Venice 3 Day Itinerary

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The perfect Venice 3 day itinerary for your next trip to Italy. We fell in love with Venice. And I hope you do, too. With three days in the city, we were able to cover a lot of ground. We actually only had two and a half days in Venice. Flying overnight from Toronto, we reached Venice midday. So, we … Read More

Why You Should Stay in Dorsoduro Venice

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Wondering where to stay? Have you heard of Dorsoduro Venice? With so many choices of hotels, apartments, and Airbnb accommodations, it’s difficult to pick the best place to stay. We’re helping you narrow down your choices to one neighborhood in particular: Dorsoduro Venice. Dorsoduro is one of six sestieri, or boroughs. This region is just south of the main tourist … Read More

Vegan Guide to Venice Italy

Vegan guide to Venice, Italy – where to find vegan and vegetarian meals. There aren’t any fully vegan or vegetarian restaurants in Venice. That doesn’t mean that you can’t enjoy a tasty plant-based meal. At nearly every restaurant in town, you’re able to make it work. You might end up eating a lot of pasta and pizza, but you’re in … Read More

Doge’s Palace Secret Itineraries Tour Venice

Discover the secret world inside the Doge’s Palace. Learn about this fascinating history. If you’re visiting Venice, you’ll certainly want to spend some time in one of the most popular areas. While I do enjoy wandering to the lesser known spots, sometimes you have to see the famous tourist traps. There’s a reason why they are so beloved, and usually … Read More

Venice Transportation Guide

Figuring out Venice’s transportation system can be confusing. At least I was confused when I first started doing research for our trip. To save you the hassle, I’ve put together a concise and helpful Venice transportation guide. After all, you’ve got plenty of things to plan for your upcoming holiday to Italy, so this is one less thing to worry … Read More

Getting Lost: Exploring Venice on Foot

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Even though its surrounded by water, it’s best exploring Venice on foot. Winding streets. Narrow alleyways. Archaic bridges over canals. It’s easy to get lost in Venice, and I encourage you to get lost when you visit. You should spend at least an afternoon, if not a day, exploring Venice on foot without any plans or maps. Don’t worry, you’ll … Read More

Libreria Acqua Alta Bookstore in Venice

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It was the first time that a bookstore had made my bucket list. Don’t get me wrong; I love visiting bookstores. There were several interesting bookstores that I stumbled upon in Italy and of course, I had to take a peek inside to check them out. Ever since I saw a few images of this particular bookshop pop up in … Read More

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