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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.

Rome: Photoshoot with the Trevi Fountain

2. Rome: Photoshoot with the Trevi Fountain

Turn your visit into a memory that will last a lifetime with a photoshoot session at the Trevi Fountain. Let your professional photographer who knows all the best angles take snapshots of you outside this stunning landmark. Meet your photographer for your candid photographs. Bring your smile and follow the instructions of your professional photographer to get some great shots. Enjoy the thrill of taking a private photo shoot in the heart of Rome. Get your picture taken alone or with the special people in your life. Be sent a personal link to your pictures within 24 hours. View and download the high-resolution images on your own device.

Lazise: Vineyard Tour and Organic Wine Tasting

3. Lazise: Vineyard Tour and Organic Wine Tasting

Explore a recently built organic winery in Lazise. Go on a guided tour of the estate and the farm's wine cellar, followed by a tasting of 5 different wines accompanied by savory snacks. Head to the winery, which is located along the eastern shore of Lake Garda and surrounded by picturesque landscapes. Here, you'll meet your guide to begin your tour of the vineyards. Discover the different varieties of grapes grown here and find out about the farm's sustainable approach. From here, make your way to the wine cellar to learn more about wine production. See the working instruments, both old and new, and hear about the production methods used by the farm. Then, follow your guide to the tasting area to sample 5 of the estate's best wines accompanied by cured meats, bread sticks, cheese, and olives produced on the wine farm. At the end of your winery experience, feel free to visit the modern wine shop and purchase a few bottles of their wine to take with you.

Bari: Norman-Swabian Castle Tour with a Guide

4. Bari: Norman-Swabian Castle Tour with a Guide

It is impossible to miss one of the most emblematic symbols of the city of Bari, the Norman-Swabian Castle, an imposing fortress dating back to the 13th century, now turned into a museum. With its extensive moat it overlooks the gates of Bari Vecchia, flanking the perimeter of the city, which was defended by it since the Roman times. To the defensive function, the Normans added the monitoring of the territory. Afterwards, as the seat of the court of Isabella of Aragon, the Castle acquired a Renaissance style and was completed with the defensive wall, the corner bastions, the drawbridge and the quadrangular courtyard. The complete tour of the Castle (inside and outside) comes with the access to the Gipsoteca, an interesting collection of Romanesque sculptures and plaster casts, which reflect the details of the most important monuments of Puglia, from the Middle Ages to the early twentieth century.

Bari: St. Nicholas Basilica and Crypt Guided Tour

5. Bari: St. Nicholas Basilica and Crypt Guided Tour

Discover every detail of the most important church in Bari, one of the most remarkable examples of Romanesque in the world, the first large Norman church in the South. Its grandeur is highlighted by the wide limestone facade and by multiple ornamental details, such as the Porta dei Leoni on the north side, decorated with bass relieves portraying chivalry scenes. Inside, large transverse arches and laboriously carved capitals will capture your attention, transforming themselves into the perfect frame of a fascinating journey into the cult of Saint Nicholas, between history and devotion. The tour ends with a visit to the famous crypt, which contains the relics of the Saint, and which inspired a legend telling the story of the spear of Longinus, a Roman soldier who pierced the side of Jesus on the Cross.

Venice: Lagoon Cruise on Catamaran with Lunch and Drinks

6. Venice: Lagoon Cruise on Catamaran with Lunch and Drinks

Enjoy a romantic catamaran cruise on the Venice Lagoon that will take you along the Bay of San Marco and the beautiful Giudecca canal to Lido, and back via Sant'Elena and Giardini Della Biennale. Climb aboard the catamaran and be welcomed by the crew as you get ready to sail. Grab a seat or lie down on the large front nets. Relax and enjoy the ride as you listen to soft chill-out music. Taste a delicious light lunch with gazpacho, vegetarian cous-cous, and fresh fruit with frozen yogurt that will have your taste buds wanting more. Experience a day out that you won't forget in one of the most romantic places in the world. Escape the crowds and take a break from your busy schedule. 

Bari: Simi Palace and Byzantine Church Guided Tour

7. Bari: Simi Palace and Byzantine Church Guided Tour

Discover the ruins within Palazzo Simi, one of the most important museums in Bari. Dating back to the 16th century, it hosts inside a permanent archaeological exhibition useful to get an idea of the history of the city, and of the many cultures that have distinguished it. The display of the artifacts on the ground floor will lead you till the early history. They range from a model of an original settlement to fragments of prehistoric pottery and rare examples of Italian-Mycenaean ceramics which prove the breadth of the city's commercial network in the Mediterranean. The fascinating underground itinerary will lead you to the remains of a marvelous Byzantine church dating back to the IX-X century, where the three apses, part of the altar and some fragments of a fresco can still be distinguished. In addition to the remains of the Byzantine church, in the underground you can see the remains of a Roman house discovered during the restoration work. Even deeper, there is the archaeological area accessed through the staircase running along the ancient oven of the noble palace.

From Venice: Catamaran Sunset Jazz Cruise with Aperitivo

8. From Venice: Catamaran Sunset Jazz Cruise with Aperitivo

Discover Venice from the water on a sunset catamaran cruise. Marvel at the orange and gold hues of the sky as you sip on Spritz or Prosecco and try local tapas during Aperitivo hour. Sit back and relax on this cruise along the Bay of San Marco. Head down the Guidecca Channel, across to Lido, and back again via Sant'Elena and Giardini/Biennale to see the iconic city sights from the water. As you sail into the sunset, listen to live jazz music onboard. Feel the beat of the music as you sip on your choice of three drinks and tuck into a selection of delicious cicchetti, or Venetian tapas.

Polignano a Mare: Street Food Tour with Tastings and Wine

9. Polignano a Mare: Street Food Tour with Tastings and Wine

A tour with local guide in Polignano a mare. Taste the traditional street food like: "Panzerotto" stuffed with mozzarella and tomato sauce, typical Apulian cold cuts, crusty Focaccia, excellent local wine and to top it off, a special coffee in a historical coffee bar in the city center. Eat, drink and explore like a local ! Enjoy a panoramic tour on the terraces of Polignano a mare with a local guide !

Venice: Scuola Dalmata di San Giorgio e Trifone Audioguide

10. Venice: Scuola Dalmata di San Giorgio e Trifone Audioguide

Enhance your experience at the Scuola Dalmata di San Giorgio e Trifone with this informative, web app-based audioguide. Your smartphone is all you need to experience the authentic atmosphere of this historical landmark. Starting from the Sala Terrena, walk through the museum rooms and let yourself be guided through centuries of history and works of art. Saint George Slaying the Dragon, Saint Tryphon and the Basilisk, The Vision of Saint Augustine; listen to the secrets of these paintings while admiring their beauty. The digital multi-media guide is immediately available on the browser of your smartphone, and it allows you to access the story of the Scuola, its painter and the immense cultural heritage contained within it.

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We got into the palace immediately and it was very impressive and interesting. Some parts were closed but we were able to see a lot and continue on our day.

Well arranged Except for no marking for start Some one with flag of tour present would help Every one was lost trying to find the right queue

Amazing day!!! My mom and I had the time of our lives. Money well spent. Learnt a lot while experiencing beautiful scenery.

I recommend this tour, especially to musicians. Being a concert pianist, I really enjoyed the experience.

Excellent concert! Highly recommend listening to Vivaldi's Four Seasons in his place of birth.