There are so many reasons to visit Venice and these beautiful autumn days are an invitation to go for a wander, choosing the most hidden itineraries. Whatever the reason, if you want to plan a trip to the city, we advise you to plan your trip by choosing in the Tourist Report the less crowded days.
Venice is always a cultural laboratory and it is in the art that it reveals its best features.
Here are some suggestions. Visit #Freespace ,the 16th International Architecture Exhibition until Nov. 25, 2018. In addition to the national pavilions of Giardini and Arsenale, there are many venues scattered around Venice, in historic buildings, churches and museums. When visiting the island of San Giorgio to see the works exhibited for the Biennale, take your time to visit also the exhibition dedicated to the M.V.M. Cappellin Glassworks and the Young Carlo Scarpa. Since you are there, do not forget to climb the bell tower of San Giorgio Maggiore to enjoy the wonderful panorama and visit the Abbey. If you love the greenery, do not forget a tour of the gardens and the Borges Maze and the art collections.
Snapshots from the Garden of Eden, continues at the Jewish Museum until Nov. 4th, 2018.
Léon Bakst. Symbol of the Ballets Russes at Palazzo Cini until 11/19/2018. Walking then from San Vio, we reach the Peggy Guggenheim Collection where you can admire 1948: The Biennale of Peggy Guggenheim, the exhibition, the garden and the initiatives reserved for children aged 6 to 10.