Music – Milan, Venice and Verona
Performing Arts and Media Tour
5 days/4 nights from only £445pp
Opera was born in Italy around the year 1600 and Italian opera has continued to play a dominant role in the history of the form until the present day.
Day 1,Depart UK – flight to Milan,Arrive in Milan and travel to accommodation,Overnight in Milan
Day 2,Ansaldo Workshop,La Scala Museum and Theatre Tour,Overnight in Milan
Day 3,Travel to Verona,Arena di Verona,Overnight in Verona
Day 4,Travel to Venice,Guided tour of La Fenice Theatre,Overnight in Venice
Day 5,Time for last minute sightseeing,Transfer to airport,Travel back to UK[/table]
Feel free to contact us to tailor your own tour. 0845 200 0030
La Scala Museum and Theatre Tour- Milan
Visit the famous La Scala Theatre. Explore its vast collections including the Livia Simoni library and look out over the auditorium at the spectacular theatre.
Ansaldo Workshop- Milan
Take a journey through the backstage of the La Scala Theatre, and partake in a workshop to see first hand how the show’s sets are put together.
Arena di Verona
Visit the Arena di Verona, which is the biggest open-air lyrical theatre in the world.
Guided tour of La Fenice theatre- Venice
Visit the beautiful Fenice Theatre for a guided tour, tracing its history from its origins to the present day.
For prices on these and many more subject related visits call 0845 200 0030
No visit to this city is complete without visiting…
One of Venice’s most prestigious galleries is Accademia which houses a superb collection of art work which heavily influenced European painting. Its location includes part of the Monastery of Canonici Lateranensi built by Andrea Palladio.
Doge’s Palace- Venice
The Doge’s Palace once served as the state’s political core and this Palace combines an Eastern feel with Gothic architecture and artwork including a replica of the statue of Doge Francesco Foscari and the lion (1438-42).
Torcello and Murano- Venice
Amongst the lagoons lie Torcello and Murano. Torcello was the first inhabited island and marked the beginning of Venice. In 1291 through the fear of fire all glass furnaces were transported to Murano and emphasised the popularity of this island.
Leonardo di Vinci’s Last Supper- Milan
A fantastic opportunity to see this painting that needs no introduction.
Juliet’s House- Verona
A romantic shrine featuring the balcony said to belong to Juliet.
For prices on these and many other attractions call 0845 200 0030
✓ Return scheduled flights
✓ Accommodation on a b&b basis
✓ Multi-bedded rooms for students
✓ Single/twin rooms for leaders
✓ Free itinerary planning and visits booking service
✓ Comprehensive travel pack
✓ 1:15 leader place ratio