The island of Torcello


Before the rise of Venice, Torcello was the richest settlement in the lagoon, as evidenced by the extraordinary buildings that surround its square. It is a fascinating and wild island with a dense vegetation and paths that seem to have never been trodden.

The great Ernest Hemingway, who lived in the famous “red house”, found inspiration for some of his works on this island. Venice and the Lagoon were in fact the setting for his famous novel Across The River and Into The Trees.

In the footsteps of the American writer, we visit the lagoon landscape that inspired him and we enter Casa Andrich, a house-museum where the grandson of the two artists who lived there guides us on a fascinating journey through silks, tapestries, glass, sculptures, paintings, engravings, mosaics and furniture.

This is a unique opportunity

to visit the lagoon landscape that inspired Ernest Hemingway

The Experience includes:


  • Accompanying qualified tour director
  • Water Taxi at disposal
  • Entrance to the cultural Institutions
  • Glass of Prosecco at the hotel at the end of the tour

The places included in our tours are regulated by the regulations in force in relation to the COVID-19 pandemic

Book The Experience

Number of participants:


  • from 2 to 6 persons
  • Duration: 4 hours
  • Suggested departure times from Hotel Heureka: 10:00 or 14:30

Terms and conditions:


  • The experience must be booked at least 14 days in advance
  • A 30% payment is required at the time of booking.
  • The 70% balance is required 3 days before the experience.

Cancellation policies:

  • 30% refund is provided for cancellations received within 14 days of the experience date
  • for cancellations received between 13 days and 4 days prior to the experience date, 30% will be applied as a penalty
  • for cancellations received 3 days before arrival and beyond, 100% of the amount will be applied as a penalty

Available on:  TUE – WED – THU – FRI – SAT – SUN

Plan your experience with us

Feel free to contact us for anything you may need. Use the contact form below or email: post@hotel-heureka.com , Telephone: +39 041 52 46 460

credits Simone Padovani / Behind Venice