Venice: history, art and literature
The route will lead us through some of the most beautiful and characteristic sites of Venice, we’ll see through the eyes and words of great writers and travelers, from Marco Polo to Thomas Mann, from Henry James to Goldoni, which will visit the birthplace.
“I was born in Venice, in 1707, in a large and beautiful house, situated between the bridge of Nomboli and that of the honest woman, the corner of Calle Ca ‘Centanni, in the parrocchia of San Toma” (from the “Memoires”) .
Ca ‘Centani, or Centanni, better known as the “Casa di Carlo Goldoni”, was built in the fifteenth century. It is a typical Venetian Gothic building that has, even today, the plant and elements of typical Venetian civil architecture in the late fourteenth and fifteenth century. The staging of the interior will allow us to take a “” biographical and literary “route, through his best-known plays, some of which will be mentioned.
Maximum 25 people each group