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Welcome to our personalized travel package, carefully designed to offer you the best of Northern Italy from Milan to Venice with Bologna, Modena, Mantua, Verona and more, ensuring that every part of your trip brings your dreams to life.



Day 1 - Arrival in Milan and Luxury Transfer Service
Day 2 - Discover Milan's Artistic Treasures on a Private Tour
Day 3 - Exclusive Private Tour of Milan Cathedral and La Scala Theater
Day 4 - Private Transfer and Guided Tour: Milan to Bologna
Day 5 - Indulge in Parma and Modena: A Day of Culinary and Cultural Delight
Day 6 - Discovering Ravenna, Comacchio, and Ferrara: A Day of History and Beauty
Day 7 - Rimini and Faenza: A Journey Through History and Art
Day 8 - A Romantic Journey: From Bologna to Verona
Day 9 - A Day of History and Elegance: From Verona to Sirmione and Beyond
Day 10 - Magnificent Mantova Palaces Tour
Day 11 - Private Transfer Verona to Venice with Vicenza Tour
Day 12 - Discover the Magnificence of Venice: : Private Tour of Doge's Palace, St. Mark's Basilica, and More
Day 13 - The enchanting islands of Murano and Burano
Day 14 - Venice Airport Private Departure Transfer



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Day 1 – Arrival in Milan and Luxury Transfer Service

Treat yourself to a seamless transition from Milan Malpensa Airport to the heart of Milan with our exclusive private transfer service. Imagine entering the arrivals area, where a friendly English-speaking driver awaits you with a personalized sign, ready to whisk you away in our deluxe Mercedes.

He sinks into the plush seats of our Mercedes, renowned for its comfort and elegance, as you leave the airport behind and glide towards the bustling center of Milan. Your journey isn't just about reaching your destination; it's about enjoying the journey itself. Feel the tranquility of the spacious interior, unwind from your flight, and arrive at your Milan hotel feeling rejuvenated and ready to embrace the excitement that awaits you on the upcoming 14-day Northern Italy luxury tours



Day 2 - Milan Discover Milan's Artistic Treasures on a Private Tour

Meet your guide in the hotel lobby for an exclusive journey through Milan's rich cultural heritage, featuring three of the city's most renowned landmarks: Castello Sforzesco, Pinacoteca Ambrosiana, and Museo Poldi Pizzoli. With prebooked tickets, your experience will be smooth and effortless.

Your adventure begins at the iconic Castello Sforzesco, a symbol of Milan and home to a myriad of museums. Here, you’ll be captivated by the countless masterpieces, including works by Tiepolo, Michelangelo, Tintoretto, and Leonardo da Vinci.
From there, you’ll continue to the Pinacoteca Ambrosiana, a historic gallery founded by Cardinal Federigo Borromeo in 1618. This treasure trove contains invaluable paintings by Tiziano and Raffaello, alongside the extraordinary Leonardo Atlanticus Codex, the world's largest collection of Leonardo da Vinci’s drawings and writings.
The tour reaches its grand finale at Museo Poldi Pizzoli, born from the art-collecting passion of the noble Milanese, Gian Giacomo Poldi Pezzoli. Nestled near the Scala Theatre and Milan’s fashion district, this house-museum is among the most significant in the world. It showcases over 5,000 extraordinary pieces, from Old Master paintings to intricate lace, and from ancient armor to exquisite jewelry, all within an enchanting atmosphere.


Day 3 - Milan - Exclusive Private Tour of Milan Cathedral and La Scala Theater

Embark on a captivating private tour of Milan Cathedral and its stunning rooftop terraces with your dedicated guide, offering an intimate exploration of Italy's largest Gothic cathedral. Begun by Archbishop Antonio da Saluzzo and his cousin Gian Galeazzo Visconti, Duke of Milan, this magnificent structure, in the form of a Latin cross, spans approximately 12,000 square meters. The awe-inspiring interior, with five naves and three altars, can accommodate up to 4,000 visitors, enveloping them in its grandeur.

Ascend by elevator to the mesmerizing rooftop terraces of the Duomo, where a forest of spires, statues, carvings, and gargoyles awaits. From here, take in some of the most breathtaking views of Milan. At the pinnacle of the dome, standing at 108.5 meters, you’ll find the large golden statue of the Madonnina, a cherished symbol for the Milanese people.
At the foot of the Cathedral lies the magnificent Duomo Square, the most beautiful square in Milan, which serves as the gateway to the Galleria Vittorio Emanuele II. Named after Italian King Vittorio Emanuele II, this historic gallery, built in 1865, is one of the oldest shopping malls in the world and is fondly known as the Milan Lounge. It elegantly connects Duomo Square with Piazza La Scala.
Continue your journey with a visit to the renowned La Scala Theater, one of the leading opera houses globally. The theater is home to a museum boasting an impressive collection of costumes, musical instruments, and a gallery of portraits and busts celebrating the great musicians of history. As you explore the theater and museum, you'll gain fascinating behind-the-scenes insights into opera productions that have featured some of the world’s finest singers for over 200 years.

Discover the rich history, architectural beauty, and cultural significance of these iconic Milanese landmarks on this unforgettable private tour.


Day 4 - Private Transfer and Guided Tour: Milan to Bologna

Begin your day with a seamless private transfer from your hotel in Milan to your new accommodations in the charming city of Bologna. Upon arrival and a bit of rest, prepare to be captivated by the rich cultural tapestry of one of Italy's most enchanting cities.

In the afternoon, meet your expert guide, a true connoisseur of Bologna's art, history, cuisine, and traditions, in the comfort of your hotel lobby. This personalized tour promises to immerse you in the vibrant atmosphere and historical richness that define Bologna.

Stroll through the city's heart, exploring its iconic kilometers of arcades known as Portici, and admire the stunning facades that line its historic streets, all leading to the bustling Piazza Maggiore. This central square is the lifeblood of Bologna, a perfect starting point to appreciate the city's grandeur.

Your guide will illuminate the significance of Piazza Maggiore and the renowned Due Torri, the Two Towers, which are symbols of Bologna's medieval past. Continue your journey to the Basilica di Santo Stefano, an architectural marvel that houses multiple churches within its complex, offering a serene escape into the spiritual heritage of the city.
Next, visit the Teatro Anatomico Archiginnasio, with prebooked tickets ensuring a hassle-free experience. This historic anatomical theater is a testament to Bologna's status as a pioneer in medical studies, where students once gathered to learn about human anatomy.
Finally, marvel at the Basilica of San Petronio, one of the largest churches in the world, dominating the Piazza Maggiore with its imposing Gothic structure. This basilica, dedicated to the city's patron saint, is not only a place of worship but also a historical treasure trove with its intricate details and fascinating stories.

This private transfer and guided tour offer a perfect blend of convenience, cultural immersion, and historical exploration, ensuring your time in Bologna is unforgettable.

Day 5 – Bologna Indulge in Parma and Modena: A Day of Culinary and Cultural Delight

Embark on a full-day adventure to the heart of Italian gastronomy with your knowledgeable guide and driver, delving into the rich culinary traditions of Parma and Modena. This tour is designed to tantalize your taste buds and immerse you in the age-old craftsmanship behind some of Italy's most iconic delicacies.

Begin your journey with a visit to a traditional balsamic vinegar factory, where you'll gain an insider's look at the meticulous process of creating this liquid gold. Through a guided tour and tasting lesson, discover the difference between Aceto Balsamico Tradizionale di Modena DOP, known for its stringent production standards and protected designation of origin, and Aceto Balsamico di Modena IGP, celebrated for its geographical indication. Savor the complexity of flavors and learn the secrets that make these vinegars world-renowned.
Next, journey to a Parmesan dairy farm, where the art of cheesemaking comes to life. Here, you'll witness the creation of Parmigiano-Reggiano, exclusively produced in the provinces of Parma, Reggio Emilia, Modena, Bologna (west of the Reno River), and Mantova (east of the Po River). The Parmigiano-Reggiano Cheese Consortium ensures the highest quality standards, and you'll taste the difference as you sample cheeses of various ages, paired perfectly with local wines or soft drinks.
After a delightful morning of tasting and learning, enjoy a leisurely lunch at a local spot recommended by your guide, with the cost payable locally. Savor the regional cuisine, adding another layer to your culinary experience.

In the afternoon, continue your exploration with a visit to the historic city of Parma. Marvel at the grandeur of the Cathedral of Parma, a Romanesque masterpiece begun in 1074. Its austere exterior, adorned with a towering 63-meter Gothic bell tower, contrasts with the stunning frescoes inside, including the famous dome painted by Correggio.
Your next stop is the Palazzo della Pilotta, a cultural treasure trove nestled between Piazzale della Pace and Lungoparma. This vast complex houses the Bodoniano Museum, the University of Parma, the Institute of Art History, the Palatine Library, the Farnese Theater, the Archaeological Museum, the National Gallery, the P. Toschi Art Institute, and the Superintendence of the Parma and Piacenza galleries. With prebooked tickets, immerse yourself in the rich history and art housed within these venerable walls.
Conclude your Parma experience with a visit to the Abbey of San Giovanni Evangelista. This Benedictine complex, comprising a convent, church, and historic pharmacy, is a testament to the city's spiritual and architectural heritage. Admire the three 16th-century cloisters and the intricately carved sacristy wardrobes, each a masterpiece in its own right.

This full-day excursion is a harmonious blend of culinary indulgence and cultural enrichment, offering an unforgettable taste of Parma and Modena's finest traditions


Day 6 – Bologna - Discovering Ravenna, Comacchio, and Ferrara: A Day of History and Beauty

Embark on a captivating day trip to Ravenna, Comacchio, and Ferrara, guided by an expert who will bring to life the rich histories and stunning sights of these remarkable Italian cities.

Start your journey in Ravenna, home to five UNESCO World Heritage Sites and the most exquisite Byzantine mosaics outside of Istanbul. As you step into the Basilica of San Vitale, be prepared to be awestruck by its majestic golden mosaics, a testament to the city's glorious past. The Mausoleum of Galla Placidia will evoke deep emotions as you gaze upon its cobalt blue mosaics, with a dome that dazzles like a starry night sky. Continue to the Archiepiscopal Museum, where the ivory-carved Throne of Maximian and the radiant gold of the Chapel of Sant'Andrea will leave you enchanted by their intricate beauty and historical significance.

After exploring Ravenna, take a leisurely lunch break. Your guide will recommend the best local spots to savor regional delicacies, allowing you to relax and recharge for the afternoon ahead.
Next, journey through the picturesque valleys of Comacchio, a serene landscape spanning 13,000 hectares between the Po and Reno Rivers. This tranquil area, marked by traditional fishermen's huts known as balances, is a unique blend of fresh river and salty sea waters, creating the perfect habitat for eels that travel across the Atlantic Ocean to arrive here. Comacchio itself, often dubbed "little Venice," is an enchanting lagoon city with origins tracing back to the Etruscan city of Spina. Its charming canals and bridges tell a story of maritime trade, salt production, and a rich fishing heritage, especially for eels.

Your adventure continues to Ferrara, where you'll delve into the heart of a medieval town that flourished during the Renaissance under the Este family. Explore the city’s historical streets and then visit the Museum of Palazzo Schifanoia with prebooked tickets. This palace, a symbol of Este grandeur, houses around 250 works of art, each a testament to the opulence and cultural significance of the Renaissance period. Marvel at the exquisite frescoes and artifacts that capture the splendor of a bygone era.

This day excursion is a perfect blend of history, art, and scenic beauty, offering a profound appreciation of Italy’s rich cultural tapestry. Whether it's the glittering mosaics of Ravenna, the tranquil waters of Comacchio, or the Renaissance elegance of Ferrara, this journey will leave you with unforgettable memories of Italy's hidden treasures.


Day 7 – Bologna - Rimini and Faenza: A Journey Through History and Art

Embark on a captivating day trip to Rimini and Faenza, where the ancient and artistic treasures of Italy await. With a knowledgeable guide by your side, you will explore the historical heart of Rimini before delving into the world-renowned ceramics of Faenza.

Begin your adventure in Rimini, a city steeped in history dating back to the Roman Empire. Your tour will start at Piazza Tre Martiri, a picturesque square brimming with architectural gems from ancient Rome. As you stroll through the square, you'll marvel at the Arco d’Augusto, an impressive archway constructed in 27 B.C. in honor of Caesar Octavian Augustus, the first emperor of the Roman Empire. This ancient monument, one of the oldest surviving examples of Roman architecture, features intricate reliefs of four Roman gods—Jupiter, Apollo, Neptune, and Roma—adding to its historical grandeur.

Next, cross the iconic Ponte di Tiberio, or Tiberio Bridge, which dates back to 14 A.D. during the reign of Emperor Augustus. This ancient Roman bridge, still standing strong, is a testament to the engineering prowess of the time. Continue to the Tempio Malatestiano, a stunning example of Early Renaissance architecture. Originally a 13th-century cathedral, it was transformed into a grand tomb for the ruling Malatesta family. Inside, you'll find an array of 15th-century artifacts, including Sigismondo Pandolfo’s sepulchre, sculptures by Agostino di Duccio, and a magnificent crucifix by Giotto.

To complete your Rimini experience, take a leisurely stroll along the famous Lungomare, the city's vibrant seaside promenade. Enjoy the fresh sea breeze and the picturesque views of the Adriatic coastline, soaking in the lively atmosphere of this beloved beachfront area.

In the afternoon, journey to Faenza, a town renowned for its exceptional ceramic artistry. Here, you will visit the International Museum of Ceramics (MIC), home to the largest collection of ceramic art in the world. As you explore the museum at your own pace, you'll encounter masterpieces from Italian ceramic workshops spanning the Middle Ages to the 19th century. Each exhibit hall showcases the evolution of ceramic art, reflecting the rich cultural heritage and artistic innovation of Italy.

This day excursion offers a perfect blend of historical exploration and artistic discovery. From the ancient Roman landmarks of Rimini to the unparalleled ceramic collections of Faenza, you'll gain a deeper appreciation for Italy's enduring legacy and creative spirit.


Day 8 - A Romantic Journey: From Bologna to Verona

Begin your day with a comfortable private transfer from your hotel in Bologna to your new accommodations in the enchanting city of Verona. This journey sets the stage for an afternoon filled with romance, history, and timeless beauty.

Upon arrival, meet your guide in the hotel lobby for an immersive orientation tour of Verona. This city, forever immortalized as the setting of Shakespeare's "Romeo and Juliet," is a treasure trove of historic buildings and charming squares, earning its designation as a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
Your tour begins with the majestic Roman Arena, the third largest amphitheater in Italy. This ancient structure, still hosting concerts and events today, stands as a testament to Verona's vibrant cultural life. Nearby, the Roman stone bridge, built in the 1st century BC, spans the Adige River, connecting the city's rich past with its present.
As you wander through Verona's historic heart, you'll encounter Piazza delle Erbe, once the bustling Forum of Verona in Roman times. This lively square continues to thrive as a marketplace where you can buy fresh fruits and vegetables amidst stunning medieval and Renaissance architecture. Adjacent is Piazza dei Signori, a quieter square adorned with statues and surrounded by elegant buildings, and Piazza Brà, a vast open space perfect for soaking up the city's atmosphere.

One of the tour's highlights is a visit to San Zeno Maggiore, the most ornate Romanesque church in Northern Italy. Built between 1120 and 1138, this architectural gem boasts a stunning facade and an interior filled with exquisite artworks and sculptures.
No visit to Verona would be complete without a stop at the Capulet house courtyard, where you can see the famous Juliet balcony. This iconic site brings to life the timeless tale of star-crossed lovers and offers a perfect spot for a memorable photo.

This Verona orientation tour, with its blend of romantic legends and historical wonders, provides a perfect introduction to a city that captivates with every step. Enjoy the blend of ancient and modern as you explore, and let Verona's timeless charm leave an indelible mark on your heart.

Day 9 – Verona - A Day of History and Elegance: From Verona to Sirmione and Beyond

Begin your journey from Verona with a private driver, whisking you away to the charming town of Sirmione. This picturesque peninsula on Lake Garda is a treasure trove of monumental and historical heritage dating back to Roman times.

Your first stop in Sirmione is the iconic Scaliger Castle. This 14th-century fortification, symbolizing Sirmione's rich past, greets visitors at the entrance to the historic center. Its imposing walls and towers offer a glimpse into medieval life and provide stunning views of the surrounding lake and town.
Next, explore the Grottoes of Catullus, one of Italy's most fascinating archaeological sites. These ruins of a grand Roman villa, built between the end of the 1st century BC and the 2nd century AD, offer a captivating look into ancient Roman luxury and architectural prowess.

Following a delightful lunch at Villa Feltrinelli, a lakeside retreat renowned for its elegance and culinary excellence, depart for the nearby town of Salò, where an intriguing visit to the Vittoriale degli Italiani awaits. This hillside estate in Gardone Riviera overlooks Lake Garda and was the home of Italian poet and novelist Gabriele d'Annunzio from 1922 until his death in 1938. The estate is a testament to d'Annunzio's eclectic tastes and grandiose vision.

Explore the Prioria, d'Annunzio's residence filled with eccentric decorations and personal artifacts. Wander through the amphitheater, which still hosts performances, and marvel at the cruiser Puglia set dramatically into the hillside. The boathouse contains the MAS vessel used by d'Annunzio during a daring naval raid in 1918, and the circular mausoleum provides a serene final resting place for the poet.

This day of exploration from Verona to Sirmione and Salò combines historical intrigue with luxurious experiences, offering a rich tapestry of Italian culture, history, and elegance.



Day 10 – Verona - Magnificent Mantova Palaces Tour

Embark on an enchanting journey from your hotel in Verona to the historic city of Mantova, where two architectural marvels await: the Palazzo Ducale and Palazzo del Te.

Your first stop is the Palazzo Ducale, a magnificent testament to the grandeur of the Gonzaga family, who reigned as lords, marquises, and eventually dukes of Mantova. The palace’s origins date back to the 13th century, beginning under the Bonacolsi family and later expanded by the Gonzagas. In the latter half of the 16th century, Duke Guglielmo Gonzaga embarked on a visionary project to unify the disparate buildings into a single, cohesive complex. This monumental task was entrusted to the Chief of Buildings, Giovan Battista Bertani, who crafted an imposing edifice covering a staggering 34,000 square meters. The palace stretches majestically from Piazza Sordello to the shores of the Inferior Lake.
Following Bertani’s death, Bernardino Facciotto continued the work, completing the unification of the gardens, squares, loggias, galleries, exedras, and courtyards, thus bestowing the palace with its final majestic form. Although the interior is now largely empty—its priceless art collection having been sold to the King of England and its treasures looted in 1630 and later by Napoleon—the sheer scale and architectural brilliance of the palace remain awe-inspiring.

After exploring the Palazzo Ducale, your tour continues to the Palazzo del Te, another masterpiece that reflects the artistic and cultural zenith of Mantova under Gonzaga rule. This stunning palace, built between 1524 and 1534, was designed by the renowned architect Giulio Romano for Federico II Gonzaga. Originally conceived as a pleasure palace, Palazzo del Te is a harmonious blend of classical architecture and playful Mannerist elements, with grandiose frescoes adorning its interiors. The Hall of the Giants, with its dramatic depiction of the mythological giants being overthrown by the gods, and the sensual frescoes of the Sala dei Cavalli, are particularly noteworthy.

A visit to Mantova wouldn't be complete without a stroll through its historic center. Begin with a leisurely walk through the heart of the city, where cobblestone streets lead you to the magnificent Basilica of Sant'Andrea. This Renaissance church, designed by Leon Battista Alberti, is renowned for its majestic façade and the awe-inspiring interior that houses relics of the Precious Blood of Christ, said to have been brought to Mantova by the Roman centurion Longinus.
Continue your walk to the charming Church of San Lorenzo, also known as the Rotonda di San Lorenzo. This round church, dating back to the 11th century, offers a glimpse into the city’s medieval past. Its simple yet captivating architecture, combined with the serene ambiance, provides a stark contrast to the opulence of the Renaissance palaces.

This tour offers a captivating glimpse into the opulent lifestyle and rich history of the Gonzaga family, set against the backdrop of Mantova’s stunning Renaissance architecture and vibrant historical center.

Day 11 – Private Transfer Verona to Venice with Vicenza Tour

Enhance your journey from Verona to Venice with a unique and enriching experience! Begin with a comfortable private transfer from your hotel in Verona, traveling in style and convenience. On the way, enjoy a delightful stop in the historic city of Vicenza, where a private guided tour awaits you.

Immerse yourself in the charm and splendor of Vicenza visiting the magnificent Teatro Olimpico, the final masterpiece by the illustrious Renaissance architect Andrea Palladio, constructed between 1580 and 1585. Marvel at the world's oldest surviving stage set, a stunning trompe-l'œil that has mesmerized audiences since its installation in 1585.

Next, visit the complex of Santa Corona, one of Vicenza's most significant religious sites. This church, dating back to the second half of the 13th century, is adorned with numerous exquisite works of art accumulated over the centuries. Explore the tranquil cloisters of the former Dominican convent, now home to the Civic Archaeological Naturalistic Museum.

Your tour continues with the splendid Palladian Basilica, a majestic public building overlooking the bustling Piazza dei Signori. Redesigned by Palladio, who added the iconic Serlian loggias in white marble, this architectural gem seamlessly blends Gothic and Renaissance styles. Recognized as a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1994, the Basilica stands as a testament to Palladio's enduring legacy.

After your enriching tour of Vicenza, your personal driver will take you onward to the enchanting city of Venice. Upon arrival on the mainland, meet your hostess assistant who will escort you to your hotel in Venice. Enjoy a serene private boat ride through the canals, with your assistant ensuring a smooth transition and taking care of your luggage, leaving you free to soak in the breathtaking views of this iconic city.
Experience the perfect blend of culture, history, and luxury on this unforgettable journey from Verona to Venice, making memories that will last a lifetime.



Day 12 –Venice -Discover the Magnificence of Venice: : Private Tour of Doge's Palace, St. Mark's Basilica, and More


Step into the heart of Venice and begin your journey at the Doge's Palace, the majestic former residence of Venice's governors. Here, you will be surrounded by the breathtaking masterpieces of Titian and Tintoretto, including Tintoretto's Paradise, the largest oil painting in the world. Wander through opulent chambers, historic dungeons, and an impressive collection of ancient weapons. As you ascend the Giants’ Staircase, flanked by the imposing statues of Mars and Neptune, you'll be greeted by stunning views of the Venetian Lagoon and St. Mark's Square.

Next, immerse yourself in the spiritual and artistic splendor of St. Mark's Basilica. This architectural masterpiece boasts over 8000 square meters of intricate Byzantine mosaics. Marvel at the Golden Pall, a stunning artifact that contains the relics of St. Mark, and take in a panoramic view of Venice from the external terraces, alongside the renowned Four Horses of St. Mark. As you explore the basilica, your guide will share fascinating insights into its history, from its origins as the Doge's Chapel to its status as the cathedral of Venice.

The tour continues with a look at the evocative Bridge of Sighs, connecting the Doge's Palace to the former ducal prison. Hear the poignant tales of prisoners who glimpsed their last view of Venice through the bridge’s stone windows, adding a touch of melancholy to your exploration of this enchanting city.

With your personal guide, uncover the stories of Venice’s golden years, its trade with Constantinople, and the opulent lives of its rulers. This private tour offers a deep dive into the historical and artistic treasures that make Venice a timeless marvel.

After a delightful lunch in a typical Venetian restaurant, enjoy a private guided walking tour to discover the best of Venice, one of the most romantic cities in the world. Stroll through its charming architecture, serene canals, iconic gondolas, and vibrant colors. Your guide will lead you through the labyrinth of narrow alleys and picturesque canals, showcasing the daily life of Venetians and the craftsmanship of local artisans.

Experience the magic of Venice with its 118 islands, 150 canals, and 400 bridges. This tour provides an intimate look at the city's most famous attractions, art, traditions, and history. Through the eyes of your personal guide, witness the enchanting beauty and romantic ambiance of Venice, making it a perfect introduction to this extraordinary city.

Day 13 –Venice The enchanting islands of Murano and Burano

Indulge in a luxurious half-day private tour from Venice to explore the enchanting islands of Murano and Burano, two of the most captivating gems in the Venetian Lagoon.
Your adventure begins with a private motorboat ride from your central Venice hotel, cruising through the scenic Venetian canals towards the storied islands of Murano and Burano.

Murano, celebrated worldwide for its exquisite glassblowing artistry, has been a hub for glass production since 1291. The Republic of Venice mandated the relocation of glassmakers to Murano to protect Venice from fire hazards. On this island, your private guide will lead you through glass workshops where you'll witness master artisans at work, transforming molten glass into stunning works of art. A visit to the Glass Museum will reveal the fascinating evolution of glassmaking through the ages.

Next, journey to Burano, renowned for its vibrant, colorful houses and intricate lacework. This picturesque island, with its pastel-hued fishermen’s homes, is said to have been painted in bright colors to help fishermen find their way home through thick fog. In Burano, your guide will introduce you to skilled lace makers who continue to craft delicate lace using age-old techniques. Wander through the island’s charming hidden alleys, discovering its most intriguing corners and absorbing its unique ambiance.

Your unforgettable private tour concludes as you return to your central Venice hotel by motorboat, enriched by the beauty, history, and artistry of Murano and Burano. This exclusive experience offers an intimate glimpse into the vibrant cultural tapestry of the Venetian Lagoon, ensuring cherished memories of your visit.


Day 14 –Venice Venice Airport Private Departure Transfer

Indulge in the ultimate luxury and convenience with our exclusive private transfer from your hotel in central Venice to Venice Airport. Enjoy the personalized touch of a private hostess and the elegance of a private motorboat.
Your private hostess will welcome you in your hotel lobby, ensuring every detail of your transfer is meticulously handled until you reach Venice Airport.

Step into a world of charm and sophistication as you board your private motorboat, gliding gracefully along Venice's historic canals towards the airport. Immerse yourself in the enchanting beauty of Venice on this luxurious journey, setting a serene and memorable tone for your travels.
Arrive at the airport refreshed and ready for your flight, confident that every aspect of your journey has been attended to with the utmost care.



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