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Written by Jessica, USA, September 2012
There are several boat races in the Venetian lagoon from May through
September, and the last one of the season is the Burano Regatta – the
Regata di Burano in Italian. It is, as the name suggests, ...
Written by Jessica, USA, December 2012
Spending New Year’s Eve in Venice involves a mix of traditions you’ll find throughout most of Italy as well as some special Venetian touches. After all, this unique city can’t just celebrate ...
Written by Philippa Burne, UK, December 2011
My interest in in Venice, a beautiful opera house and a famous theater in Europe, began with a book: The City of Falling Angels by John Berendt. In his particular ‘creative non-fiction’ style he ...
Written by Philippa Burne, UK, May 2012
The only wheeled traffic in Venice
are the trolleys used to take things from barge to shop. And prams.
There are no cars and very few bicycles, because of all the steps. It
seems obvious to say ...
Written by ROD C, Australia, August 2011
Not everyone can afford the traditional 40-minute Gondola Ride that is so emblematic of Venice. Maybe you've splurged on a grand hotel, some gourmet meals, or your budget just doesn't run to that ...
Written by Philippa Burne, UK, January 2012
In Venice, life is celebrated on the water. It’s not surprising then that in Venice, the feast day of Epiphany is all about. January 6th is Epiphany, the day in the annual calendar that marks the ...
Written by Viator, August 2010
In the world of art, the Venice Biennale has, for over a century now, ranked as one of the most important events in the world. If you are an ambitious contemporary artist, the Venice Biennale is a ...
Written by Jessica, USA, August 2012
may seem like a sleepy city steeped in history, but the art scene is
alive, kicking and contemporary. This is showcased every other year
during both the Venice Biennale, a big ...
Written by Jessica, USA, January 2013
Venice ‘s car-less
existence and dark waterways already give it a mysterious quality – but
throw in a fleet of boats rowed by witches and you’ve got the makings of
something bizarre and ...
Written by World Traveler, USA, October 2010
Forget the vaporettos, and just start walking. Venice is connected by pedestrian bridges going over the canals that bring you through more quaint passage ways then you would see by using the public ...
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Doing what: Murano, Burano and Torcello Half-Day Sightseeing Tour