A beautiful Piedmont writing desk by the cabinet-maker Pietro Piffetti dominates the Lazzarini room on the first floor. This writing desk was made of burr walnut wood, with precious exotic woods and embellished with ivory and tortoise shell inlays
Hey kids! Are you looking for an adventure to experience in Venice? Why don’t you join us in one of our special tours for families?
Take a look at this blog post by our Best Venice Guide Monica Gambarotto: you can have an example of our programs that we have projected for you. It will be a lot of fun for the whole family! Join us in our adventures!
The most famous piece of glass displayed in the Glass Museum in Murano is the blue Barovier Cup decorated in the late 15th century. What do the enamel paintings and golden decorations of ladies riding horses and bathing in a fountain and the portrait of a couple mean?
A guided tour in Venice for blind or visually impaired visitors: let’s explore the world of the 18th century in Venice, in particular through the tradition of the mask in papier-mâché and chocolate, a drink that became quite popular, albeit quite expensive, exactly in those years. We will visit a workshop where masks are made and then enjoy a chocolate tasting in an artisanal laboratory.
Among the many wonders of Venice there are certainly its pasticcerie – patisseries , all highly appreciated for their history and above all the quality of their delicacies. El scaleter is an old Venetian term, which can be translated as pastry chef, since the scaleteri made and sold all sorts of pastries and sweets.