An absolute highlight for any visitor is the Venice Biennale, a major cultural event. The Venice itself is a major tourist magnet along with the magical lagoon of the city. The Venice Biennale is a World Exhibition of Fine Arts, which attracts art lovers from all over the world. It was an idea of the mayor and has been launched in 1895 and is now held in the specially set gardens in the Giardini, the district of Castello Moreover, it can be found in the shipyards as Biennale di Venezia for the past few years.
28 countries present themselves in the special pavilions in the beautiful park area. Due to the great amount of the participants, the place for the pavilions is not enough, so the artists exhibit their works on the streets of the city. Among the artists who took part in it were Auguste Renoir, Gustav Klimt and Pablo Picasso, whose works has been removed at the last moment from the Spanish pavilion, as they feared it might be too innovative.
Even the film festival in Venice, where the Golden Lion award is being prized, also belongs to the infamous Biennale. They complete this festival with their luster, allowing visitors to watch a fascinating festival, which consists of music, dance and theater groups’ performances, and anyone who will participate in it will definitely bring back home unforgettable experience. Today the Art Bienniale is accompanied by the Architecture Biennale. They are interconnected and enrich each other so Venice is worth visiting every year. Venice has three airports, the largest of which is the Venice Marco Polo Airport. Many low-cost airlines, however, fly for the price as small as 19.99 euros. Such flights land in the former military airport Venice-Treviso. In the city there is still located a small airfield Venice Lido. Having two stations the city of lagoons can be easily reached and each trip is worthwhile.