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Venice: New Year's Eve Gala Dinner and Cabaret Show Ticket

1. Venice: New Year's Eve Gala Dinner and Cabaret Show Ticket

Celebrate New Year's Eve in the midst of Venetian art and opulence with a gala dinner show in Avanspettacolo Venice Cabaret. Be entertained by singers, dancers, musicians and acrobats while enjoying a multi-course fish/seafood-based dinner with Italian wine. Start your evening in the magical atmosphere of Avanspettacolo Venice Cabaret with a welcome drink. Later, savor a delicious fish/seafood dinner as you watch the Grand Show with the performances of singers, musicians, dancers, and other artists in a cabaret/musical-style show suitable for all ages, in a Baroque-adorned theatre hall. Following the midnight toast, the after-show with music and dance performances continues all night long.

Venice: Vivaldi Music Concert in the Vivaldi Church

2. Venice: Vivaldi Music Concert in the Vivaldi Church

Pre-book your concert ticket and enjoy an evening of culture as you attend a performance of the Baroque Live Concert by the I Virtuosi Italiani ensemble at Vivaldi Church in Venice. Delight your ears with classical masterpieces in a beautiful setting. A dream come true, to experience the emotion of listening to Vivaldi's music in the places where it was composed it's sound, musical notes, the art of a great Baroque composer, but above all it's the energy of this place, Vivaldi's Church. Delight your ears as talented musicians play baroque music masterpieces, including Tomaso Albinoni's Symphony in G minor, Vivaldi's Concerto in D minor, and more (Bach, Haendel, Telemann, Tartini, Corelli, Geminiani, Bonporti). The concert is held in the church of Pietà, Santa Maria della Visitazione, also known as the church of Vivaldi, where Antonio Vivaldi spent forty years of his life and composed his magnificent works. It was also here where masters like Francesco Gasparini and Antonio Vivaldi trained the Daughters of the Choro to become virtuoso musicians renowned for their art all over Europe.

Venice: Fondazione Querini Stampalia Entry Tickets

3. Venice: Fondazione Querini Stampalia Entry Tickets

Visit the Fondazione Querini Stampalia, the aristocratic palace of Count Giovanni Querini, with just 1 entry ticket valid for the entire day. Explore its incredible artwork collections and architecture, and get a peek into the lifestyle of the most refined élite of the Venetian Republic. Discover the works of esteemed contemporary artists such as Joseph Kosuth, Carlo Scarpa, Mario Botta, Valeriano Pastor, and Michele De Lucchi. Marvel at pieces from the 14th to the 20th century, including masterpieces by Giovanni Bellini, Palma il Vecchio, Pietro Longhi, and Giambattista Tiepolo. Enjoy the Intesa Sanpaolo Collection and explore the secret garden designed by Italian architect Carlo Scarpa. Get lost in the beauty of art and experience the atmosphere of a true Venetian patrician home. Visit the café, bookshop, and temporary exhibits for an unforgettable experience.

Pompeii' tickets and Audioguide in the office

4. Pompeii' tickets and Audioguide in the office

Walk around the ruins of the ancient Roman city of Pompeii on a self-guided tour with skip-the-line entry. Learn about the various buildings from your audioguide as you visit them. Start your tour at the activity provider's office. Grab a map and an audioguide and let the staff help you plan out your route. Explore Pompeii at your leisure. Visit the Forum, which was the center of commerce and public life. See what remains of this once-bustling place. Stroll among the remains of brothels, food stands and other businesses. Go inside an ancient Roman house and get an idea of how they lived.

Torreglia: Villa dei Vescovi

5. Torreglia: Villa dei Vescovi

Standing out on a knoll of the Euganean Hills, encircled by the lush, untainted greenery of the Veneto countryside, the Villa dei Vescovi is a highly significant villa that blazed a trail in this part of north-eastern Italy (and, indeed, far beyond) for a return to classical models, with echoes of the Roman Renaissance, thus anticipating Palladio’s widely copied aesthetic. The concept for the Villa dei Vescovi (“Bishops’ Villa”) was originated in the early 16th century by nobleman Alvise Cornaro at the behest of the Bishop of Padua, who wanted a venue for his intellectual circle that would tap the potential of the countryside as a catalyst for elevated thoughts and reflections, which were considered essential elements for governing well. Designed in compliance with these ideals by the Veronese architect Giovan Maria Falconetto to a rigidly geometric plan, the villa then benfitted from the input of Giulio Romano. It constitutes a refined experiment in Humanist culture, in which architecture, art and the landscape engage with each other in an ongoing game of visual references through the loggias and terraces, with a view to enhancing the wellbeing of those spending time there. As you approach the villa, a series of vineyards gives way to the verdant geometries of the walled garden, after which the beauty of the real landscape is once again reflected in the idealised panoramas of the loggias and the interiors, covered in their entirety with frescoes by the Flemish painter Lambert Sustris. The original vocation of the property, as a place with the ability to inspire and elevate the spirit, survives today: the invitation stills stands to immerse yourself in the Villa dei Vescovi, enjoying a day of creative otium or staying overnight in the guest accommodation, savouring the benefits of its heart-warming ambience.

Rome: Open-Top Bus and Navona Underground Entry Ticket

6. Rome: Open-Top Bus and Navona Underground Entry Ticket

With this ticket you can enjoy Rome from a unique perspective and discover the history of Rome by listening to a multilingual audio commentary, you can get on and get of the IOBUS at any of the stops whenever you want for the entire validity of your ticket. Moreover, you will have included the entrance ticket to the Domitian Stadium one of Imperial Rome’s Seven Wonders, located around 15 feet (4.5 meters) under Piazza Navona and also a digital audioguide of the Square. Board the bus at centrally located stops like Terminal via Marsala (Termini station), the National Roman Museum, Saint Mary Major Church, the Colosseum, Circus Maximus, Venice Square, the Vatican, the Spanish Steps, and the Trevi Fountain.

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I Virtuosi Italiani put on a spectacular show. There are many opportunities to hear them play The Four Seasons, but this special Vivaldi Sound Project concert featured selections from La Stravaganza and others. Simply extraordinary. And their encore, part of Summer from The Four Seasons, was incredible.

Fabolous venue , welcome drink on arrival , food and entertainment was excellent . The only negative I can say is nobody to run the bar so if you require a drink you have a long wait to get a drink as the staff are busy serving dinner .