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Venice Biennale 2018 - Fantastic!

The Venice Biennale this year was wonderful! The theme "Freespace" was taken up by national and... read more

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Visit Venice is not only Venice city culture but also the must visit location in La Biennale to... read more

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Reviewed yesterday via mobile

The Venice Biennale this year was wonderful! The theme "Freespace" was taken up by national and invited exhibits with vigor and beauty. It was one of the gems of the summer in Venice, with the main exhibitions at the Giardini and Arsenale complimented by the...More

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Reviewed 4 days ago via mobile

For all architects and people of arts , La Bienalle in Venezia is the best place to see all countries and they respond on the ' Free space' - this year.

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Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

It is a nice experience in a very nice location. It is expensive, 25€/person and be prepared to walk a lot! Some pavilions are really great! Professionals may need more than one day to explore.

Thank Despina-Kleanthi
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

Visit Venice is not only Venice city culture but also the must visit location in La Biennale to explore different cities style of building and history.

Thank Chuan C
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

To really enjoy and appreciate you,ll need more than one day. We tried to see the architecture exhibition but it was a shame that at the end of the day we had to rush and skip things, going from the exceptionally beautiful Arsenale to the...More

Thank NLcycle
Reviewed 26 May 2018

Each odd year contemporary art projects occupy the Giardini and Arsenale and each even year you can admire architectural projects from late May to late November. Exhibition is spread in 30 pavilions, in Rope factory and all around Arsenale. Some young states try to find...More

Thank Miha P
Reviewed 12 April 2018

If you want to visit the Biennale place and you will pass in this times you will stay in front of a closed door. It is not the year in which the Biennale take place, so you will see the pavilions only from out side....More

Thank Ralf K
Reviewed 4 April 2018 via mobile

The garden is interesting, and Biennale is Biennale. Infortunately the garden is not open emerytów Day :( so you wont have always possibility to see all the buildings.

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Reviewed 20 January 2018

My friend had been on staff for a month during this regular massive art gathering and so I was urged to take a look. I don't know if I'd ever go on my own but I was glad I did. The installation fills hall after...More

Thank Larry A
Reviewed 10 January 2018

Art Biennale in Venice is a must-see for every art lover. There are pavilions from all over the world to show contemporary art from every country.

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25 April 2018|
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Response from Ronald B | Reviewed this property |
Venice hotels come in a great variety of styles and prices. So any advice is to be discussed. Stay far away from St Marco square is the best advice for a location: to expensive and crowded. In september temparature can feel... More
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Response from Jeff K | Reviewed this property |
Ideally, you need two days. One for the event in the Giardini and one for the event in the Arsenale. It is normally possible to fit in the other small places dotted about Venice (if you don't mind walking). If you are going... More
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Stay in castello- better access to venues, less tourists and still easy to get to San Marco
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