In March 2023, this bus trip will take you to the beach city of Venice for the best cultural fun. Highlight: Verdi’s opera “Ernani” at La Fenice Theater.
Accompanied by the Venetian connoisseur Gabriel Kinbacher, you will discover the city on the first day of your trip: through hidden alleys, you will go through the campi, which always surprises you, to Fenice, one of the most famous theaters in the world. By private boat you will visit some of the jewels of the lake on the second day: San Francisco del Decherto is the first destination. After your lunch break in Burano, you will arrive at another gem, the Church of Santa Maria Assunta. On the third day, Gabriel will lead you in the footsteps of Dona Leon and Comissario Brunetti. In the evening we go to La Fenice Theater with a performance of the opera “Ernani”. The last day is dedicated to Palazzo Grimani, which is decorated with exquisite frescoes and stucco. You can enjoy a taste of Venice again during your lunch break, then your coach will take you back to Austria.
- Ride the bus in a comfortable bus
- 3 nights with breakfast at 4**** Hotel Savoia & Jolanda in the heart of Venice
- Local tour guide by Gabriele Kiebacher, certified city guide
- Giuseppe Verdi’s “Ernani” tickets at the Teatro La Fenice
- Private boat on the Venetian lagoon on the second day
The offer is only valid for members of the Kleine Zeitung Club.
Travel period and prices:
Date: 14-17 March 2023
flat rate per person in a double room: 1160 EUR
- Pecnik travel agency in Nestelbach
- Graz main station
- Klagenfurt Minimundus
- Hotel Villach Seven
Please provide the Kleine Zeitung customer number when booking. Detailed program is available.
Picnic Bus Company
Phone: (031333) 23 13
Email: [email protected]
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