Venice Locations is the service by Oltrex – KV Group for the companies that wish to host in Venice their corporate events, gala dinners, parties, exhibitions and conventions.

Thanks to years of experience in organizing events both commercial and cultural in Venice, Oltrex provides its expertise for choosing the appropriate venue, set up, incoming and logistic.

For any kind of information please call the phone number +39 041 2960840 #2.

 

 

 

The best venues for events in Venice

Pala ExpoVenice
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The Pala Expo Venice is the new multifunctional space in Venice. The structure covers 10,000 square meters on a total area of 50,000 square meters located at the beginning of the “Ponte della Libertà”, the bridge that connects the old town center of Venice to the Mainland

Arsenale di Venezia
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The Venetian Arsenal (Italian: Arsenale di Venezia) was a complex of state-owned shipyards and armories clustered together. It was responsible for the bulk of Venice’s naval power during the middle part of the second millennium AD.

Hotel Excelsior
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Located right on Venice Lido beach, the Hotel Excelsior is a masterpiece of Venetian architecture dating back to the early 1900. Stunning halls overlooking the sea, highly creative, contemporary Italian cuisine and competent, skilled staff, become ingredients of the hotel’s recognition and awareness among the best wedding and special events locations.

Hotel Monaco & Grand Canal – Sala del Ridotto
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Hotel Monaco & Grand Canal is situated where Canal Grande water and San Marco Basin merge together. It is a unique position where you can live and feel the real soul of Venice.

Molino Stucky Hilton
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The Molino Stucky Hilton Venice has the largest, most modern and best-equipped Convention Centre in Venice.

Nappe Arsenale di Venezia
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Each Nappa: 50 mt. lenght, 20 m width, 4,5 mt. highness below arches

Palace Hotel Ca’ Sagredo
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The palace dates back to the 15th century; it was built by the Morosini family and modified several times throughout the years.The first owner, documented in 1570, was Lorenzo Morosini, Domenico’s brother, one of the patrons of the Accademia Pellegrina where even Tiziano and Tintoretto belonged.

Palazzo Ca’ Vendramin Calergi
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The exact date of the construction of Ca’ Vendramin Calergi is not known, however historians set the start of work in 1481, with the purchase of old structures in the area that was to host the new building.

Palazzo Ca’ Zenobio
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Near the church of Santa Maria dei Carmini, rises the imposing mole of a Baroque Palace, one of the largest palaces ever built in Venice. Designed by architect Antonio Gaspari, a student and collaborator of Baldassare Longhena, highly regarded for his conservative renovations and interior design.

Palazzo Cavalli Franchetti
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Palazzo Cavalli Franchetti , designed by the Institute of Sciences, Letters and Arts to host cultural activities, is an imposing neo-Gothic palace at the foot of the Accademia bridge extended to Campo Santo Stefano

Palazzo del Cinema
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This building, on four floors, can accommodate up to 1.017 people in the Sala Grande and has an additional four rooms able to accommodate 48 to 161 people.

Fondazione Giorgio Cini
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The first news of the Island of San Giorgio Maggiore, dating back to 790, the year of construction of a church dedicated to St. George; In 982, the abbot Giovanni Morosini got the Island by the Doge of Venice, Tribune Memmo, in order to found a Benedictine monastery.

Palazzo Grassi
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Located in Campo San Samuele and overlooking the Canal Grande, Palazzo Grassi presents major temporary exhibitions, some of which are based in whole or in part on the Pinault Collection

Palazzo Pisani Moretta
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The Palace, ever since the propertv of the Pisani familv, was erected in the second half of the XVth Century at one of the most attractive points along the “Canal Grande” half way between the Bridge of Rialto and the Ca’ Foscari’s vault.

Punta della Dogana
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The triangular-shaped Punta della Dogana separates the Grand Canal and the Giudecca Canal. As a center for contemporary art, the former customs house of the city presents exhibitions of works from the Pinault Collection.

Scuola Grande di San Rocco
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The decision to construct a large building destined to be the new seat of the Scuola goes back to 1499 and precedes by at least 25 years the effective signing of the sales contract for the required land

Scuola Grande San Giovanni Evangelista
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The School of San Giovanni Evangelista is one of the most important and oldest school of Venice and it is situated in the San Polo district near San Giovanni Evangelista Church

Teatro La Fenice and Sale Apollinee
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The Teatro La Fenice was founded in 1792. In the nineteenth century, the theatre staged the world premieres of numerous operas, including Rossini’s Tancredi, Sigismondo and Semiramide, Bellini’s I Capuleti e i Montecchi (The Capulets and the Montagues) and Beatrice di Tenda, Donizetti’s Belisario (Belisarius), Pia de’ Tolomei, and Maria de Rudenz, and Verdi’s Ernani, Attila, Rigoletto, La traviata and Simon Boccanegra.

Teatro Malibran
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The Teatro San Giovanni Grisostomo, now known as the Teatro Malibran, is an opera house in Venice. Founded in 1678 by the Grimani family, it was founded primarily to provide entertainment for the aristocracy and to advance the social position of the Grimani family, and was not expected to be a profitable commercial venture.