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The Carnival of Venice

//The Carnival of Venice

The Carnival of Venice

il carnevale di Venezia
The Carnival of Venice is an unmissable event for those who want to spend a few days holiday immersed in an atmosphere of joyous and full of charm, in one of the most fascinating cities in the world. The fame attained by this event has come to involve several sponsors and to attract the attention of thetelevision networks, as well as address a crowd that includes visitors from all over the world, ready to wear a mask and to participate in many initiatives planned. Rent apartments in Venice, in those days, is an opportunity not to be missed.

Tourist apartments: the best way to live a unique experience
The streets of Venice, for about ten days, live immersed in playfulness, welcoming anyone with good cheer and offering a rich world of dances,exclusive gala and romantic appointments. Our holiday apartments are available to allow those who want to be part of a sensational event.

The birth of the Venetian Carnival

Officially his birth dates back to 1296, year in which the Senate hasratified the feast on the last day of lent. In fact its origin seems to date backto many years before, both as a celebration of ancient ancestral cults who liketo vent granted to ordinary citizens against powerful (the mask on the faceallowed anyone to cheat at members of the aristocracy). Compared to today,in the past the period devoted to the Carnival was decidedly longer; in fact,even began during the first Sunday of October and continued well after the Epiphany, ending only just before Lent.

The Carnival of Venice over the centuries

The importance of the Carnival of Venice was evident already in the past; you have to remember, in this regard, that during the Carnival people was allowed to leave from their jobs to take care of every aspect of the festival days. The huge crowd ran together with very high expectations, punctually repaid; theattractions provided jugglers, acrobats, dancing animals, acrobats, peddlers ofcandy (but also dried fruit, chestnut and pancakes).

From the 20th century to date: the new life of the Carnival of Venice

During the 19th century the participation to the Carnival by artists increaseddramatically, with writers and musicians fascinated by so much wonder; You can remember Wagner, Foscolo and Byron. After a difficult period, coincidingwith the fall of the Venetian Republic, the Carnival is resurrected in the seventies of the 20th century. Since then, renting apartments in the period of the Festival is a tradition, a different way of experiencing the city.


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