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 Like every year at the end of summer Lido is crowded with stars and cinemagoers from all around the world for the annual International Film Festival.
The kermess, at its 69th edition, opens 29th of august at San Polo Arena and then continues at Lido and on the city’s circuits.
The festival ends the 8th of September with the handover of the Golden Lion Award.
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 After last year’s success, between 11-29 Mai at the Fenice Theatre returns on stage ‘La Bohème’ by Giacomo Puccini, lyric scenes in four acts based on the Giuseppe Giacosa and Luigi Illica’s libretto inspired by Henri Murger’s novel ‘Scènes de la vie de bohème’.

‘La Bohème’ is one of the most famous Italian operas ever and despite the fact that its setting is in Paris, it represents an important trend of the Italian post-unification culture.

It is directed by Francesco Micheli, the conductor is Daniele Callegari, the scenes are by Edoardo Sanchi and the costumes by Silvia Aymonino.


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Venice show up her nautical vocation and will host the most important sailing challenge of the World: the America’s Cup!

From April 21that La Fenice Theatre
goes on the stage for the opera lovers "La Sonnambula" (The Sleepwalker) an
opera semiseria with music by Vincenzo Bellini to an Italian libretto by Felice

During 2012 there will be three dossier exhibition at the Doge’s Palace, this is made possible using part of the items of the collection belonging to the Fondazione dei Musei Civici di Venezia.

The Lyric Season at the theatre “La Fenice” doesn’t stop after the end of Carnival and present from March 7th to 11th the Bertold Brecht “The Threepenny Opera” directed by Luca de Fusco and played by Massimo Ranieri e Lina Sastri.

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Special Offers!

Stay at least three nights and get a special 15% discount. In some periods of the year the discount reaches up to 20%

Dinner with view in a very exclusive location? Yes you can! Venice is not famous only for its history, culture and gondolas.

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