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Romantic Week End In Venice Tour

Romantic Week End In Venice Tour Packages
Country: Italy
City: Venice
Duration: 2 Day(s) - 2 Night(s)
Tour Category: Classic Tours
Departure Date: Thu 01 Jan '99

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Package Itinerary

Spend 2 days in Venice with your special someone for one of the most romantic experiences possible.

You and your partner will start out with a romantic dinner at a traditional Venetian restaurant. Enjoy a 3-course set menu and a special table. You’ll receive a red heart-shaped cake known as Cuor de Venexia and a red rose for your partner.

Stay at a 3-star or boutique hotel in the historic center of Venice for 2 nights.

On the second day, you’ll head off on a 2-hour walking tour with a professional photographer who will take photos of you at a number of different, romantic locations in Venice.

About 100 photos will be taken, which will be delivered to you in a week, by means of a Dropbox account.


1. St. Mark's Basilica

Certainly Venice's best-known church, and one of the most easily recognized in the world, St. Mark's Basilica (Basilica di San Marco) was originally the Doge's private chapel, decorated with Byzantine art treasures that are part of the booty brought back by Venetian ships after the fall of Constantinople.

The gold-backed mosaic pictures above the doorways on the façade only hint at the mosaic artistry inside, where 4,240 square meters of gold mosaics cover the domes and walls. These set a distinctly Byzantine tone to its soaring interior, but you'll find treasures from other periods, including later mosaics designed by Titian and Tintoretto - names you'll encounter all over the city.

2. Piazza San Marco (St. Mark's Square)

The vast expanse of Venice's largest square is brought together and made to seem almost intimate by the elegant uniformity of its architecture on three sides. But more than its architectural grace, St. Mark's Square (Piazza San Marco) is loved as Venice's living room, the place everybody gathers, strolls, drinks coffee, stops to chat, meets friends and tour guides or just passes through on the way to work or play.

3. Palazzo Ducale (Doge's Palace) and Bridge of Sighs

Visitors arriving in Venice once stepped ashore under the façade of this extraordinary palace. They couldn't have failed to be impressed, both by its size and the finesse of its architecture.

4. Canale Grande (Grand Canal)

Sweeping through the heart of Venice in a giant reverse S curve, the Grand Canal is the principal boulevard through the city, connecting Piazza San Marco, Rialto Bridge, and the arrival points of the rail station and bridge from the mainland.

5. Lido

The long (12-kilometer) strip of sand that separates the Venetian lagoon from the Adriatic Sea was Europe's first real beach resort, and in its heyday, at the turn of the 20th century, was Europe's most fashionable watering hole for royalty and the day's celebs. Today, the grand hotels where they reposed still welcome guests and still own the beautiful fine-sand beaches, although for a price you can share them with hotel guests.

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