The European Heritage Days are back and in the last weekend of September (23-24) in Venice the doors of the most interesting monuments, buildings, premises and areas are open to the public. You can choose among walks and guided tours in premises usually not open to the public, and historical nature walks in the islands.
For The European Day of Languages, September 26th, high school students of Veneto will present multimedia products focusing on the promotion of linguistic diversity at Santa Marta Theatre.
September 27 is World Tourism Day. This year’s theme, International Year of Sustainable Tourism for Development, is “Sustainable tourism: a tool for development”.
The City of Venice launched for the International Year of Sustainable Tourism for Development, the awareness campaign #EnjoyRespectVenezia designed to direct visitors towards the adoption of responsible and respectful behaviour towards the environment, landscape, artistic beauties and identity of Venice and its inhabitants. The objective is to raise awareness of tourist impact, with the belief that responsible travelling can contribute to sustainable development.
On September 29th, for VENETONIGHT – the European Researchers’ Night, media events, performances, experiments, conferences, exhibitions, children’s activities, guided tours will take place in the cities of Venice, Padua and Verona.