The weather in Europe during the summertime is usually beautiful and cool so it would be great to plan your summer vacation there! Visit Venice for an educational trip and learn about Venetian culture and traditions.
The four orphanages in Venice all were conservatories for girls who were not supported by their parents; the young girls were profoundly talented in their music and were taught to play a number of instruments including the violin, the flute, the cello, and many more.
Venice in the 18th century was thriving in its classical Baroque music. If you visit the Italian city, be sure to book tickets to see a Vivaldi concert and be taken back in history.
There are many laws that need to be followed by people who are wearing Venetian masks during the carnivals and festivals in Venice. You should not gamble, wear vulgar costumes, wear wigs or beards, and you certainly cannot visit convents!
There are many palaces you can see when you are exploring Venice’s historic landmarks and tourist attractions including Palazzi Barbaro, Ca d’Oro, Dario Palace, and many more that demonstrate a huge part of the noble families’ wealth and power.
The city of Venice was founded in the 5th century originally. It is made up of over 100 islands that are linked by bridges of almost two hundred canals that are connected to a Grand Canal that is shaped like an “S”.
The Frittelle alla Veneziana is actually a traditional Venetian carnival dessert since the Renaissance period invented by Scappi, the Pope’s personal cook. Due to its increased popularity, it spread across the state in the 18th century as the “National Dessert”.