carnaval venise

In addition to its canals and gondolas, Venice is known worldwide for its carnival. This tradition dates back to the Middle Ages (around the 10th century) and has continued until today, despite a notable absence during the 20th century. Originally, the masks were intended to erase social classes for oneRead More →

ville venise

The city of Venice was founded shortly after 568. For eight centuries it was the capital of the Republic of Venice. Famous for its canals, its St. Mark’s Square and its Doge’s Palace as well as for its carnival, the city of the Doges is a Unesco World Heritage Site.Read More →

pont soupirs venise

Visit the Bridge of Sighs in Venice, Italy. Venice is an enchanting city, full of amazing sights to discover. One of the most visited and sought-after places, not only by locals but also by tourists, is the Bridge of Sighs, which, in addition to having an important historical context forRead More →

opera venise fenice

For lovers of art and culture, the La Fenice Theatre is a must stop, after all, in addition to being beautiful, it is the scene of breathtaking shows. History of the La Fenice Theatre in Venice Venice’s La Fenice Theater opened in 1792 with an opera performance called I GiochiRead More →

venice grand canal

Venice is an Italian city that is on the route of most people who intend to visit the European country. Today we’re going to talk more about the Grand Canal of Venice, share tips, the best ways to get to know it and much more. What is the Grand CanalRead More →

Basilique Saint-Marc

The most precious and splendid religious monument in Venice, admired by art experts and tourist crowds from all over the world. Famous for its originality, history, beauty and artistic wealth. St. Mark’s Basilica is a masterpiece of late Byzantine, Romanesque and Gothic architecture in perfect harmony. Its interior is aRead More →

place saint-marc

St. Mark’s Square is considered one of the most beautiful squares in the world, thanks to its unique composition and its architecture combining elements of fantasy and reality. Napoleon, impressed by the harmony of the marble palaces, called it the most beautiful salon in the world and it is theRead More →

pont rialto

The Rialto Bridge is the oldest of the four existing bridges on the Grand Canal and is also the dividing line between the San Marco and San Polo districts. Every year, millions of tourists cross it. The monument is one of the main postcards of Venice, along with the BridgeRead More →

palais doges ducal venise

One of the greatest symbols of Venice – if not the greatest – is the Ducal Palace, also known as the Doge’s Palace. Considered a true masterpiece of Venetian Gothic architecture. History of the Ducal Palace Doge’s Palace With a history as incredible as its architecture, it began as aRead More →