Posts Tagged ‘Tourism’

71st International Cinema Exibithion of Venice

Friday, August 22nd, 2014


From August 27 to September 6, 2014 opens at the Lido of Venice the 71st International Cinema exibithion of Venice, organised by the Venice Biennale, under the direction of Alberto Barbera.
Like every year, starting from the first edition held in 1932, the purpose of the exhibition is to raise awareness and enhance the international cinema!


Marco Tirelli at Fortuny’s Palace

Friday, November 5th, 2010

N6T4X2V5W2B7V1A9E9W2X8U6V0G0Z4Already anticipated by some of the artist’s works on display or “scattered” around the first floor, the exhibition covers all the vast space of the Museum’s second and shows large-sized canvases together with sculptures and other smaller sized works conceived by Marco Tirelli (Rome, 1956) especially for the museum.

Capturing Emotions – Biennale Danza 2010

Thursday, April 1st, 2010

The Festival will begin the 26th May at Teatro alle Tese (Arsenale) with a choreography of Ismael Ivo (the Director of this year’s Biennale Danza).

This year’s program is very interesting: 36 performances, 5 world premieres, 8 Italian and 7 European premieres, 16 companies, 20 choreographers. But this is not everything, there is also many news for this 7th International Festival of Contemporary Dance: a completely new “off” section dedicated to the new works, a choregraphy workshop and meetings with the most important persons of the international dance.

The last appointment of the Festival will be the 12th June, at Tese delle Vergini. you can find the complete program in the official website of Biennale: .

Biennale Danza

Rialto Heart of the City

Thursday, March 18th, 2010

Venice’s Assessorato alle Attività Produttive is promoting the economic development of Rialto Area, one of the oldest of Venice, with many events and shows.
The first step has been the new vaporetto stop “Mercato”, the second has been the restoration of Campo San Giacometto & Church and the last one is a programme of events, concerts and workshops with venetians and shopkeepers. The City Hall would like to promote a more sustainable tourism, in the respect of the locals and the monuments. At the same time this is a great opportunity to learn something about the history and the live of this historic area of Venice.

You will find the complete programme in , as well as many information about the area and its life.

Rialto Bridge

Respect Venice! News from the city.

Monday, July 6th, 2009

Again the authorities of Venice continue with the campaign again the pollution and the bad bahaviour of people. This campaign is promoted by Augusto Salvadori (councillor for the Tourism of Venice), starting from 2006 he is trying to prevent bad behaviour of the people (such as walking without shirt or leaving litter all around the city) with several behavioral rules.  Be aware, you can receive a fine if you don’t respect these rules.

Everybody should respect the place he is going to visit (not only Venice), and try to preserve it at our best.  It’s sad to know that people need rules also for these things… we are simply talkin’ about good manners!!!