Chiesa di San Salvador
A dream made real, San Salvador was conceived in the 7th century when Jesus appeared to a sleeping Bishop Magnus and pointed out the...
Chiesa di San Bartolomeo
German traders didn’t have to stray far from the trading floor of the Fondaco dei Tedeschi to pray for an upswing in the market for...
Freeform, eclectic and loud, Torino adds an element of the unexpected to otherwise staid San Marco. By day it’s a cafe, but after 7pm...
Elbow your way through the morning crush to bag a warm croissant filled with runny apricot jam or melting nutella. Everything here is...
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Teatro Goldoni information
Named after the city’s great playwright, Venice's main theatre has an impressive dramatic range that runs from Goldoni’s comedy to Shakespearean tragedy (mostly in Italian), plus ballets and concerts. Don't be fooled by the huge modern Brutalist bronze doors: this venerable theatre dates from 1622, and the jewel-box interior seats just 800.