Trip to Venice

Sunday 03 - Thursday 07 March 2013

2013 is the centenary of the death of John Millar Nicholson, one of the Island's most significant artists.  In preparation for the 2013 exhibition a proposed expedition to Venice led by Chairman of MNH Trustees, Tony Pass.

Highlights to include:

Piazzo San Marco – a wonderful architectural and social space surrounded by glorious buildings, elegant shops and cafés

Basilica di San Marco – a blend of East and West creating one of Europe’s greatest buildings

Doges Palace – the official residence of the Venetian rulers

Museo Correr – housing the extensive collection of works of art bequeathed to the city by Teodoro Correr

Arsenale – the formal shipyard and naval depot that played a pivotal role in the naval supremacy that led to the flourishing of the Venetian Empire. We will also visit the nearby Museo Storico Navale, which houses naval artefacts

Santa Maria Gloriosa dei Frari – a vast 15th century Gothic church known for its magnificent works of art including masterpieces by Titian and Bellini and statuary by Donatello

Scuola Grande di San Rocco – A charitable confraternity with interiors by Tintoretto

Galleria dell’Accademia – The most important gallery of Venetian paintings housing the finest examples of art from the 14th to the 18th centuries including works by Tintoretto, Titian, Bellini, Veronese, Canaletto and Carpaccio


Tour price £790 with a single supplement of £165

Price to include: Return scheduled British Airways Flights (London Gatwick/Venice), airport tax, return transfers by private water taxi between Venice Airport and the hotel, local escort to assist upon arrival, 4 nights’ accommodation at a 3 star centrally located hotel, buffet breakfast daily, city tax, 3 day Vaporetto Pass, services of a specialist tour guide for 3 half days, all entrance charges for visits as per the itinerary (including a museum pass)

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