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If Venice is jam-packed then a trip to the Lido is well worth considering. It's busy, but there is more room to breathe - and cycle too. We did - hiring bikes from Lidoonbikes - down to Alberoni and an overpriced "free" beach. At least...More
Cannot recommend this place highly enough. Will definitely be returning. Chalet was of an excellent standard and very very clean, in fact the entire site was exceptionally clean. The restaurants and shops were also excellent and not overly expensive. Staff were all very friendly and...More
Visitors of Venice usually concentrate on the most common monuments and find themselves submerged by the crowd. In order to better enjoy the Venetian atmosphere, after a quick "celebration" of the traditional sites, I would target the laguna islands, that are real gems, each a...More
If you have a day or multi-day vaporetto pass I suggest you hop on the #3 at Ferrovia or #7 at Zaccaria and ride around the lagoon. It's very interesting to see the variety of specialized craft going about their business and on the #7...More
the lagoon is the stretch of water which opens up from the grand canal, use the waterbus or private water taxi (expensive option) to explore and venture further afield past the main tourist areas, head for LIDO and on arrival walk up the main street...More
The manager of the ship's onshore tour section gave a commentary via loudspeaker as we approached Venice. It was interesting to hear snippets of history about the Lagoon, the establishment of the City of Venice, the methods used to stabilise the ground, etc. His talk...More
I'd prioritize them and do the one I am most interested first and then just see how it goes. My philosophy, even thought you didn't ask is that my vacation means not adhering to a schedule. Having a list of options and just... More
I'd prioritize them and do the one I am most interested first and then just see how it goes. My philosophy, even thought you didn't ask is that my vacation means not adhering to a schedule. Having a list of options and just seeing how it goes is more fun than trying to fit too many things in having to rush rush.