Explore the Romantic City of Venice in Three Perfect Days

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The magical Italian city of Venice is often called the “Queen of the Adriatic.” Venice is recognized as one of the most romantic, if not the most romantic city in the world.

When one hears the word Venice, it conjures up visions of an endless fairytale of canals, a romantic gondola ride and incredible building architecture. Venice is also known for luxury shopping, local markets and numerous fine dining restaurants.

The city’s history is rich in culture. Each view from a narrow bridge or stroll down the piazzas tells a unique story. So how should you spend your time discovering Venice, Italy. Many people spend just a day from the mainland of Italy, but there is much to see and do.

We wanted to share the perfect way to spend three days exploring Venice. You’ll fall in love at first sight and want to immediately make plans to return someday soon.

For those you are making plans to visit this Spring and love art, you are in luck. Venice is hosting all of its major art exhibitions this season. The art exhibits include the Fortuny Museum, the exhibition of Carlo Fontana in Palazzo Franchetti and Venice Art for All Haris Epaminondas Chapter IV. Cyprian artist Haris Espaminonda also makes his first Italy art exhibit in Venice.

There’s no better place to start your Venice stay than visiting St. Mark’s Square and its incredible Cathedral. St. Mark’s Square is also known as Piazza San Marco and is the primary, public square of Venice. The amazing Diocesan Museum of Sacred Art displays a wide variety of very unusual artistic pieces. One of the best places to take in the famous Grand Canal of Venice is from the terrace of the De Pisis. To view the Bellini’s famous triptych and Titian’s magnificent ‘Assumption of the Virgin Mary’ stop by the church of the Franciscan Friars. End the day with a fine dining experience at the Michelin-starred Quadri Restaurant located in Saint Mark’s Square.

Begin your second day with a delicious breakfast at one of many local eateries. Then it’s off to the Veneto Region of Italy with a short train ride to Padua. Be sure to see the world-renowned Scrovegni Chapel frescoes that were created

by Giotto. Visit St. Anthony’s Cathedral and stroll through the beautiful botanical gardens, plus view Galileo’s operating table. You can dine at the trattoria “Da Gianni” or head back to Saint Mark’s Square for numerous restaurant choices.

On day three, hop on a private boat and head out to the Islands of the lagoon. Explore this amazing place and be taken back in time. One of the most secret islands is San Francesco del Deserto. On the island of Torcello, you can dine and enjoy the panoramic views of Venice. For additional views and a little exercise, be sure to climb up to the top of the beautiful bell tower. Upon your return to Venice, stop by the busy Rialto Market which is right next to famous Rialto Bridge.

To have a true VIP experience, be sure to stay at The Bauers luxury hotel while in Venice. This elegant hotel can be found just a few steps away from the main city center of Venice.

If you want to live in a dream for a few days, nothing beats The Bauers Hotel, located in the heart of Venice, a mere two minutes walking distance from the city’s St. Mark’s Square, shopping, and cultural center. Also nearby is the magical Doge’s palace, which best symbolizes Venice. Doge’s palace is also located in St. Mark’s Square, close by the famous Ponte dei Sospiri.

A luxury stay at The Bauers hotel provides its guests with many privileges such as passes to the Pinault Foundation, the various civic museums and access to the Venice Casino. In addition, receive benefits in some of the luxury hotel’s partner boutiques located around Venice.

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The Bauers hotel makes for a perfect stay while in scenic Venice. Itself offering classic architecture and opulence.

To make plans to visit Venice, Italy and stay at The Bauers luxury hotel near Saint Mark’s Square, contact one of our travel concierge specialists at The Life of Luxury. Continue keeping up with the best luxury travel news by following our luxury blog.


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