Kate and Will delve into the gloriously romantic and seductive Venice to discover the finest art the city has to offer.

Basilica San Marco, the jewel in Venice’s crown, stands tall over the city’s beating heart, Piazza San Marco and provides the backdrop for a lesson in art, history and culture. 

Walking the narrow alleyways and winding canals, they find a hidden gem at San Francesco della Vigna, amongst the triumphant grandeur of marble palaces and churches, before visiting Fondazione Vedova, exhibiting the work of Emilio Vedova, one of Venice’s most important modern artists.

The Scuola Grande di San Rocco, a 16th century headquarters for wealthy men with walls elaborately decorated with stories from the Bible is next on their list, while their last stop sees them catch a boat to Murano, to see first-hand the famous Venetian tradition glassmaking at Berengo Furnace