Welcome to this weeks edition of the Sunday Spotlight – Things to do in Venice, Italy
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Top tips for travel to Venice, Italy
Venice is certainly full of tourist traps that can turn into expensive lessons, but Johnny Jet says knowing how to avoid them will save you from leaving Serenissima with a sour taste.
Venice is so beautiful it’d be easy to spend an entire visit wandering the side streets of Canareggio or Dorsduro, or drawn into the Accademia and the Guggenheim Collection. While these sites are certainly worth exploring, they can distract you from discovering other treasures. Here are five off-the-beaten-path museums in Venice.
Top 10 Travel Tips for Visiting Venice, Italy
What is there to say about this storied city that hasn’t been said by some of the world’s best poets thousands of times over? Katie Lara asked her sister to share her top travel tips and advice about what to do in Venice, Italy.
6 Tips to Know Before You Go to Venice
Enchanting, fascinating, and (frankly) drop-dead gorgeous. No matter how much you’ve read up on the city, some things about it can, well, be surprising! Here are the top six things Walks of Italy wish they ‘d known about Venice.
Most tourists only visit three or four sights in Venice, making the streets that join St. Mark’s Square with Rialto and the Accademia Bridge a nightmare packed with people. Stefania grew up near Venice and her favorite part, and one that is always a winner when her friends come to visit is Madonna dell’Orto, in the sestiere (neighborhood) of Cannaregio.
How to visit Venice On A Budget
If you’re not careful you could end up blowing half your budget on one meal — albeit, probably a very good one — but Venice certainly doesn’t have to be a bank breaker.
If you want to wine, dine and gondola, be prepared to bring the big bucks.
However, Venice is a city too beautiful and unique to miss even if you’re on a budget Euro trip. While it’s extremely difficult to travel cheaply, it is possible to travel cheaper than you’d expect, and still have a wonderful time.
Venice is easy to fall in love with, but even the Venetians struggle with their city’s price tag. Plan ahead and prioritize your sightseeing in Venice and it will forever be a highlight of your European travels.
Venice owes much of its tourist afflux to its reputation of being one of the most romantic cities in the world. But the magic of a romantic getaway quickly vanishes when you see the prices. Be sure to check out these 3 essential tips to save some money in Venice.
Things to do in Venice With Kids
Though most think of Venice as a locale for romantic escapes, the Italian city can also be child-friendly — you just have to know which activities to look for. Here are five of Forbes Travel Guide’s favorite things to do with children in Venice.
In Venice, the thing that you want to see? Is Venice. Yes, there are museums, and yes there are ruins, but if that’s what you’re looking for, pick another city. You can go island hopping, you can walk 30 minutes to visit a church, but the alley around the corner might be just as cool, or cooler.
Venice with kids is perhaps not the same kind of magical as it might be with your one true love, but it is magic nonetheless. Here are 5 things you can do with your kids to make it unforgettable for them
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Places to eat in Venice
Tripadvisor put together a list of the top Venice restaurants for the budget conscious traveler looking to experience the wonderful food on offer.
Between rampant street thievery and skyrocketing menu prices, Venice can be quite the expensive proposition. Here are five places worth a shot — alongside some hard-earned advice on avoiding Venetian pitfalls
Venice has an appalling reputation for food, largely because the vast majority of restaurants churn out crowd-pleasing tourist fodder washed down with chianti from ghastly straw-clad bottles. But if you avoid the tourist traps and seek out the authentic back-street osterie and bacari (taverns and wine bars) the food is actually rather good.
Many people who have visited Venice complain that the food is expensive and dull. It is not, if you follow a few rules. Basically, all restaurants with touts inviting you in are to be avoided, especially near St. Mark’s Square and Strada Nuova. Local Stefania shares her top 5 favourite places to eat good traditional food in Venice.
Plan Your Trip to Venice, Italy
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