Venice Boutique B&B on the Grand Canal

As travelers ourselves we know how difficult it can be to discover new cities. We want to make this easy for you.
This page is dedicated to our favorite experiences and a description of why we love each of them. Enjoy!


Cooking School

Taking Acquolina’s Cooking class is a fantastic Culinary Experience that will get you into a real Italian style and way of life.
web: www.acquolina.com/eng/content/cooking-school/


Musica a Palazzo

Musica a Palazzo offers a new way of experiencing the grand opera. The opera is a travelling show and each act is set in a different hall of one of the most fascinating Venetian palaces: Palazzo Barbarigo Minotto. The interaction and intimacy between the singers, instrumentalists and the audience will offer the spectator an extraordinary emotion: the privilege of experiencing the opera from within.
web: www.musicapalazzo.com


Bragozzo Boat Tours

Experience the beauty of the Venetian Lagoon on a classical, wooden Venetian boat. Tommaso and his crew offer a selection of tours throughout the day. For more information check out their website or simply ask us.
web: www.ilbragozzo.it



Macacotour aims to give children from all over the world a unique and unforgettable experience. Through thematic itineraries, they will discover the hidden and mysterious Venice, totally unknown to the crowds of tourists but rich of inspiration and charm.
web: www.macacotour.com
mail: [email protected]


Eolo - Slow Food in the Lagoon

Venice, past and present, is tied to the life of the sea. Here earth and sea meet and mix in history as well as in on the table. Through the ancient port of Venice came new foods and flavors that influenced and revolutionized eating habits throughout Europe. The East, with which the island city traded, brought spices and exotic fruits, such as raisins, to Venetian cuisine. Meanwhile, the lagoon put fish and game on the menu.
web: www.cruisingvenice.com


Venice Biennale

One of the most prestigious cultural institutions in the world. Established in 1895, the Biennale has an attendance today of over 370,000 visitors at the Art Exhibition. The history of the Venice Biennale dates back from 1895, when the first International Art Exhibition was organized. In the 1930s new festivals were born: Music, Cinema, and Theatre (the Venice Film Festival in 1932 was the first film festival ever organized). In 1980 the first Intl. Architecture Exhibition took place, and in 1999 Dance made its debut at the Venice Biennale.
web: www.labiennale.org


Venice Weddings & Events

Angel Lion Weddings
web: www.weddingplannervenice.com


Rowing Lessons

An instructer explains the basic stroke, then accompanies students to the lagoon and smaller canals to practice. Two hour lessons from €65 per person or €40 each for two
web: www.rowvenice.org


Orsoni Mosaic Tour and Workshop

This family company has produced tesserae colored glass mosaic tiles since 1888, and its foundry in the Ghetto is a place out of time. Appointment only tours are €13 but the fee is waived for those who buy the mosaic jewelry, artworks and other objects.
web: www.trend-group.com/orsoni



This is usually top of the list for any traveler. Alaska owner Carlo Pistacchi offers all-natural handmade ice cream in the wall shop in the Santa Croce neighborhood, very close to Cima Rosa. Flavors are seasonal! Calle Larga dei Brari.
web: www.cucchiaiodilegno.it