Venice is one of the most unique cities in the world. Its network of waterways makes it a bit confusing to navigate and tourists can make it very crowded at times but a must visit all the same
Cities near Venice
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Piccola e caratteristica isoletta che regala delle opere d'arte in vetro uniche!
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Heaven for familys, specialy for children!
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This is where you arrive for Venice, whether you come by car, bus or train. Mestre is Venice's mailland anchor. (with a corresponding LACK of charm) Here yo get on the vaporetto that takes you down the Grand Canal to Venice proper. Although the postoffice/telephone office is now a bit out-of-date, it is still a place where people meet. If ...
- 5Italy8 reviews
Burano is a small island of Venice lagoon. It is famous for eally colorful houses and for laces. It was once inhabited by fishermen, now, one of the main business, is tourism. You could reach it by boat from Venice. It is a very romantic and unique place.
- 6Italy8 reviews
Water characterizes Treviso as it is intersected by the Sile River, which penetrates the intricate medieval urban web with its canals. Enclosed by the sixteenth-century town walls, the picturesque porticoed houses (from 1400-1500) almost fully preserve the late Gothic and Renaissance outer frescoes (250 painted façades, unique in Italy). But Treviso is also the capital of a wealthy province, which ...
- 7Italy3 reviews
LePsIe dO pLaVaT :)
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Kayaks with 1 or 2 seats can be rented to enjoy an excursion in the Nature Park of the Sile River, whose springs are just 1 mile away from Ca’ Marcello, to reach the heart of the medieval town of Treviso. Advanced paddlers can also enjoy white water routes along the Brenta and Adige rivers.
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Hotel Angi located in Fossò, near Venice
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Quarto d'Altino is a Village on the mainland outside of Venice and probably a bedroom community for those who work around the Lagoon. The name "Quarto D'Altino" is composed by the prefix "Quarto" because the town was a quarter of a mile from the Roman city Altinum. Gayle and I stayed here at the Crowne Plaza after arriving at nearby ...
- 19Italy2 reviews
Was a nice quiet place on the coast! The city was nice and clean with very friendly people. A very nice, huge beach is right at your doorstep!