it has become one of the most emblematic monuments of the city. With its inverted v-shaped, covered rows of shops and the pinnacle of his porch, It is a prime location for a photo shoot.
We will turn to water to see Venice as it should be referred. From the Grand Canal you will see the city as a merchant as we watch people saw their homes Fondaco with stores at water level and above family residences.
Then explore the quietest areas of Venice while enjoying lower channels. You amaze buildings seem to rise above you while you move through this ancient Venetian transport. A great tour that brings together everything you love Venice and more.
Excursion to the Islands (Burano, Murano & Torcello)
The excursion to the islands of Murano, Burano and Torcello is a wonderful way to see Venice better than the average visitor. These beautiful islands are known worldwide for its picturesque scenery, crafts and history. Starting from the famous Piazza San Marco with motor, the first stop is Murano, where you can see the ancient art of glassmaking and lamps. Murano is famous for its glass from the thirteenth century, when the Venetian Republic ordered glassmakers all leave the continent for fear of fire. Most settled in Murano and quickly became the most prominent citizens.
The second stop is the island of Buranthe, known for its lace and brightly colored houses. Your guide, English speaking, Spanish, German and French, will be happy to tell you all about the history of the area, including the visit of Leonardo da Vinci.
The third and final stop on this tour is three hours Torcello, a quiet and sparsely populated island. It is considered the oldest inhabited area of Venice and continuously got to have the largest population of the Republic of Venice. Torcello was a powerful day Venice itself, because the salt marsh lagoon that were the backbone of its economy, and their close commercial and cultural ties with Constantinople. The island has since fallen into decay, but the relics of its past glory remain, as la cathedral of Santa Maria Assunta, founded in 639 and still maintains its impressive mosaics today.
A) Guided Visit to the Basilica de Oro (Basilica of San Marco)
Enjoy a complete tour of this masterpiece of Byzantine art, only one of its kind in Italy. You will have the pleasure of admiring the beautiful gold mosaics and marble floor. You can also go by private boat to the island of Murano, to a glass factory to see and touch one of the best art of the Venetian tradition.
B) Hard Rock Cafe Venice
The new Hard Rock Cafe Venice is, behind the Plaza de San Marcos, the main tourist attraction of the city. Coffee, the smallest Hard Rock Cafe in Europe with only 360 square meter, It is located in a beautiful and historic old building, with views from large side windows, where you can admire the canals and near 50 parked gondolas cities (typical Venetian city boat), since this is the main point gondola stop for tourists. The cafe is decorated in beautiful Venetian style and has a beautiful crystal center made according to the hand of the famous Murano glass factory. With a menu full of delicious American classics, memories of the biggest names in rock, cocktails signature Hard Rock, along with a full complement of merchandise specific town in memory of his visit, Hard Rock Cafe Venice is the journey that you have to do.
Lil Caesar or side house salad
Choice of twisted mac & cheese or full rack of Bar-B-Que ribs, or Hard Rock cheeseburger or bacon cheeseburger, or hickory Bar-B-Que chicken or veggie leggie, or classic chicken Caesar salad or legendary burger
Hot fudge sundae
Choice of coffee, tea or soft drink.
The Ducal Palace.
Skip the queues and become a true idea of the great history of Venice with this tour of the Doge's Palace with tickets do not allow queuing. A visit to the Doge's Palace, Palazzo Ducale, It is not only enjoyable to watch, but also give you a better idea of the splendid city and its rich heritage.
Venice is the place that holds the best variety of architecture, a culture rich in artistic expression and, of course, romance.
The residence of the leader of Venice, Palazzo, is perhaps the best place to see the elements of the combined Venetian culture. For centuries, the palace was the seat of political power of Venice, where the Duke and his Council controlled the fate of a republic than a thousand years. Both inside and outside the palace are a delight to behold. From the intricate decoration of the facade, lace appears made, the sumptuous interior with frescoes by Tintoretto and Veronese, this is a place that reveals the glorious height of the most prosperous period in the history of Venice.
Admire the rich details of the ladder of gold and hundreds of scenes masterfully created to decorate the hallowed walls of this majestic building. Finally, follow the steps, at least for a while, criminals of old as you cross the famous Bridge of Sighs, so called because that's what came from the lips of the damned as they caught their last glimpse of Venice before being jailed. Let your sighs are of pleasure and amazement as simply delight you with this tour of one of the great attractions of Venice.
Visit the Basilica of Santa Maria della Salute
A) The baroque Basilica di Santa Maria della Salute, it is located in one of the most prestigious locations in Venice, basin near San Marcos, was built in 1630 to thank the Virgin for the end of a plague. The project is Baldassare Longhena and the works were completed in 1687, five years after the artist's death.
The building, with octagonal, It is covered in stone from Istria, has a central body surrounded by six chapels, two domes and two towers.
The interior is quite sober, has an imposing altar, decorated with sculptures Josse Giusto Le Court and the Court. There are also many pictures, include the Presentation of Mary in the Temple, Assumption and Nativity of the Virgin, that are of Luca Giordano, Pentecost, San Marcos on the Throne with Saints Sebastian, Roque, Cosme y Damián, de Titian, and the Wedding at Cana, the Tintoretto.
B) The Venice of Ghosts
Venice by night is a place of romance, mystery and ghosts of the past. This walking tour takes you through the hidden Venice and will narrate the story of six ghosts that will put the willies. In addition to the tales of ghosts and legends, discover some little known things about Venice and its history and will travel back streets of the busiest areas.
A) Visit the Church of San Polo
It was built in the ninth century and restored in the fifteenth and nineteenth, so you have a mix of styles from Gothic to neoclassical. The elements that stand out are the Gothic portal, Romanesque lions at the base of the tower, which is the fourteenth century, the picture of the "Last Supper" by Tintoretto or the fourteen Stations of the Cross paintings by Giandomenico Tiepolo.
B) Shopping en Venecia
The Venetian artisans have much prestige in Italy: Venice, may be lost among the many stores and shops selling everything from souvenirs for tourists to authentic luxury items, as bags, masks, recorded the decoration paper. Stores, usually, open from 9:30-10:00 a 19:30 Monday to Saturday, but closed a couple of hours at noon. Markets and grocery stores open on 8:00.
Transfers in / out are performed in Vaporetto.
Total price from € 988 per person =
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