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1. A Cultural Bucket List Trip to Europe
June 14, 2018

No bucket list is complete without a European adventure. One of the greatest parts of travelling to places such as Paris, Athens and Venice is all the culture and history that surround these fascinating cities. I’ve compiled a list of what I believe to be the top cultural gems of Europe – perfect additions when you’re planning your next trip. I always find the hardest part of a holiday is choosing what things to do and see. Hopefully by the end of this article your itinerary will be sorted and all you’ll have left to do is book flights, get your European travel insurance for peace of mind and ... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

2. Visit the Homes and Museums of Amsterdam's Most Famous Faces
May 22, 2018

Amsterdam is a cultural city teeming with history. From world-renowned artist Van Gogh to the WW2 diarist Anne Frank, this “Northern Venice” won’t fail to amaze. The Dutch capital is therefore the perfect European getaway for a weekend of historical splendour. The easiest way for visitors to reach Amsterdam is to fly, followed by a pre-booked airport taxi. Schiphol is by far the biggest and best connected airport in the region. Anne Frank Museum The story of Anne Frank’s life is one of tragedy and heroism. For almost three years the Frank family lived in hiding in an annexe at 263 P... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

3. Know About Different Factors About Traveling from Amsterdam to Paris
April 12, 2018

The majority of travelers who've been to Venice claim that it is among the most inviting cities to go to in Europe. Nobody would dispute that London is among the top rated foreign capitals of the planet. Barcelona has everything to provide the company person or company trying to find the best site. In spite of popular opinion, Amsterdam isn't merely a city of liberal policies. Amsterdam, which is situated in the Netherlands, is a great city to stop by all year-long but should you get the opportunity to go there for the Queen's Day you won't regret it. There are a couple of matters you wou... (read more)

Author: Shovon Joarder

4. Take a Peek at Venice's Operatic Past
March 21, 2018

Italian river cruises offer a truly unique way to see this beautiful country and to discover its fascinating musical past. A trip to Venice by boat could give you the chance to explore the maritime city’s role in the history of opera and to visit the theatres which first brought this new art form to the people of the day. While most people know that opera originated in Florence at the end of the sixteenth century, few realise the important role Venice played in establishing the theatrical tradition in the hearts of the Italian people. A centre for trade, attracting a wide cosmopolit... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

5. Plague and Paintings: Venice's Chiesa del Redentore
March 21, 2018

There are so many wonderful sights to discover on one of our Italian river cruises. Italy is a land of culture, history and water, and nowhere is this more true than in the city on the lagoon. A luxury cruise that passes through the Venetian lagoon will give you the opportunity to meander by foot alongside the city’s waterways and take in all its glorious sights. It’s definitely worth stepping ashore to take a closer look at some of its medieval treasures like the fascinating Chiesa del Redentore. Surviving the Plague Set in the south of Venice, in the Giudecca region of the city, th... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

6. Venice's Baroque Basilicas: Santa Maria della Salute
February 12, 2018

All worth-while Italian river cruises navigate down the Guidecca Canal in Venice, offering passengers a glimpse of the fascinating and awe-inspiring Basilica of Santa Maria. An incredible Baroque style-church, it is an unmissable architectural destination that will enthral any lover of history and culture. The Basilica’s History There aren’t many positive things to say about the plague, but without it the marvellous Church of Santa Maria della Salute might never have been built. In the seventeenth century it was commonly understood that the Virgin Mary could stop the spread of diseas... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

7. The Abridged Guide to Venice's Most Beautiful Canal Crossings
February 12, 2018

Venice, a city of wide piazzas and narrow streets, is famous for its intricate network of canals. Lined with glorious remnants of the city’s decadent Renaissance past, these canals and their 400 bridges have made the city a top tourist destination in the modern age. Venice lies in an enclosed bay bookended by the mouths of the Piave and Po Rivers – popular with Italian river cruises – and is fondly referred to as the City of Bridges. Here you can dip your toes into the water with my quick guide to Venice’s most fascinating historic bridges. Ponte delle Tette Our first bridge has a s... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

8. Visiting Venice? Brush Up on Your Gondola Knowledge
February 07, 2018

For anyone who loves river cruises, Italy provides the perfect backdrop for discovering this beautiful country by waterway. And nowhere is this more true than in the watery city of Venice. The sleek black gondolas are as iconic a sight in Venice as St Mark’s Basilica or the Doge’s Palace. While today they are used, almost exclusively, by tourists and visitors, their history is entwined with the city, as they were once one of the main forms of transport around its labyrinth of canals and waterways. The History of the Venetian Boat We know that as early as the eleventh century go... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

9. Hidden Italy: History Off the Beaten Track
December 18, 2017

Italian history is loved and appreciated the world over. While millions of tourists flocking every year to Italy’s historical hotspots such as Venice and Rome, history enthusiasts in search of a quieter, less conventional historical holiday look beyond the major cities. Lake Garda and the region of Puglia are two destinations rich as any with Roman, Renaissance and modern historical narratives. Both are perfect places for an authentic Italian holiday without the crowds and the tourist trappings. Lake Garda A place of immense natural beauty and wide historical perspective, Lake Garda ... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

10. The Best Seats in the House on Our Italian Opera Cruise
November 20, 2017

Italy is a land of passions: from delicious food to breath-taking music, the romance of this country enchants everyone who visits. Italian river cruises are one of the best ways to experience all that Italy has to offer from a unique perspective. European Waterways’ luxurious Italian Opera Cruise allows our guests to see some of the most beautiful parts of the country. We cruise from the iconic Canal City, Venice, through the Po Valley, ending in one of the cultural centres of Northern Italy, Mantua. This trip is perfect for guests who want to immerse themselves in the beauty of opera, as well... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

11. The Grand Canal Welcomes You to Venice
September 22, 2017

It’s famous for its masks, zigzagging streets, stunning architecture, and – most of all – for its canals. Of course, I’m talking about Venice, otherwise known as the City of Water. Over the centuries, countless artists and writers have expressed their amazement upon beholding the time warp that is this miraculous metropolis. Even the German philosopher Friedrich Nietzsche, who was notoriously pessimistic about everything, had nothing but high praises for the city’s beauty, once stating that it is “another word for ‘music’”. While everyone should experience Venice’s romantic appeal, I’ve... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

12. Enjoy the Ultimate Dining Indulgence at Venice's Aman Canal Grande Hotel
August 21, 2017

There is no city that’s more romantic than Venice, whose glistening waterways, grand palazzos and, of course, its fantastic Italian cuisine simply cannot be bested. When you sit down to a candle-lit table for two, surrounded by the city’s opulence and splendour, you’ll know exactly what I mean. The Floating City doesn’t do things by halves, so you shouldn’t either. If you’re looking for the ultimate gourmet experience, there is only one destination for fine dining in Venice you should consider: the Aman Canal Grande Hotel. Hotel History and Reputation Located on the Grand Canal and ... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

13. Explore the Canals of Venice by Kayak
August 21, 2017

With its shimmering canals and vast lagoon, there is no other place in the world quite like Venice. For a truly unique way to explore The Floating City, why not exchange the traditional gondola for your own set of paddles and try kayaking in Venice? It offers a more unusual and adventurous way to see the city, allowing you to view its hidden alleys and secret corners from a whole new angle that most visitors don’t see. Travel Solo Kayaking in Venice is particularly ideal for independent travellers who like taking their trips into their own hands. With only one person per boat, it’s t... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

14. A Classy City Break in Venice
August 21, 2017

Where do you plan to go for your luxury holiday this summer? In Venice, you can see one of the most beautiful cities in Europe in style, take in an opera and revel in everything that this culture-soaked metropolis has to offer. Here are a few must-try things that will make your stay an elegant and memorable one. Listen to the Interpreti Veneziani in the Church of San Vidal When you’re on a luxury holiday in Venice, you simply must experience a recital by the Interpreti Veneziani at the stunning church of San Vidal. On most nights of the week, the deconsecrated church features f... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

15. Off the Beaten Track at the Venice Biennale 2017
August 21, 2017

Get away from the culture vulture crowds at this year’s Venice Biennale and enjoy first-class exhibitions in the city centre’s less touristy venues. Here are a few of my favourite spots, which allow you to take in the art without jostling for viewing space. Avoiding the hordes begins at the airport, so book one of Shuttle Direct’s Venice airport transfers to begin your cultural break conveniently and comfortably. Palazzo Grassi See Damien Hirst’s unmissable extravaganza, which sprawls through the Palazzo Grassi and the Dogana, the city’s former customs building. The exhibition is an... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

16. Highlights of the Venice Biennale 2017: An Art Review
August 21, 2017

Do you plan to take in some of the best that the 2017 Venice Biennale has to offer? This guide outlines some of the unmissable exhibits – as well as the most convenient way to get from Venice airport to Venice – so that you can spend more time meandering through the installations instead of worrying about crowded airport buses or extortionate local taxis. Giardini The public gardens (giardini), which are home to 29 national pavilions, are hosting a vast number of exhibitions for the duration of the summer, with some remaining open well into the winter. One of the standout exhibition... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

17. 3 Non-Touristy Tips for a Weekend in Venice
August 21, 2017

Although many consider Venice to be a tourist trap, here are some hidden gems that you can enjoy on a weekend break. These will leave you sitting on your Venice airport transfer home, feeling happy and fulfilled at having experienced an alternative side to this well-known city. Cruising the Grand Canal in a Vaporetto Travelling by vaporetto is arguably the best way to experience the true atmosphere of Venice. You’ll stumble upon delightful churches, campi (squares) and the places where the Venetians eat at local prices rather than typical tourist fare. Not only are the vaporetto... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

18. Explore the Beautiful Bridges of Venice
August 17, 2017

Venice is one of the easiest cities on Earth to explore on foot - which is just as well, because let's face it, with no cars allowed you really don’t have a choice! A well-organised small group Venice walking tour will take you past many of the city's most iconic landmarks, including some of the beautiful bridges that span the canals at various points. The following are some of the best-known bridges in the city, some of which you will see on a Venice walking tour and some of which you may have to discover on your own… The Bridge of Sighs The whimsically named Ponte dei Sospiri... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

19. Discovering the Grand Canal: Venice's Aquatic Wonder
August 17, 2017

Off to explore the Queen of the Adriatic? Whether you’re joining a Venice walking tour or you are planning to see the sights on your own, there’s one thing you’ll find everywhere: water, water and more water. Although La Serenissima is famous for its myriad canals, which have 400 bridges and connect 118 islands, the Grand Canal is by far the most important – and impressive – aquatic corridor of the city. To fully appreciate this imposing waterway’s magnificence, let’s talk about how it came to be. When equipped with the following fun facts, you’ll be ready to take the Grand Canal by stor... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

20. Making Memories in Murano: A Romantic Trip to the Island of Glass
July 27, 2017

Ah, Venice: the city of dreamy streets, glistening canals, and spectacular architecture. What could be more romantic than taking your one and only on a honeymoon to The Floating City? After all, there’s plenty of enchanting activities to keep you entertained in Venice. Walking tours will keep you active; lavish, candlelit dinners will appeal to your inner romantic; and gondola rides will allow you to fully immerse yourself in the city’s beauty. But while Venice has a lot in store for starry-eyed couples, there’s one activity that takes romance to a whole new level: a daytrip to the nearb... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

21. Discovering the Doge's Palace
July 27, 2017

How about a lovely Venice walking tour? With its extensive history, intricate architectural miracles, and plenty of opportunities for romance, spending a few days in the City of Canals is perhaps as close as you’ll ever get to a holiday of absolute perfection. Of course, a trip to Venice wouldn’t be complete without a visit to its most iconic cultural attraction: the Doge’s Palace, otherwise known as the Palazzo Ducale. But what’s so special about this building? You’re about to find out. Know the Basics Before discovering the treasure trove inside Doge’s Palace, you’ll want to g... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

22. Hidden Gems, Art and Quirky Shopping on a Summer Break in Venice
July 21, 2017

People often tell you to avoid Venice during peak tourist season, but with the Biennale in town and lots of quirky shops to discover, now is truly the best time to book a summer break in Venice to explore the art and hidden gems hiding around every corner. Art Forget Gallerie dell’Accademia this month and lose yourself in Palazzo Fortuny, the former textile atelier of Mariano Fortuny which promises an exciting exhibition as part of the Biennale. A second Fondazione Prada has opened up outside of Milan and is currently hosting a transmedia exhibition as part of the Venice Biennal... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

23. Get to Know Venice in 48 Hours: The Most Important Highlights
July 21, 2017

Venice: the word alone conjures up a romantic world of glittering canals, dreamy domes, towers, bridges and white gothic arches. But it’s perfectly possible for this daydream to become a beautiful reality on a 48-hour city break in Venice. With plenty of low-cost flights and quick, easy transfers between airport and city, why not make a weekend trip to La Serenissima and savour some of these golden highlights? Stroll through St. Mark’s Square With its beautiful marble arches and the sounds of orchestras drifting across the piazza, St. Mark’s Square is the soul of Venice and a picture... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

24. Explore the Historic Centre of Bruges
July 19, 2017

So, you’ve decided on a holiday in Bruges? Great choice. Known as the Venice of the North, this Belgian metropolis is not only celebrated for its dreamy streets, intricate architecture and glistening waters, but also for its status as a noteworthy cultural hub. Let’s take a look at what historical highlights this fascinating World Heritage Site has in store. Basilica of the Holy Blood (Heilig-Bloedbasiliek) Goeiemorgen! When you’re ready to take on your first morning in Bruges, I recommend starting your cultural excursion at the city’s renowned basilica. In addition to its jaw-dropp... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

25. Start Your Visit on the Right Foot: A Venice Walking Tour
July 17, 2017

There are two ways to explore Venice: by boat and on foot, although in truth one must do both in order to capture the true magic of this most unique and romantic city. There really is no better way to discover La Serenissima's history and spirit than by taking to the streets. Joining an organised Venice walking tour will enable you to experience the delicious hidden secrets of the city that so many people miss in their rush to tick off the major touristic attractions. There's no dearth of people who'll warn you about the crowds, the queues and the costs, but for those who approach travel... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

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