Biennale di Venezia

Travel to Venice with Lista Aperta

Lista Aperta offers you an exciting two-day trip to Venice on November 20th and 21st.

The trip is designed to experience two exciting days, two days of art and culture, hosted by one of the most magnific cities in the world.

The trip will start on the morning of November 20; we will leave together at 8:25 am from Milano Stazione Centrale, on a regional train that will take us to the Venezia S. Lucia station by mid-morning.

Once in Venice, we will have the opportunity to leave our luggage at Hotel Florida, where we will then spend the night. The hotel is located very closed to the station and will be easy to reach it on foot. After this short break each participant will be free to visit the city independently, while some architecture friends will be available to tell us some historical information about the city and its architecture.

Important: Venice is a very special city and is mostly on foot, so we recommend: comfortable shoes!

The day will end in the evening at the hotel.

On the morning of November 21, we will visit the prestigious Biennale di Venezia

The Biennale is curated by architect, teacher and researcher Hashim Sarkis, who this year commented: “We need a new spatial contract. In the context of widening political divides and growing economic inequalities, we call on architects to imagine spaces in which we can generously live together”.

The visit to the Biennale will take place throughout the day and we will be divided into two groups of 16 people. The visit will be autonomous, and some architecture friends will help us to understand a little bit more the Biennale.

After the visit we will have time to reach the train at 20:10, to be in Milan around 23:40.

The whole trip will cost only 40 euros including travel, admission to the Biennale, bed and breakfast on Sunday. All meals are responsibility of the individual participant.

Don’t miss this opportunity! Registrations are opening on 20th october 2021 at h12.00 (midday).

The initiative is realized with the contribution of Politecnico di Milano

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