Why? walk to art Venice is designed to encourage artistic and cultural development through discovery and exploration of La Biennale di Venezia – International Art Exhibition.
How? walk to art Venice explores ideas and issues, allowing you to be re-stimulated and re-energised visually. The Biennale is considered the most important and prestigious event on the international contemporary arts calendar, and the oldest and largest established biennale in the world.
Australia has been consistently represented in the Venice Biennale for more than 3 decades, through the financial support and management of the Australia Council for the Arts.
What? In this special tour, we cover Giardini della Biennale, Arsenale, pavilions and various locations hidden in opulent Venetian buildings.
walk to art Venice "pack" includes the meeting spots and destinations for each day (the destinations are not revealed upfront). Your guide, Bernadette Alibrando (who conducts walk to art tours in Melbourne and New York), will take you to quirky bars and local eateries, as well as areas around Venice.
Blog: Read about the first Venice tour (La Biennale di Venezia – 54th International Art Exhibition 2011) in walk to art blog.
Testimonial (October 2011): "We so loved it and our group was fabulous. Doing an analysis I figured the artwork/installations ranged from dismal to creative and intelligent. Stopping at the wine bars in the late afternoon to have prosecco and chichetti was also such fun. Thank you!"
When: Monday 14 October and Sunday 20 October 2013 (6 nights)
Price (per person, Australian dollars): $2,827 (twin share); $3,613 (single)
Not included: Meals other than those specified, items of personal nature, airfares, airport levies and taxes, travel insurance
Reservations: To secure a position, a non-refundable deposit of $500 per participant is required (the final payment is due on 10 August 2013).
For details, please contact walk to art, using the online form below or by telephone or email (view contact details).
Any questions? Please contact walk to art.