Mille e Una Nota
Chiesa di San Polo
Travellers pass this modest 9th-century Byzantine brick church without guessing that major dramas unfold inside. Under the carena di...
Ponte delle Tette
‘Tits Bridge’ got its name in the late 15th century, when neighbourhood prostitutes were encouraged to display their wares in windows...
Where bullfights were once held by rowdy Austrians, the city now hosts open-air movies, concerts and theatre performances from July to...
‘From 1742’ boasts this corner bakery, whose reputation for krapfen (cream puffs), strudel and doughnuts has survived many an acqua...
Calle di Mezzo 1235 · interesting places nearby
Mille e Una Nota information
The same thought occurs to almost everyone after hearing a concert in Venice: is it too late to take up an instrument? The easiest would be harmonica or recorder, and Mille e Una Nota has impressive vintage and modern ones from the Italian Alps. If you’re feeling ambitious, you can pick up Albinoni sheet music and a lute too.