GLS***99The regular tour of the Doge’s Palace (the Palazzo Ducale) in Venice is extraordinary enough. The building is a quite remarkable example of Gothic civic architecture. Every stone, passageway and artwork evokes the power that the Serene Republic wielded over a millennium of unparalleled imperial power. But you might want to dig even deeper – to explore the hidden corners of the palace on the Itinerari Segreti del Palazzo Ducale (the secret tour of the Doge’s Palace).Get there early to book a ticket on the special touryou get to see areas and things most people dont know about! You also get to to the normal tour / walk around.On the tour you will get to see where Casanova was in-prisoned and where he made his escape from, the hidden ways behind the scenes ( and sometimes on top of them ! ), torture rooms, Your tour is likely to end at the Ponte dei Sospiri or Bridge of Sighs … the final walk of prisoners across the water to the ‘new prison’.
Murano is an island in Venice, Italy, also known as the Glass Island. It is famous for making colorful Murano glassware, especially brushed thermoplastic.
From a comfortable motorboat, depart from the Alilaguna pier in front of the Royal Gardens. It arrived very quickly, and Murano Island is located about 1.6 km north of the main island of Venice.
1291 The Republic of Venice is concerned that the fire in the glass factory will cause a fire in the Venetian city filled with wooden houses, and all the glass factories in Venice will be moved to Murano. Since then, Murano has become the center of the colorful glass manufacturing industry.
The island can visit the glassware workshop. It is also a master craftsman and a lot of beautiful glassware shops.
The name of the island "glass island" is directly known in China. Historically, the island produces the most beautiful glass products in Italy, and the entire island is a huge factory. In the twelfth and thirteenth centuries, because glass manufacturing technology is an important industrial secret, the government is worried about secret outflows, so as long as you enter the island to work as a glass artisan, this life will never leave the island. Basically, the island was a prison in disguise that year. Once upon a time, the fascinating glass products of the world of Venice have become no longer famous. The factories on the island have been closed down, leaving empty history and few poor workshops.
Abandoned factories are scattered throughout Murano, adding a bit of desolateness and horror to this small island. The timid children absolutely don't like to come here after dark. The works sold by only a few glass shops are cheap and featureless, and expensive and affordable. From the end of the commercial street to the other end, watch a glass show, strolling, the island will basically understand.