You can use public transport including the vaporetti (singular: vaporetto) which are water buses or more private transport including water taxis and traditional Italian romantic gondolas to go from island to island in Venice.
The Vivaldi Museum’s focus is basically on the music as well as the biography of the famous music composer, Antonio Vivaldi, who taught music at the Pieta and created many instrumental as well as vocal performances for the orphanage.
The instruments that are on display at the Vivaldi Museum are actually the rare pieces that were used in the Cappella Musicale performance.
The Canal Grande of Venice, also known as Canalasso, is the main canal of the city. When you decide to take a tour on the sea using one of the tour boats or gondolas, you will be on the Grand Canal witnessing the most beautiful sights and scenes Venice has to offer.
The 17th century Church of San Basso is on the same square (Piazza San Marco) as the St Mark’s Basilica in Venice.
Visit St Mark’s Square in Venice in order to see the top 10 landmarks of the city as well as be fascinated by the historical and architectural heritage of the sites and attractions.
Antonio Vivaldi was born in 1678 in Venice and started teaching the violin at the Ospedale della Pieta in 1703. His Baroque works allowed him to gain recognition and respect in the city and around the world.
The church of Ospedale della Pieta holds frequent mass services and even some music programs of Baroque style to this day, so it would be interesting to attend some of their events while on your trip in Venice.