Venice Cocktail Week

Venice Cocktail Week comes to Venice

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A Spirited Christmas in Venice   The 1st edition of Venice Cocktail Week is coming to Venice from 13th to 19th December 2021!   Ph by Venice Cocktail Week   A week of meetings, master classes and evening events dedicated to the world of cocktails, with internationally renowned guests, in the best 26 cocktail bars in Venice. Conceived and created by ...

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La Scala Opera House in Milan

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  In the month of October I attended, as brand ambassador, TuttoFood Milano, a fair dedicated to Food and Wine at Fiera di Milano in Milan. As part of the event, Tuttofood organized for us to visit the world famous Opera House Teatro Alla Scala.     A theatre is a place of enchantment and reflection, art and sharing. A ...

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VENETIA 1600. Births & rebirths at Doge’s Palace in Venice

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VENETIA 1600. Births & rebirths ⚠️❗🚩 Extended till 5th June 2022     I have been wanting to write about this incredibile new exhibition in Venice for months.  Precisely since I was so lucky to preview it practically on my own (apart from a friend and a handful of people) last September, the day before the official opening date! It ...

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Christmas Gifts Guide from Venice 2021

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My Christmas Gifts Guide from Venice 2021     Thanksgiving, the American symbolic start to the holiday shopping season, was only few days ago and it is that time of the year again: the time to think about Christmas presents! Are you like me? Hating to have to run around like a mad person in the rush of last minute ...

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Cicchetti Aperol Spritz in Venice

The Perfect Aperol Spritz in Venice? At Terrazza Aperol

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Time for an aperitif in Venice at Terrazza Aperol Have you ever heard of the opening of a new place but you are not sure you want to go there, because maybe you have some preconceptions about what it should be like? OK, that was me a few weeks ago, when I was asked by 2nightvenezia to ...

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Eat with your feet in the sand at the Lido in Venice

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  Something special happens when bare feet touch the sand, when the eyes rest on the water and the lungs breathe sea air: there is something unique in the smell of iodine, in the play of light and wind on the water and in the sound of the waves of the sea. Nineteenth-century doctors knew this well ...

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