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Indigo Venice Sant'Elena 4* —
Your Board Basis
After a day spent visiting museums and “Palazzi”, getting lost in the maze of “calli” and staring in amazement at the breathtaking views from the top of the monumental bridges, you can return to the hotel and enjoy some authentic Italian cuisine.Order a traditional spritz (a prosecco-based cocktail) or a glass of Prosecco (local sparkling white wine), both served with a side of snacks and finger foods. Have a quiet little chat in the garden while you wait for your table to be ready.Once you're seated, you can enjoy some mouth-watering dishes created from freshly caught seafood and locally grown seasonal produce. Followed by a tempting selection of delicious desserts.Please note: some dining outlets/menu items and premium, branded and international drinks may not be included and may incur a surcharge payable locally. Meals, snacks and drinks may be available at selected times only.
The colourful island of Murano has been the centre of a specialist trade known as glass-blowing since the 13th-century. The importance of these artisans has been entrenched in Venice's very history and has helped form its long-established reputation as the manufacturer of exquisite glass works of art. One just has to say Venetian Glass and it conjures up images of delicately twisted vases and eye-catching colours. During your excursion, you will get the opportunity to see first-hand the great care that these artisans put into their trade and watch them transform an indistinct lump into a graceful object.
Your Destination —
Venice is unlike any other destination seen across the world. Constantly defying expectations and captivating visitors, 'The Floating City' is an enchanting, bucket-list holiday spot. Spread across 118 islands and linked together by a winding chain of canals and over 400 unique bridges, Venice's charm never ceases and its immense beauty never fails to impress.
Without doubt, St. Mark's Basilica stands as the city's most famous building. As one of the most important religious buildings in all of Northern Italy, this is a must-stop spot for guests in search of Venice's intricate artwork, ornate detail and fascinating Italian Byzantine architecture. Similarly surrounded by opulent design, St Mark's Square is the perfect introduction to Venice's lively streets, ideally located just across from the iconic Grand Canal.
In terms of activities in Venice, none are more important than a classic and quintessential gondola ride. Lay back, relax and soak up the timeless beauty of the city's canals for a uniquely Venetian experience that you're sure to remember!