1 hour and 30 minutes Combo-Saver! GONDOLA RIDE: Enjoy the experience on a relaxing gondola ride for approximately 30 minutes. Discover the most charming canals and part of Grand Canal passing by the Mozart's House, La Fenice Theatre, Salute Church, Punta della Dogana and the Peggy Guggenheim Collection. Guaranteed to skip the long lines. Learn about the story of the buildings that you are going to see thanks to an informative flyer which will be given to you!COLLEGIUM DUCALE ORCHESTRAL CONCERT AT DOGE’S PRISONS PALACE: Experience an hour of classical music performance in the heart of Venice. Marvel at the beauty of the Doge’s Palace as you listen to some of Venice best classical musicians. Enjoy a musical repertoire ranging from Mozart to 20th-century pieces.
GONDOLA RIDE: A tour by gondola that will take you along the canals of Venice, one of the most important tourist destinations in the world, considering that Venice is one of the most amazing artistic cities of the world. Enjoy the cruise through the city’s most secluded waterways passing under small bridges and along part of the Grand Canal.During your pleasant ride, you will admire Desdemona’s House and Mozart’s House passing by the worldwide famous La Fenice Theatre proceeding along the Rio (Canal) “De le Ostreghe” leading into the most charming part of the Grand Canal, where you will admire the Peggy Guggenheim Collection. When you reach the Salute Church and Punta della Dogana you will enjoy a quick unique breathtaking view of S. Giorgio’s Island, Saint Mark’s with its Belltower and Doge’s Palace.
COLLEGIUM DUCALE ORCHESTRAL CONCERT AT DOGE’S PRISONS PALACE: Collegium Ducale Orchestra: This orchestra brings together in one group musicians from the best orchestras of Veneto: the ensemble is prepared to execute a repertoire ranging from the Baroque to Twentieth century music. Well-known soloists contribute both to the whole of the performance and as featured virtuosos. The orchestra is actively involved in the research and study of technique, with the aim of offering to the public a performance of pieces based on the interpretative spirit of the period they date from. The orchestra has been performing in Venice since 1993 with the most important concert season referred to by the title: “Venice and Europe: music beyond history”.