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...
Caterina Tognon Arte Contemporanea
Press the brass doorbell for ‘stART’ on this 17th-century palace to be buzzed up to the 2nd-storey gallery, where guest artists...
Museo della Musica
Housed in the restored neoclassical Chiesa di San Maurizio, this collection of rare 17th- to 19th-century instruments is accompanied by...
Everything you've heard of Vivaldi from weddings and mobile ring tones is proved fantastically wrong by Interpreti Veneziani, which...
Far from clubby pubs lining Venice's alleyways, A Beccafico basks in the sunshine of Campo Santo Stefano and open Venetian admiration....
Campo Santo Stefano 2806 · interesting places nearby
Fiorella Gallery information
Groupies are the only accessory needed to go with Fiorella’s silk-velvet smoking jackets in louche lavender and oxblood, printed by hand with skulls, peacocks or a Fiorella signature: wide-eyed rats. Shock frock coats starting in the mid-three figures make Alexander McQueen seem retro – Fiorella's been pioneering rebel couture since 1968. Hours are approximate; as the sign says, ‘we open sometime’.