When your feet and legs tire from the pounding take a water trip around the lagoons. Very interesting and you can lose yourself in it. Loved the water trips!!!
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We were here for the fireworks display at 11:30 in the evening for the fireworks display for Redentore on the 15th of July. It was HUGE and the Grand Finale was about the best I have ever seen. I wish I could include my video...More
Murano off course is well known for it's glass and well worth a visit. Burano is also lovely, has a little harbour and restaurants serving local delicacy. If you have the time go and explore Aquileia and Grado, they are 1 hour away but well...More
I enjoyed several hours taking the vaporetto to Lido, getting off and walking around the area which seems another world once again with buses and bikes. Had a snack and then boarded the 5.1 to take us back to ferrovia where we had originaly started....More
After walking over countless bridges, along many fondamenti, seeing the homes and buildings the abut the ever-present canals and rivers, the open waters of the Lagoon are refreshing and freeing. You'll see so much of the commerce of Venice motoring by on the Lagoon, as...More
Venice "welcomes"(?) 24 million tourists per year. Its 55,000 residents live off these tourists, they don't have to bother to take in each other's washing. Yes, there is wonderful art and architecture in Venice, but these are outweighed by: 1. Long, dark, narrow alleys which...More
Like nowhere else on the planet, the history, architecture, the art. The vaporetto or water bus is an excellent way to see everything on the canals.
The lagoon can be fully appreciated when you get out of venice and observe the other empty and populated islands which enables you to appreciate the wonder of vencie and how it was built. Our plane flew over the lagoon when we left and this...More
A really fine day out, we travelled to Murano (famous for its glass factories and glass-blowing) and Burano (famous for lace making and the beautiful multi coloured houses) and of course much much sailing on Laguna di Venezia.
From the campus of Management and Economics of the Ca' Foscari University in San Giobbe, (Cannaregio) you will have one of the nicest views of the Lagoon. From there you can enjoy a 20 minutes walk along the Fondamenta de Cannaregio and the Tre Archi...More