Practical things for visiting Venice

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Water and Venice

Slow Venice on a Boat with Classic Boats Venice

Tuesday, September 1, 2020

Classic Boats Venice: enjoy the lagoon     Taking a trip on the Venetian lagoon by boat is one of the most fun and exciting experiences you can have when visiting Venice. Exploring a city so linked to water on a boat and with local people is probably the best way to discover this unique environment in Italy. I ...

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torrefazione cannaregio

Coffee Time in Venice: Torrefazione Cannaregio

Monday, July 13, 2020

Torrefazione Cannaregio: a dream for those who love coffee Often, walking through Venice, I emerge from the Ghetto in Fondamenta degli Ormesini when, suddenly, the scent of coffee envelops me, sweet and velvety, like a cloud full of chocolate, tobacco, fresh hazelnuts and fruit. And the nose takes me straight to Torrefazione Cannaregio, a historic Venetian shop, ...

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Birraria La Corte: not just great pizza in Venice

Saturday, June 27, 2020

Thinking of visiting Venice and immerse yourself in Venetian cuisine? Did you know it is one of the most varied in the world, thanks to the numerous influences that have enriched it over the centuries? It is difficult, however, to choose the right place where to eat in Venice, given the large number of restaurants in the ...

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Palazzo Cini, a gem hidden in the glitter of Venice

Sunday, June 21, 2020

Palazzo Cini, in the district of San Vio in Dorsoduro   If during these years I have not given you enough reason to come and stay in Venice for more than 48 hours, here is another one for you to add to your bucket list! A visit to the incredible Palazzo Cini, in the district of San Vio ...

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Meeting a Bead maker in Venice

Tuesday, June 16, 2020

Meeting a “Perlera” Bead maker in Venice     Bead maker in Venice: in Venice, artisan craftsmanship has always been a central axis of its trading markets; so much so that the toponomy of some alleys (calle) and squares (campo) derives from ancient crafts - just think of Calle dei Botèri, Saonéri, Tentor, Dei Fabri and how many confraternities ...

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Arts & Crafts in Venice: Paperoowl, paper jewellery

Monday, June 15, 2020

Arts & Crafts in Venice     Arts & Crafts in Venice: at the beginning of the quarantine I found myself with lot of time in my hand and feeling quite a bit restless. I am not one for cleaning my house top to bottom, I did not want end up binge watching on Netflix and Prime, so ...

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