Venice travel guide!
Venice is famous for its canals, gondoliers and gelato, and is still one of the world’s most romantic destinations. From exploring the famous streets to hitting the beach: find out with this Venice travel guide how to visit, stay & eat well in five steps during the Venice Film Festival!
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Museo della Musica
This one will introduce you to the musical heritage of the Venice travel guide, especially part of this incredible museum is dedicated to the journey of the composer, Antonio Vivaldi, author of The Four Seasons.
St Mary of the Friars Church
Located near the Scuola Grande di San Rocco, is a beautiful example of Gothic architecture. Its beautiful façade will leave you in awe, and where you will find numerous art treasures inside, including masterpieces by Titian, Donatello and Bellini.
Ai Mercanti Restaurant
This one is well hidden in the area of Campo San Luca and Campo Manin. You will be surprised at the creative combination of the ingredients and the elaborate fusion menu with a great wine selection. Try ASAP the sea bass tartare or rabbit terrine.
Visit another island
Probably, it is easy to forget that Venice has several neighbouring islands, many of which are similar to the main island. Murano Island is worth to visit, if you are interested in glassware and, for beach-based relaxation, the Lido is the place to go.
If you want to taste an authentic Italian ice cream, Suso is the best choice in Venice. All them are made with natural ingredients and without using any artificial colourings. Ask for a chocolate praline with Nutella on top!
Experience this beloved city in-depth with our Venice travel guide. This is not a simple travel guide to historic sites of Venice, but it will help you getting exactly the things you need, finding items you will love and having a good time during your stay in Venice Italy.
Welcome to Venezia!