Thanks to an entrance ticket, everyone can see Venice from its highest tower, St Mark’s bell tower: it is in fact one of the few in Italy to have a lift and the view from the top is unmissable, with an enchanting view of the square and the city. The campanile is in fact set in the context of St Mark’s Square, which includes the basilica itself and the Doge’s Palace: a concentration of history, art and wonder over the lagoon.
How to get tickets to climb St Mark’s bell tower
The Basilica dei Frari is located in Venice and is situated in the heart of the city.
It is not just a church, but one of the most fascinating Venetian sites rich in masterpieces.
Also known as the Basilica di Santa Maria Gloriosa dei Frari, this majestic Franciscan church is a veritable treasure trove of works of art, providing an insight into the cultural and religious importance of Venice over the centuries. Every corner of this church is rich in history and beauty and allows anyone who visits it to immerse themselves in a unique experience.
The Basilica dei Frari, works and curiosities of a Venetian treasure
Among the museums in Venice that you must see at least once in your life is the Ca’ d’Oro. The works housed inside are part of the Giorgio Franchetti Gallery collection in Venice and are housed in the rooms of a palace with a long and rich history.
Not one of the most visited museums in Venice, the Ca’ d’Oro Venice nevertheless exhibits some authentic masterpieces worth discovering.
Ca’ d’Oro, the works of the Giorgio Franchetti Gallery in Venice to see
Casa Batllo. Image source: Thesignofcolor
L’esponente più eccentrico della corrente del Modernismo catalano, Antoni Gaudí, è anche l’architetto dietro alcuni dei luoghi di interesse più celebri di Barcellona, come la Sagrada Familia, Parc Güell e numerose opere di architettura civile, come Casa Batlló, Casa Milà e Casa Vicens. Il biglietto per le tre case di Gaudí in città consente di scoprire il genio dell’artista spagnolo nella progettazione, ma anche nella decorazione degli interni, che insieme a tutte le opere di Gaudí da vedere a Barcellona è espressione del suo stile stravagante ed estremamente personale.
Biglietti online per Casa Batlló
Sewing the Sail is an early masterpiece by Sorolla, a Spanish artist who participated in the 1905 Venice Biennale and devoted his entire life to the description of bright, Mediterranean landscapes.
Before being exhibited in Venice, this grandiose painting had already experienced great international fame as it had been exhibited both in Munich and Vienna. The far-sighted purchase of the city of Venice in 1905, however, made it possible for the work to become part of the collection of the International Gallery of Modern Art at Ca’ Pesaro, where it is still located today.
Sewing Sorolla’s sail: description and curiosities