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Biennale di Venezia, Venice

Categories: Tourist Spots, Educational Sites
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4.1/5 based on 600+ reviews on the web
With a focus on contemporary art from all around the world, Biennale di Venezia began in 1895. Currently, private dealers connect buyers with artists here and at the nearby and concurrent Art Basel. National pavilions offer art from each of about 50 or more different countries. Unofficial pavilions spring up alongside the government-sponsored venues. Book your tickets online to avoid an entrance line, and bring picnic food and water. Work out when and for how long to visit Biennale di Venezia and other Venice attractions using our handy Venice vacation trip planner.
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  • Visits for a long time both the biennial Arte occurring as also the Biennale Architettura - each and every 2 years. In terms of content again and again an experience especially in the ambience of the locations "Giardini" and "Arsenals".
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  • away from the hustle and bustle of the city you can enjoy a quiet day large trees, shaded areas, interesting places,
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  • in this great city to see great contemporary art - that is something special. The review of past biennials, the confrontation with the current exhibition and the anticipation of the upcoming mingle with the town and its charm to a special experience.
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  • Great place for inspiration and taking pictures. The expo explores lots of important topics for architecture and society.
  • We had an unlucky day. It was very windy and raining. Many people had the same idea getting there at the same time. So we had to wait in a long queue. After 20 minutes we arrived at the inner courtyard where we had to take a ticket. Our ticket number was 598. When we looked at the display we could see the number 187. It was unpleasent to wait 90 minutes till we could finally buy our entrance card at the cash desk. I hope the service team will find a new concept for the customer journey. The exhibition was very interesting. I love the big hall – it's one of the best places to show modern experimental art. Unfortunately we couldn't see everything, because we lost 2 hours before to get in :-(
  • impressive! Take at least two days to see all! Must see if you are into Architecture or design
  • Second part of the architecture Biennale and still a spacious, very intriguing place. Great place to learn, discover architecture from around the world.
  • Great experience
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