Venice, with its winding canals, charming bridges, and historic architecture, has always had an air of mystery and intrigue. However, for those seeking an extra dose of thrill and excitement, the recent release of A Haunting in Venice in theaters nationwide is sure to have piqued your interest. Set in eerie, post-World War II Venice on All Hallows’ Eve, this terrifying mystery features none other than the celebrated sleuth, Hercule Poirot.
But why limit the adventure to the silver screen when you can experience your very own version of this spooky tale? Collezione EM‘s newest addition, Violino d’Oro, opening in November, offers travelers a chance to immerse themselves in the enigmatic atmosphere of Venice. Nestled on a picturesque canal, Violino d’Oro is a charming hideaway where exquisite art meets the magnificence of an intimate home. With 32 rooms in a Venetian Palazzo, this property promises an unforgettable stay.
One of the greatest advantages of Violino d’Oro is its prime location. Situated in the heart of Venice, guests will find themselves within walking distance of several iconic movie locations featured in A Haunting in Venice. Here are a few must-visit spots to get you started:
- Church of Miracoli: Step into the mysterious ambiance of this church, which played a pivotal role in the movie’s plot.
- Campo San Giacomo dell’Orio: This charming square served as a backdrop for some eerie scenes in the film.
- Benedetto Marcello Conservatory: Explore the musical history of Venice as you visit this iconic institution featured in the movie.
- Rio della Canonica: A picturesque canal where you can soak in the Venetian atmosphere.
- Scala del Bovolo: An architectural gem that adds to Venice’s mystique.
- Palazzo Malipiero: A grand palace with its own secrets waiting to be uncovered.
For adventurers eager to uncover the chilling secrets of Venice and experience a haunting of their own, there are even more options. The iconic Doge’s Palace, a must-visit historical site, hides a dark secret within its walls – The Torture Chamber. Located in the lesser-explored parts of the palace and directly connected to the prison complex, this is a spine-tingling experience that echoes the mysteries of the movie.
If you’re seeking more nocturnal thrills, consider embarking on an evening ghost tour across the city’s many bridges, alleys, and canals. Venice’s winding streets come alive with ghostly tales and legends as night falls, creating a hauntingly beautiful experience.
For a more immersive and traditional Venetian adventure, don’t forget to go on a quest to find your very own spooky Venetian mask. These intricate and often eerie masks have a long history in Venice, and wearing one can transport you into a world of intrigue and disguise, just like the characters in A Haunting in Venice.
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