Chiesa di San Vidal
Built by Doge Vitale Falier in the 11th century, Chiesa di San Vidal got a 1706–14 Palladian facelift to comemmorate Doge Francesco...
Three Venetian families originally lived at this Gothic 16th-century Grand Canal palace, and they didn’t agree on decor. When Archduke...
The wooden Ponte dell’Accademia was built in 1933 as a temporary replacement for an 1854 iron bridge, but this span, arched like a cat’s...
Palazzo Franchetti Caffè
Only in Venice could directions to a cafe sound like a fairy tale: pass through the wrought-iron gate and the ivy-covered courtyard...
Far from clubby pubs lining Venice's alleyways, A Beccafico basks in the sunshine of Campo Santo Stefano and open Venetian admiration....
Chiesa San Vidal · interesting places nearby
Interpreti Veneziani information
Everything you've heard of Vivaldi from weddings and mobile ring tones is proved fantastically wrong by Interpreti Veneziani, which plays Vivaldi on 18th-century instruments as a soundtrack for living in this city of intrigue – you’ll never listen to The Four Seasons again without hearing summer storms erupting over the lagoon, or snow-muffled footsteps hurrying over footbridges in winter’s-night intrigues.