Easter holidays represent for many the first days of relaxation and holidays after the long winter months and a great way to switch off could be to spend a few days in the city of Venice.
Easter in Venice, characterized by longer and warmer days. Spring in Venice will allow you to make the most of the opportunities that the city offers without having to worry about cold, high water, overcrowding or scorching heat, therefore one of the most suitable periods for a visit to Venice.
Here are some tips on how to spend Easter days in Venice.
Venice is a treasure chest. Numerous are the works of art of all kinds distributed in museums and public buildings or in private homes. Walking around Venice you can come across numerous contemporary art galleries, high-quality temporary exhibitions but above all in the permanent collections of Venetian museums, some of which can be considered among the best in Italy.
The must-see museums in Venice are:
The Accademia Galleries: collects the best collection of Venetian and Venetian art. Here are exhibited paintings by Titian, Giorgione, Bellini, Veronese among the most famous and here is preserved “The Vitruvian Man” by Leonardo Da Vinci.
Peggy Guggenheim Collection: It is located on the Grand Canal and preserves very important paintings and sculptures: among the most famous artists we find Picasso, Magritte, Dalì, Pollock etc.
Correr Museum: It is located in Piazza San Marco and hosts very important works by Bellini, Canova and Carpaccio along with numerous Venetian plains built from the 15th to the 19th century.
Last but not least are the world-famous Palazzo Ducale and the Basilica di San Marco with an adjoining museum. There are also organized tours that allow you to visit both with a single ticket.
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Thanks to the longer and sunny days of spring that the months offer, you will not have to miss the opportunity to do the evocative tour of the Venetian islands. Hotel Marte Venice organizes for customers organized tours on the islands of the Lagoon ( DISCOVER THE TOUR ) The most important islands of the lagoon and destination of all the tours are Murano, famous in all the way for the production and processing of handmade glass, Burano that will leave you speechless while admiring the bright colors of the fishermen’s houses and you can see up close the famous art of lace of this island.
The last is Torcello, home to numerous Byzantine basilicas, it was the first settlement of the Venetian lagoon even though today it has only 20 inhabitants.
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