At last we can return to enjoy the beauty of our beloved territory! According to the new regulations, from 26 April 2021 all museums and cultural sites in the Veneto region can reopen their doors to the public in compliance with the established safety rules. We will keep you constantly informed on the next reopenings also through our social accounts Facebook and Instagram.



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Livio Seguso Glass Exhibition at Murano Glass Museum

From 15 October 2019 to 30 June 2021
Exhibitions & Art

The Murano Glass Museum pays homage to Livio Seguso, the brilliant Murano master of contemporary glass, with a large retrospective entitled ‘Livio Seguso. In the beginning was the drop’, which will run until 28 February 2021. Born in 1930, Livio Seguso, as a true Murano citizen, began his..

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Van Gogh Exhibition in Padua: 'I colori della vita' ('The Colors of Life')

From 10 October 2020 to 06 June 2021
Exhibitions & Art

From 10 October 2020 to 6 June 2021 the Culture Centro Altinate San Gaetano in Padua hosts one of the most anticipated exhibitions in the Italian artistic and cultural calendar: 'Van Gogh. The colors of Life'. The exhibition on Van Gogh in Padua, Italy, in 2020 is curated by Marco Goldin and aims..

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Only 210 km long and 195 km wide, Veneto shows every miracle of nature and the history of the whole world in a perfect synthesis.An amazing Italian region located in the north-east of the country, Veneto includes the most beautiful peaks of the Dolomites, unique nature parks, art cities renowned throughout the world, such as Venice, Verona, Treviso, Padua and Vicenza, golden beaches as far as the eye can see, where famous holiday resorts are perfectly located, Lake Garda and other smaller lakes, ancient spa centers and some of the most prestigious Italian wine areas, such as Valpolicella and the Prosecco Route...

In addition to its natural, historical and artistic beauty , Veneto boasts an ancient culture that continues to enrich itself day after day, and that fascinates in the same way those who live in the region and those who visit it for the first time.