La Serenissima, as the Republic of Venice is known, was anything but serene during the Carnevale di Venezia.At that time Venice was known as the pleasure playground of Europe; a must-stop on The Grand Tour.Carnival was a time that Venetians and visitors alike unabashedly took part in revelry and licentiousness, any cares cloaked by their masks and costumes.
This year, during Venice’s Carnival, fire-eaters, tightrope walkers, and dancers performed on the water to celebrate this anniversary. We've also seen jugglers, artists, and acrobats performing, you can hear the sounds of trumpets, fifes, and drums, and taste dried fruit, chestnuts and “frittelle”, irresistible sweets that are soft on the inside and crispy on the outside.
Traditional costumes of the Venetian carnival hand-made locally by tailors in the area of Venice. They are faithful reproductions of historical costumes of the time made with high-quality materials Made in Italy. The costumes can be made to fit all sizes and tailored on customer's request.Ca'Macana is keen to ensure that the ancient Venetian tradition of mask-making endures and will continue to grow well into the future. This is why Ca’Macana is one of the most well-renowned and respected producers of Venice carnival masks in the world.WHAT IS SPECIAL ABOUT THE VENICE CARNIVAL. The Carnival of Venice is known in Italy and outside the peninsula’s borders for its beauty and elegance. Century after century, the masks and costumes have been inspired by Venetian refinement, but also to hide the identity, sex and social class of the participants, behind a wonderful costume.
This decadent Venetian masquerade is one of the most important events on the Venice Carnival calendar. It takes place on in the Palazzo Pisani Moretta, overlooking the Grand Canal. This evening of wonders begins with aperitif and an impressive performance by costumed performers. Afterwards, you will attend a gala dinner in the Longhi and Tiepolo Saloon. You can expect the finest food Venice.Read More
The Carnival of Venice 2020, one of the most famous and appreciated carnivals in the world, will take place between 8 and 25 February 2020, in the beautiful city of Venice. On this occasion, for 18 days in a row, we will have the pleasure to admire many wonderful masks and costumes, worn by hundreds of thousands of people coming from all over the world to parade through the narrow streets of.Read More
By the time Venetian Carnival reached it zenith in the sixteenth century, masks had become more elaborate along with the costumes and jewelry for which Venetians were world-renowned. In fact, masks are inextricably linked to the history of costume in Venice. In the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries, costume renters ran successful businesses, outfitting their clients with sumptuous fabrics.Read More
What are the dates of Venetian Carnival each year ? It is very easy to approximately calculate them. Venice Carnival begins two Fridays before Ash Wednesday each year. It starts on Saturday and ends after 10 days on Mardi Gras Tuesday. The official dates of Venice Carnival until 2024.Read More
Project yourselves into Venice Carnival of the Eighteenth Century wearing lavishing costumes and tasting traditional Venetian dishes in our 2020 Venice Carnival Grand Galas, where historical re-enactments and mystical atmospheres melt together with the Magic of Venice Carnival. Let yourselves get carried away with an outburst of artists, sets, costumes, lights and colours in a Sensory Journey.Read More
Venice Carnival 2020 live. Stay with us and follow the official streaming of the main events of the Venice Carnival: SATURDAY 8 FEBRUARY live from 7.00 pm from Rio di Cannaregio Venice festival on the water first part with the show “AMORIS CAUSA” SUNDAY 9 FEBRUARY live from 11.00 from the Rio di Cannaregio Venetian party on the water second part with the arrival of the water parade.Read More
A vacation in Venice is a great opportunity to visit the islands of the Venetian lagoon. Carnival Palace Hotel is located in an ideal position to reach either with a guided tour or on your own the picturesque islands of the lagoon.Read More
Venetian Carnival is Never-Ending People Watching! While there are some pricey masquerade balls, much of what goes on during the Carnival of Venice is free to the public, including parades, street performers, music performances, and the never-ending people watching. One caveat about the event: you have to tolerate crowds, and be patient and.Read More
CARNIVAL MASKS: Venetian Mask is undoubtedly the symbol of Venice and it represents the Venetian spirit projected towards the party, the transgression and the amusement. In the eighteenth century, Venice enjoyed the reputation of having the most famous Carnival in the world. All the social classes took part and the mask represented the trick for the expression of that big collective magic.Read More
The Venice Carnival 2020. Schedule and Tickets. VENICE, CARNIVAL, MAGIC! The Venice Carnival: January 30- February 16. Venice is a magical city, and at no time is this more true than during the two weeks leading up to Mardi Gras, when the historical city celebrates the Carnival of Venice, a tradition first recorded over 700 years ago. Ordinary Venice is exciting, but Venice during the Carnival.Read More