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  • A gift in Venice: arts and crafts

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    Venice of arts and crafts: starting with the glass blowers and decorators, to move to those that carve the wood, those that build a gondola and the other boats in Venice, the oars, the oar forks, those that prepare the gold leaf, those that create the mosaic tiles, the ones that make books and paper by hand, those that create with paper, decorate paper like marble, the mask makers and paper mache, that paint masks, those that print fabrics or weave the silk draperies, those that make shoes by hand, that make jewels with ancient beads…

  • The Wonder’s of Murano Glass

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    It is not known exactly when the art of glass making began except that it was confined to Murano by a law passed in 1291. Since then Murano glass has been known worldwide for its craftsmanship, imagination, creativity and originality. Still today as in the past Murano glass is made by hand with a team of artisans known as a “piazza” working around the glass master who seated in his “scagno” directs and works the glass with his team.”

  • TREVISO & the Radicchio Route

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    Treviso is a vibrant and beautiful town not far from Venice that has everything you could want from a mid-sized Veneto city: medieval city walls, lots of pretty canals, narrow cobbled streets and frescoed churches. Get in touch with the delicious foods and wines of the Treviso area- which normally takes place starting from early November and discover their fascinating places of production.


    Login to see price! Prosecco vineyards at morning during summer, Valdobbiadene, Italy. Taken on July 17, 2016.

    From Conegliano to Valdobbiadene: there are more than 30 km of scenic countryside with precious vine yards, wine cellars and charming cathedrals. We have designed this new tour to familiarize a knowing clientele of this enchanting region in the outskirts of Venice where the famous and typical ” Prosecco” ( Venetian Champagne) is made. The wine is described as topaz colour, intoxicating bouquet, a mischievous sapidity and as already unforgettable after its first taste.

  • A day in the Venetian countryside.

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    After the transfer from your hotel in Venice, you will meet your private driver in Piazzale Roma and start your tour to discover the authentic tastes of the Venetian countryside.


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    Walking from the hotel they will reach one of the most lively and colorful campo of the city, Campo Santa Margherita, children will discover an antique Venetian masks studio and meet the owner who will teach them how to decorate a real mask.The craftsman will give them a theoretical explanation to understand the meaning of each mask and the different coloring techniques to express their creativity, and they will at the end take home their hand made mask that they made and photographs of the day. We will then accompany them back to the hotel stopping first for a famous Italian Gelato.


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    This route begins in Conegliano, known for being the birthplace of one of the best representatives of the Venetian Renaissance painting – Giambattista Cima – and for being the starting point of the famous Prosecco Road.


    Login to see price! WELNESS IN THE DOLOMITES

    Comelico Superior is the last remnant of the Eastern Cadore and Veneto, bordering Pustertal and Austria, a small paradise preserved by the confusion of mass tourism.


    Login to see price! Pause bei der Bergwanderung, Wanderstiefel mit Blumen

    For nature lovers and sports can be arranged on request trekking among the more ‘typical huts of the Belluno Dolomites, mountain biking, rafting …

  • VERONA: Food & Wine

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    A walk in the historic center of Verona, on the banks of the Adige river and the medieval streets, in search of places of tradition and good wine. We show the historical reasons for the presence of the taverns and we present the wines of Verona area: the white Custoza, Durello, Lugana, Soave, Valpolicella red and emblazoned Amarone.