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4 Things Every Tourist Must Do In Venice

Venice is one of the charmest destination. Through photos and texts you will discover the treasures of civic and private museums, current exhibitions, the history and architecture of the churches and the paintings preserved inside. Beside information on events, restaurants, hotels, apartments in Venice. Finally, night bars and clubs and concerts in the cities of Venice and Mestre.

2th June: reopned of Guggenheim Foundation --------- 11th July: Palazzo Grassi and Punta della Dogana: reopening with 3 new exhibitions ---------
4 Things Every Tourist Must Do In Venice4 Things Every Tourist Must Do In Venice - Venice city and lagoon

Italy is a beautiful country, and it's definitely on the top of many people's bucket lists. But especially, the city of Venice.
You will be able to see the beautiful art and rich history while dining on the delicious Italian cuisine. Many people visit the city for the food and canals alone.
Even though Venice isn't a big city, there is plenty to do, and you can easily spend your entire visit there without seeing or doing many of the good things. That's why you should plan ahead and write down everything you want to do and see. You won't waste any of your time or have any regrets this way.
So, let's go through the top things you should do in Venice.

The Gondolas

When you are in Venice, it's impossible not to notice the canals. The entire city is basically on top of the water. While it may seem cheesy or too touristy for you, it's impossible for anyone not to take a gondola ride on their first time in Venice. Being on a gondola ride also allows you to see a lot of the city. If you have watched any movies that show people on a gondola in Venice, you pretty much know what it looks like. So, you can also plan a romantic evening if you are traveling with a partner.

Head Over To Local Food Spots

Whenever you visit another country, you might see that there are many food joints full of tourists. These are mostly near landmarks and tourist destinations. They say that their food is authentic and have you believing the prices are good, but that's all false. To get the true Italian experience, you need to visit the local spots. You might be able to find many great places by doing a little research on where the locals like to go mostly. If there is an age issue, get a fake id texas new before going on your trip and have fun.

Piazza San Marco

Even though you shouldn't be eating at the popular spots, St. Mark's Square is a place you simply need to see when you are in Venice. Considered to be the heart of Venice, Piazza San Marco is lined with many historical places that you need to see. The St. Mark's Campanile, St. Mark's Basilica, and the Doge's Palace are some of the places you will see in the square. Since it's sure to be packed with tourists during most of the day, you should try to get to the Piazza as early or late as possible. Then, you can truly capture the beauty of it and take your pictures without constant photobombs.

Murano and Burano

While not exactly in Venice, the islands of Murano and Burano are a very short boat ride away from the city. Burano is an incredibly beautiful place. When you get close to the Burano, you will see colorful houses of various shades. Making it a photographer's dream location. But that's not all, you will find plenty to see and do on the lovely island. Also, you shouldn't head back to the city without trying some of the famous local seafood cuisines. If you want to take home some of the best souvenirs or gifts, then you must visit the beautiful island of Murano. In the late 1200s, the local glassmakers were forced to move to the island to avoid fires. Now, the island is known for the glass. If you are thinking about regular types of glass, you couldn't be more wrong. Let's just say you won't regret heading out to Murano.


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