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La Fenice Opera House: Skip The Line + Audio Guide

  • Audio guide in English and 4 other languages
  • Skip the line access to La Fenice
  • Audio guide (to download on your own device)
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The Teatro La Fenice in Venice is one of the most important landmarks in the history of Italian theater - and in the entire history of opera.

Teatro La Fenice
1965,Campo San Fantin, 30124, Venice
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