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Venice and most of the buildings there are about 400 years old. Many buildings have been re-purposed but still look amazing. It is like a living museum everywhere on the island. You need a map but not a guide unless you are short on time....More
We visited Venice in early October 2018. It was a beautiful, sunny day with perfect weather. Amazing that just shortly after that they experienced flooding and an extreme amount of rain. Wandering around Venice through the alleys and experiencing the beautiful canals and wonders around...More
First - do not visit Venice in the middle of summer! 1. It's to crowded 2. The canals tend to stink. That said go at (relatively) low season we visited in October and it was good. Not too crowded, and still some heat in the...More
Forever decaying under the weight of age, water, gondoliers' feet and the planning and building regulations Venice is one of a kind. Get lost in its myriad alleyways - you can't go too far before a canal will stop you or give you a glimpse...More
You can’t miss seeing St Mark’s Square, but it’s a good idea to try to miss the worst of the crowds. Many people arrive on day trips from mid-morning until mid to late afternoon, so avoiding peak times means you are not suffocated and swept...More