The oldest bridge of Venice

The Rialto Bridge is the true heart of Venice, the oldest of the four bridges spanning the Grand Canal in Venice that connecting San Marco with San Polo. The massive structure was built on some 12,000 wooden pilings that still support the bridge more than 400 years later. It is considered one of the best sunset spot in the city.

Tintoretto: the hero of Venice Renaissance

Tintoretto was one of the most significant Italian Mannerist painters of Renaissance and an outstanding artist of the Venetian School.

Cultivating the avant-garde in Venice: A historical legacy

The historical legacy of this city can not be missed as Venice is a city of firsts. Here, we take a look at some of Venice's records.

Discover the magnificent Palazzo Grimani in Venice

Located at the core of the Castello district in Venice, Palazzo Grimani is a magnificent Renaissance building that houses many hidden treasures.

Grand Hotel dei Dogi, Venice

A retreat for true connoisseurs of Venice, Grand Hotel dei Dogi combines an authentic sense of 17th-century nobility with a modern attitude to life. A short distance away from the main tourist beats, the hotel reveals the surprise of one of the city’s largest private gardens.

The St.Regis Venice

The St. Regis Venice combines historic legacy with modern luxury in a privileged location beside the Grand Canal surrounded by views across some of Venice’s most iconic landmarks. Avant-garde in outlook and evolutionary in design, the hotel is an expression of the cultural curiosity of Venice and the innovation of modern-day against a pedigreed backdrop.