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You can’t miss seeing St Mark’s Square, but it’s a good idea to try to miss the worst of the crowds. Many people arrive on day trips from mid-morning until mid to late afternoon, so avoiding peak times means you are not suffocated and swept...More
My wife and I were on a vaporetto heading towards the Rialto Bridge from the station and we saw a number of people on a roof top. On investigating we found that they were on top of a retail store called (I think) T Fondaco...More
We spent two wonderful afternoons in the area, first of all we strolled round the busy tourist areas. Then best of all we just got lost in the back streets and canals, where we hardly saw a soul, and were able to appreciate the true...More
Very charming, narrow streets and old, magnificent architecture that bring you back in time. Although most of the buildings are not in their best condition and need a restoration, the atmosphere is really nice and romantic.
It takes patience and a good pair of sneakers to walk through the historic center of Venice. There are too many tourists going at the same spots. Beautiful bridges, nice buildings, charming streets. Not the same vibe at night but it feels more relaxed when...More