Venice Hotels Articles

August 29, 2010

Break From Busy Schedule

… , including several outstanding contributions from Rembrandt.

 

If traditional old-fashioned romance is a mania, consider Venice. It’s offering scenic canals, beautiful buildings, and world famous landmarks; Venice is an experience …

August 2, 2010

Holiday Destinations by Flight Duration

… )
Hungary (Budapest)
Finland (Helsinki)
Balearic Islands (Ibiza, Majorca, Menorca)
Italy, North (Milan, Venice)
Latvia (Riga)
Lithuania (Vilnius)
Costa del Sol (Marbella)
Poland (Krakow, Warsaw)
Portugal ( …

July 31, 2010

Save Money, Spend Time!

… resorts across Europe are attracting more tourists, not just from the UK, but from all over the continent, where the cheap flight revolution has touched just about everyone. Croatia and Bulgaria are just two of the countries that are attracting not …

July 26, 2010

A City Of 650 Bridges, Sauerkraut And 7 Christmas Markets…

… to visit Berlin. Berlin specialists, www.myberlin.co.uk offer fantastic, low prices for a city break to Berlin. They combine cheap flight and discounted hotel packages at top quality hotels including the 5 star Westin Grand Hotel. Check out the …

July 22, 2010

A Guide to the Bars and Nightlife in Venice, Italy

… restaurants into pulsating discos at ten in the night. Expect all kinds of music, as a variety is played here.

Venice also has a liberal sprinkling of casinos within the city, and these provide alternate entertainment to partying. The …

July 20, 2010

Hotels – Romantic Holidays

… Paris, Venice and Rome – offering a touch of European grandeur and romantic settings.

And with more cheap flights to European destinations from UK airports now on offer, these romantic locations are now within easy reach.

July 17, 2010

Experimental Travel – How To Get Started?

… idea. The perfect panacea to a package holiday,

Take for example…

A couple who took different flights to Venice. Without the aid of telephones or agreed meeting place, they had to look for each other all over Venice

July 14, 2010

A Life Of Lorenzo Da Ponte: Talent Flies; Practical Reason Walks

… itself: The Marriage of Figaro, Don Giovann, and Così Fan Tutte.

We learn in the new book, The Librettist of Venice, by Rodney Bolt, that Da Ponte grew so close with the unequalled Mozart – both of whom, we learn, were not only talented …

July 8, 2010

References to The Merchant of Venice, by William Shakespeare, in popular culture and film

Perhaps the greatest popular culture reference to Williams Shakespeare’s “The Merchant of Venice” in our history occurs in the very last episode of “Monty Python’s Flying Circus,” in the “Patient Abuse” sketch, written, actually, by Douglas Adams …

July 7, 2010

Malta Welcomes The Lion

flies to are Nice in the South of France, Milan in Italy, which allows easy access to the Swiss Alps – and Venice, ideal for a romantic couple of days away.

Choosing Malta as a destination for Spanish tourists is a clear example of how …

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