A fantastic special occasion short break featuring opera at La Fenice (the Pheonix), one of Venice’s most exquisite theatres.
Our Venice Opera break takes in luxury accommodation at the Hotel Metropole with included gourmet dinner, some of the best stalls seats at La Fenice, and plenty of opportunity to explore this most romantic of cities.
Day 1 - Fly to Venice, Private Watertaxi Transfer to your hotel before Gourmet Dinner at The Met
Fly to Venice and private watertaxi transfer to your hotel.
This evening enjoy a sumptuous gourmet tasting menu at The Met Restaurant seeing true Venetian style cuisine.
Day 2 - Day at leisure and Attend La Fenice for the Opera
Day at leisure to explore Venice. For first time visitors, we would recommend you start at the Doges Palace and the Basilica. We can provide a recommended itinerary on request.
This evening attend the opera at La Fenice. La Fenice, (The Phoenix) is aptly named as it has burnt down twice in its lifetime. It has been recently re-mastered to its current glory as one of the most famous theatres in Europe.
Day 3 - At Leisure until Private Watertaxi Transfer for flight home
At leisure until your private airport watertaxi transfer for your flight home after your La Fenice Weekend Break.
What we include:
- Private Airport Watertaxi Transfers
- 2 nights accommodation with breakfast at Hotel Metropole
- Stall Opera Ticket for La Fenice
- Gourmet Meal at The Met
- Birmingham (Tuesdays, Thursdays, Saturdays & Sundays only)
- Bristol (Fridays & Mondays)
- Edinburgh (Mondays, Wednesdays, Fridays & Saturdays only)
- Gatwick, Heathrow, Leeds (Mondays, Tuesdays, Fridays & Saturdays only)
- Luton (Mondays, Thursdays, Fridays & Sundays only)
- Manchester, Stansted
- Note that flight supplements may apply.
Price, per person, from £1,195
An unforgettable view over the lagoon, only a few steps from Piazza San Marco, within easy reach of the most stylish shops, and close to the Art and Architectural Biennales.
The hotel has a web of enchantment, a seductive ambiance and an aura of mystery and exoticism. It has period furniture, soft music and relaxing perfumes, which enhance your feeling of relaxation.
The Met restaurant offers an experience for even the most discerning of palettes.
Take a stroll... that might sounds daft, but most thing in Venice are within walking distance - and one of our favourite things is just getting lost in this magnificent city. Whilst lost in the maze of canal-side streets, you'll see the beating heart of the city and undoubtedly you will also come across its treasures - from St Marks Square, the Bridge of Sighs, and the Doges Palace to little 'streets' with brightly painted houses (and fabulous window boxes during late spring/early summer).
Alternatively, do the 'tourist thing' and treat yourselves to a Gondola tour. Other attractions (mostly free or low cost entry) are well worth the queues that inevitably build up during busy periods. Examples include the 342ft St Mark’s Campanile (bell tower) at around €8 per person, and the Basililica Di San Marco, where entry is free but there is a small charge for the museum.