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Lido di Jesolo’s town centre is perfectly flat, ensuring guests can explore with ease to discover its many shops, cafes, and restaurants from our base at the four-star Hotel Eden. We’ll spend our days relaxing on the beach, following by evenings enjoying Lido di Jesolo’s vibrant nightlife, with plenty of bars to take in.
During our holiday, we’ll also visit two of Italy’s finest cities - Venice and Verona. Venice is famous for its canals, including the Grand Canal, and for its picturesque bridges. Admire the Bridge of Sighs and the Rialto Bridge, before taking in the historical Doge’s Palace, Basilica de San Marco, and Piazza San Marco. Verona, meanwhile, has its roots in Roman history, and is known for its connections to Shakespeare - the bard set his timeless play Romeo and Juliet here. Marvel at the Verona Arena, a Roman amphitheatre, along with the Porta Borsari, Piazza dei Signori, and Basilica of San Zeno Maggiore.
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This modern hotel occupies a prime position on the lively Piazza Mazzini in the heart of Lido de Jesolo. It boasts a private beach and a rooftop swimming pool as well as a fantastic restaurant.
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Full Day: Prosecco tasting
Experience a wonderful opportunity to sample famous Prosecco wine at the Villa Sandi in Croccetta del Montello, which dates back to 1622.
Full Day: Venice
For an entire day, we’ll explore the beautiful city of Venice, where we’ll find beautiful architecture, fascinating history and vibrant culture. Venice is one of the most interesting cities in the world, with its winding canals and reputation for being the birthplace (and adopted home) of many amazing musicians.
Today, Venice is an extraordinary city with lots to discover, from museums to art galleries, monuments to bridges, and everything in between. Some of the most famous places we’ll be able to visit at leisure while in the city include Ca' d'Oro, the Doge's Palace and the Clock Tower, as well as the Museum of Natural History and the Venice Academy Gallery. There’s also the Basilica di San Marco, the Bridge of Sighs, Rialto Bridge and the famous Grand Canal.
Full Day: Verona
Verona is one of Italy’s most romantic cities, thanks to the fact that Shakespeare chose this city to set his romantic tragedy Romeo and Juliet. While the couple were purely fictional, there are many attractions which claim by local legend to have once set the scene for Romeo and Juliet. For example, there’s Juliet’s House, where we’ll find the balcony Romeo is said to have serenaded his love, as well as the Basilica di San Zeno where the two were supposedly married in secret. There’s also Juliet’s tomb, which is said to be located within San Francesco al Corso church.
Aside from this, there are many other attractions to enjoy in Verona, such as the Piazza delle Erbe, which was once the site of the Roman Forum in the city, and Lamberti Tower. There’s a Roman Theatre and Archaeological Museum to enjoy as well, and the impressive Verona Cathedral.
Lake Como Guided Tour
Enjoy the scenic delights of Lake Como from the comfort of our coach with photo stops and free time along the way in some of the most delightful villages. Relax and enjoy the views of quaint lakeside ports, pretty villages, magnificent mountain scenery and splendid lakeside villages.
We’ll take a trip to Padua, one of Italy’s most beautiful and architecturally important cities. The setting for Shakespeare’s play The Taming of the Shrew, Padua is filled with wonderful historical sights and stunning scenery. With medieval architecture, a lively and modern atmosphere, and an incredibly intriguing history, this city is filled with things to see and do.
Venice Gondola Ride
Experience Venice from its famous canals as we take an optional gondola ride. See the beautiful architecture, while travelling along these busy waterways and enjoying the pleasant atmosphere. Venice is well-known for its canals, which connect this floating city, and our optional excursion will give us a chance to admire one of Italy’s most beautiful cities from a different perspective.