Retreat of the week: Luxury Venice Yoga, Culture & Creativity Retreat, 3rd – 8th November

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Need an autumn getaway? You will love visiting Venice at this time of year where the streets are more peaceful, the vibe is less touristy, and during the famous Biennale when there are art installations all over the city, and the autumn air gives a sense of coziness where one wants to duck into a quaint Italian cafe for a warm hot chocolate.

We think you deserve a magical yoga holiday – so we’ve made it easier for you with a special $200 discount.

Venice is a place unlike any other in the world, and to see it is to transport yourself back to the days of Casanova, masked balls, and Carnevale. Oh, but there is so much more to Venice than what the usual tourist visit can offer.

This retreat will be hosted at the beautiful luxury boutique hotel, Palazzo Vitturi, a Byzantine / Gothic Venetian Palazzo built during late 1200’s and adorned by fine neo-classical original frescoes.

Feel a timeless atmosphere where you’re transported to the old days of glorious Venice, with the original beams, the Murano chandeliers, the typical venetian flooring, the capitals and decors: every detail will give you a flavour of romance and exclusivity to your time in Venice.

You will not only enjoy the hotel property with its traditional decor, but will also have plenty of time to explore the city, the lagoons, canals, and other nearby islands – all with their own personality.

An overview visit to Venice will allow you to get your bearings in the maze of canals, to see the major sites, and even ride the famous gondolas. Another day will be spent seeing Burano, the island of colorurful picturesque houses and lace-making, as well as a stop for a tour of one of Venice’s only wineries, complete with wine-pairing and chef tasting lunch at their award-winning restaurant, followed by a private boat trip return.

You’ll also enjoy a visit to a historical mask-making workshop where you’ll create original masks of your own, a special tour of the most famous site in the city, St. Mark’s Basilica, and other noteworthy sites.

For further info, bookings & pricing please refer to our web listing.

Author: CHERYL SLATER

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