Venice's biggest selling point is its Grand Canal. Summer afternoons are spent sipping gelato and dangling their feet over the edge of the water as the light reflects off the water.
Lazzaretto Nuovo is a great spot for escaping tourist crowds. This island's main building was a monastery during the middle ages
As the Venice Film Festival rolls into town every September, the Hotel Riviera on Lido Island becomes the go-to spot for star-spotting.
On Burano Island, every rainbow colour is painted on a home. Visit local restaurants, such as Trattoria Al Gatto Nero, after strolling past Santa Caterina's 13th-century church
San Marco Square is 15 minutes on foot from quiet Castello. You'll find calm canals, independent businesses, and food markets here. Castello is a great place to save money if you're on a budget.
Hotels in Venice, some grand, others dingy, rarely stray from their staid designs. Even though it occupies a century-old palazzo, Hotel Huereka offers a refreshing experience
Venice's Rialto Bridge, made of gleaming Istrian stone, is a must-see for anyone visiting the Grand Canal. It's interesting where the bridge leads.
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