HIDDEN JEWELS OF VENICE
Five treasures to discover Venice off the beaten path
Scala Contarini del Bovolo
Bovolo: a name that in Venetian means “snail”, perfect word that defines the most famous architecture of Venice attributed to Giovanni Candi.
Oratorio dei Crociferi
Like an anonymous shell contains a pearl, the Oratorio dei Crociferi preserves a pictorial unicum painted by Jacopo Palma il Giovane.
Chiesa delle Zitelle
Designed by Andrea Palladio, it enjoys one of the most beautiful and privileged views of St. Mark’s Square.
Church of Santa Maria dei Derelitti, Sardi’s Staircase and Courtyard of the Four Seasons, Hall of Music, all inside the same complex.
Chiesa delle Penitenti
Created by Giorgio Massari, one of the most important architects of the XVIII century operating in Venice and in Veneto.
VISIT THE JEWELS
Hidden Jewels of Venice, a new way to discover the city
Secret stairs, baroque architecture, ancient choirs: Hidden Jewels nearby St. Mark’ Square and Rialto Bridge.
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Find out all the upcoming events
Our scheduled events dedicated to different sectors, tourism and events, at national and international level.
BOVOLO IN LOVE
14th February 2020, 18.00 – 20.00
A special aperitif for the most romantic evening of the year!read more
Fondazione Venezia Servizi, Bridges to Venice and Venezia dei Bambini are glad to invite you to the 2nd edition of a special eventread more
Get Married in Venice … with Us” is an event dedicated to the world of wedding in Venice downtown, thanks to the Institute IRE and Fondazione Venezia Serviziread more
Plan the perfect wedding proposal!
The Hidden Jewels of Venice and our staff are at your disposal to create a special atmosphere and to take care of every detail to perfection.
Attend official concerts!
Live the unique experience of attending the Mandolin in Venice concerts organized in the awesome Scala Contarini del Bovolo!
A unique experience that through real theatrical interpretations will revive characters who really lived, over the centuries, our prestigious Hidden Jewels of Venice.