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Bars und Nachtleben in Venetien

Erstklassige Bars

Italienisches Restaurant
“Crossing the bridge of the Malvasia, you find yourself on the Fondamenta degli Ormesini: this long street beside the canal ["fondamenta"] has become a hot spot of Venetian night life in recent years. Here you will find a whole series of ethnic restaurants and, with its Venetian cuisine and live music, "Paradiso Perduto" is one of the most popular meeting places in the entire city.”
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“this restaurant is famous for two things: aperitifs and meat! if you would like eating good meat with vegetables and a good wine, this is one of the best places in Venice! located in Fondamenta degli Ormesini: a very lively and busy place in the evening. I recommend to book”
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“Absolutely unique. It is a "Historic Cafe" and you can enter to visit it even without consuming. Actually you should try a cup of mint coffee. A perfect combination of 100% Arabica espresso, emulsion of fresh cream and mint in syrup and a sprinkling of bitter cocoa. Served in a cappuccino cup, should not be sweetened… for this is not given the teaspoon.!”
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Ski Area
“Live a blue colored dream from Malcesine up to the top of Monte Baldo. Admire the blue shades of both lake and sky melting into an amazing landscape offering a view in all its variety: From snow covered Alpine peaks to the rough profile of the closer mountains and the soft scenery of the lowlands. Here the cable car “flies” up to 1,800 meters altitude within only a few minutes. The rotating cabins, unique in the world, let you experience new emotions every time you go.”
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“Only reachable by car, it's a stunning little medieval town, one of my favourite places ever.”
  • Von 33 Einheimischen empfohlen
“Historical family run patisserie with amazing pastries and coffee at a budget price.”
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“there is a beautiful little campo with a well in front of this restaurant from where you can enjoy a breathtaking view of Ponte di Rialto!”
  • Von 38 Einheimischen empfohlen
Trattoria / Osteria
“The best "cicchetti" in Venice ! (Cicchetti are little taste of food, similar to spanish tapas) Go and taste a selection of them!”
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“This large venue, situated towards Lake Garda, is young Italy at its most glamorous and effervescent best. Twenty-somethings from around the region flock here, especially on a Friday and Saturday night, to dance to the sounds of Italian superstars and big international artists. Regularly changing DJs and exotic cocktails are matched with special dance nights and events. Visit: www.hollywood.it”
  • Von 19 Einheimischen empfohlen
“Carne, pesce e pizza in locale di tendenza con una grande cornice dorata e un lounge bar che propone dj set.”
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Night Club
“The name says it all ... small in size and world because there are people of all nationalities, regulars, passing people, but also famous people. The retro style, the friendly and polite staff, the good music makes it the ideal place to spend a nice evening drinking a good cocktail. ”
  • Von 9 Einheimischen empfohlen
Night Club
“Discoteca locale, musica commerciale, reggaeton, elettronica. Per passare una serata alternativa consigliato sopratutto l'inverno.”
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Night Club
“Senza dubbio uno dei maggiori punti di riferimento per gli amanti del jazz. Tutte le sere (esclusi il giovedì e la domenica) ottima musica dal vivo accompagnata dalla cena o da un cocktail.”
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“One of Verona’s older city-centre club venues, Berfi’s is small and intimate. It consist of just two minimalist, white rooms: one featuring mainly commercial, disco hits and the other, known as the Caffe degli Artisti, where there are regular live performances. There’s also an on-site restaurant and dinner is included in the entrance fee. Visit: www.berfis.com”
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Night Club
“Sonorità dance e dj set internazionali in una spaziosa discoteca alla moda, aperta nel 1961, con piscina.”
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“Great to have aperitif or a meal while enjoying the view of Verona from the top!”
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Historische Stätte
“It’s the most famous attraction in Verona and you already know it. I just want to give you a couple of tips: -if you are planning to visit it in high season, please note that there will be a huge line! Check in internet the Verona Card that will let you skip the line. -if you love art and music, in the Arena there are plenty events all over the year. There are concerts, opera and ballets and, trust me, it’s a real good and unique experience to do. -if you want to eat watching the Arena you can find plenty touristic places near there...but if you want to eat as locals, I can show you some other places.”
  • Von 179 Einheimischen empfohlen
Opera House
“One of the most beautiful theaters in the world. If there is a show that you can enjoy going half an hour before the show, you can often find cheaper places. If you are a student the tickets cost 10€”
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Historische Stätte
“When you will visit this amazing cathedral, take a look also to the small hidden church on the left (watching the cathedral) that is really cute. It’s called S. Elena.”
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Historische Stätte
“Verona ist unbedingt einen Ausflug wert, ob zum Shopping oder zum Besichtigen der berühmten römischen Arena oder des berühmten Balkons, an dem sich Romeo und Julia ewige Liebe schworen.”
  • Von 180 Einheimischen empfohlen
“If you want to listen to live music, and taste some good sandwiches I recommend to try Al Vapore pub”
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Amerikanisches Restaurant
“Near Piazza San Marco, young music, very crowded from Friday to Sunday. Good hamburger.”
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Historische Stätte
“The monument that more than any other reminds the Roman origins of the city and its symbol worldwide. Every summer since 1913, its bleachers welcome six hundred thousand spectators of the world's greatest opera season The Verona Arena is a great amphitheater, the third largest among those left to us and the best preserved, although in 1183 a strong earthquake has destroyed the triple order of overlapping arches that surrounded him entirely. Today remains of that facing only a glimpse, a wing consisting of four bays which we can imagine the grandeur of the original appearance. Perfectly intact is instead the internal order, uninterrupted sequence consisting of 72 double stone arches that create an ellipse hundred and ten meters wide and one hundred and forty long. Built in the first century A.D. with marble from quarries in the province, has internally an oval shape with a major axis of about seventy meters and a minor axis of forty-five meters. The large auditorium is formed by forty-five steps which have an average height of many centimeters. During the years of the empire received numerous gladiatorial combats, cited by Pliny the Younger, and over the centuries hosted performances of all kinds: tournaments, jousts, duels, ballets, circuses and representations of prose. In the nineteenth century it was also used for hot-air balloon ascents and bullfights, which in 1805 also witnessed Napoleon Bonaparte. Since the summer of 1913 hosts a grand opera season, commissioned by the tenor Giovanni Veronese Zenatello to celebrate the centenary of the birth of Giuseppe Verdi. The first opera to be performed on August 10 was Aida, the most spectacular of Verdi's operas and perfectly suited to the grandeur of the amphitheater, supported by a wonderful acoustics. She was born the largest open-air opera season in the world and since then the number of spectators has always honored its inventors: every summer the arena is home to hundreds of thousands of spectators.”
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Historische Stätte
“The Arena di Verona is a Roman amphitheatre in Piazza Bra in Verona, Italy built in the first century. It is still in use today and is internationally famous for the large-scale opera performances given there. It is one of the best preserved ancient structures of its kind.”
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