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10
Jan
Girare Venezia: Libreria Acqua Alta

Getting Around Venice: Libreria Acqua Alta

If the usual tourist tours are not for you but you want to discover all the secrets of a city, you can visit one of the most special places in the city of Venice. We are talking about the Libreria Acqua Alta which is located at the water level of the Venetian canals, in fact, […]

31
Dec
It's New Year let's say goodbye to 2019!

It’s New Year: let’s say goodbye to 2019!

It’s New Year: another year has passed. 2019 was a year full of surprises and events. The entire staff of the Ristorante Falciani is happy to have spent this year too with all its customers. The compliments we receive from our customers and the smile we see on their faces once they have tasted our […]

20
Dec
Venice in a festive mood: the Christmas markets

Venice in a festive mood: the Christmas markets

Venice is ready to celebrate Christmas! The city is full of typical Christmas markets that warm the atmosphere. The largest market in Venice is the MCV XmasMARKET. It is located in Palazzo Zenobio, a splendid building in the city centre, now the seat of the Armenian College. Lots of lights and market stalls await you. […]

10
Dec
The collection of Mr. X, the man who lived 500 years

The collection of Mr. X, the man who lived 500 years

The collection of Mr. X, the man who lived 500 years is perhaps one of the most mysterious titles given to an art exhibition. Alberta Pane Gallery presents the exhibition The collection of Mr. X, the man who lived 500 years at its Venetian headquarters. The project is based on the premise of a parallel […]

29
Nov
Dalla nostra offerta di vini l’Amarone di Valpolicella

Our offer of wines: the Amarone alla Valpolicella

Did you order a grilled t-bone steak with vegetables or a veal liver “Venetian style” with onions and now you don’t know which wine is better as accompanying? Then Amarone di Valpolicella is the answer you’re looking for. The Amarone di Valpolicella, usually known as Amarone, is an Italian DOCG dry passito red wine exclusively […]

18
Nov
Getting Around Venice: the Murano Glass Museum

Getting Around Venice: the Murano Glass Museum

If you’re visiting Venice and you love the art of glass, then you absolutely should stop by the Murano Glass Museum. The Murano Glass Museum is based in the historical Palazzo dei Vescovi di Torcello, an ancient buildind with typical flamboyant Gothic shapes. Throughout history, the ancient diocese had different functions: in 1861 the central […]

08
Nov
Art Exhibition: Painting of light. Burano and its Painters

Art Exhibit: Painting of light. Burano and its Painters

For art lovers, at the Lace Museum in Burano, until January 8th 2020 will be present the exhibition Painting of Light. Burano and its Painters.  It all began in the early 1900s, when some artists decided to move to the Venetian island, soon turning it into the main venue for a modern and alternative art, […]

31
Oct
Visit the Foundation Giorgio Cini

Visit the Foundation Giorgio Cini

The Giorgio Cini Foundation is a place of culture and beauty, a peaceful oasis gathered on the small island of San Giorgio Maggiore. The Giorgio Cini Foundation is a private organism, founded by Vittorio Cini in 1951 to commemorate his son Giorgio Cini, who died tragically in an airplane incident.  The non-lucrative organisation aims to […]

14
Oct

Tiramisù: the Italian dessert par excellence

Tiramisù is the most famous Italian dessert in the world. Its origins are decidedly uncertain and its recipe appears written in recipe books only at the end of the 1960s. There are those who think it was born in the kitchens of a Veneto restaurant, while others attribute it to Friuli Venezia Giulia; what is […]

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