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Inspires amazement and awe in everyone. La Serenissima: " ..he who has heard of its glory will not rest until he has seen it; he who has seen it will not rest until he has seen it again.." so said a Doge in 1570! Founded in 811 and for centuries the heart of trade and riches. More than 400 bridges and 200 canals turns a visit into a breathtaking experience. From the Basilica of San Marco, Palazzo Ducale, the Grand Canal, Galleria Accademia, Scuola di San Rocca, Santa Maria Gloriosa-the Franciscan Gothic church...and so much more. And, of course, the magical Teatro La Fenice which is staging an outstanding programme of opera in 2007.

The Veneto, and its most famous city, Venice, lie in the Po Valley between the Adriatic Sea and the Dolomites. It is a region rich in history and culture, from the Palladian architecture of cities like Vicenza to Giotto's beautiful frescoes in Padua's Cappella degli Scrovegni.
3 Day Tour Price from £795 per person
Includes: two nights accommodation with breakfast and taxes, top-category seat for one performance, opera synopsis, restaurant recommendations and city map.
Flights are not included but lowest fares can be sourced and booked.
Hotel Saturnia e International
Venice
Four star Hotel Saturnia was converted from a 14th-century palace and has been under the management of the same family since 1908. Located in the heart of Venice, near La Fenice theatre [5 minutes walk], the Rialto bridge and the Via XXII Marzo. Perfect base from which to explore La Serenissima! Marvellous service.
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