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Best Entertainment in Venice

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Ateneo di San Basso

Built in 1076, Ateneo di San Basso is one of the oldest churches in Venice. Restored after the fires of 1105 and 1661, the church has been privately owned, used as a marble and sculpture camp by the Fabbriceria di San Marco and finally reconstructed and furnished as a conference hall during the 1950s. Today this historic landmark is used as a venue where visitors can listen to soulful music of Vivaldi and Mozart. Accomplished musical groups and maestro musicians and orchestras grace this venue, paying tribute to the legendary Baroque composers. The performances held here are worthy of a visit; especially after a tiring day in the city this can be a great place to unwind.

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Teatro Goldoni

The Teatro Goldoni has gone through several changes over the years and is a spot frequented by locals as well as visitors. Named after the 18th Century dramatist Carlo Goldoni, it actually began as Teatro San Luca, way back in 1622. With a seating capacity of 800, Teatro Goldini is known for the diverse range of performances it hosts throughout the year. Apart from some of the most scintillating concerts in the city, the theater offers ballets, operas and various other live acts. Check the website for a complete schedule of events.

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La Fenice

Established in 1792, Teatro La Fenice was burnt twice and rebuilt. This premier opera house is among the best venues in town to watch superb opera performances, chamber music concerts, and ballets. Restructured to its old glory and equipped with great acoustics, it is indeed just like it is named.

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Palazzo Barbarigo-Minotto

Located on the Grand Canal, Palazzo Barbarigo-Minotto is a 15th-century historical palace and is one of the prime attractions of the city. The charming historic building offers pristine views of the Grand Canal and its location represents the stunning architectural marvel of that era. The interiors of this palace are embellished with intricate details and the walls are adorned with stunning artworks. In association with Musica a Palazzo, it also hosts prominent cultural concerts and operas happening in the city.

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Church of San Vidal

Chiesa di San Vidal is a historic former church in Venice with the magnificence of an ancient palace. A major landmark, this site is home to a year-round series of classical music concerts. Chamber music aficionados flock to the church to hear music performed in the grandest of settings. San Vidal is not open otherwise to the public.

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