L’Opéra Garnier di Parigi è ancora oggi sede del balletto dell’Opéra National ed è usata soprattutto per le rappresentazioni della compagnia. Anche per i non appassionati di teatro e balletto, però, l’Opéra resta una tappa cruciale per la storia della città.
PALAZZO VECCHIO IN FLORENCE: TICKETS AND WHAT TO SEE
Florence is the city that gave birth to some of Italy’s greatest artists and men of letters and is home to numerous masterpieces that are the expression of centuries of cultural and artistic hegemony. In particular, Piazza della Signoria is a concentration of works of art: from the Loggia dei Lanzi, a true open-air museum, to Palazzo Vecchio and the Uffizi Galleries. In this artistic context, Palazzo Vecchio is the symbol of 14th-century civil architecture and visiting its most famous rooms, as well as the more hidden ones, is a must for visitors to the Tuscan capital.
VENICE, TICKETS TO VISIT THE BASILICA OF SAN MARCO
Venice is a unique city in the world: it is developed entirely on water and contains works of art and architecture that are an expression of its cultural and economic history.
If gondolas are the most iconic image from a folkloric point of view, St Mark’s Basilica, with its Mark’s square in front, is the true symbol of the city. This monumental complex, overlooking the lagoon, takes quite some time to visit; there are various combinations of entrances to explore the religious building according to one’s needs, from standard tickets to combined tickets, as well as those that include access to the terrace or the Pala d’Oro.
Tickets to visit St Mark’s Basilica
WORKS OF ART IN MANTUA YOU MUST SEE: THE MUST-SEE MASTERPIECES
Mantua is a treasure trove, but which works of art in Mantua are a must-see?
In this post you will find a list of the must-see works of art in Mantua, allowing you to discover the city through an itinerary in which art and beauty are the only necessary guides.
Must-see works of art in Mantua
HISTORY AND CURIOSITIES ABOUT THE TREVI FOUNTAIN: A MAGICAL PLACE IN ROME
The Trevi Fountain is one of Rome’s most famous and iconic fountains, located in the Trevi district. The fountain was built in 1762 by order of Pope Clement XIII and is considered an example of Roman Baroque.
The Trevi Fountain has been restored several times throughout its history, most recently in 2014, and is one of the most important symbols of Rome.