The Most Serene Republic.

When all of Europe toiled under kings and feudal lords, Venice alone forged a republic of freedom. When the economy of the West lay in shambles, Venice was a hive of commercial activity. It watched as the Roman Empire crumbled all around, but refused to crumble itself.  It alone survived the barbarian invasions. This was the city of Marco Polo, of Titian, of Tiepolo, and of Verdi. This was the tiny city state that became a mighty economic and military giant. Join us in La Serenissima as we explore the fascinating legacy of the Venetian Republic and uncover the Venice few visitors ever get to see.

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