Venice: Photo Essay

What is the best way to explore Venice? Just take your time and get lost. As much and as long as you can, because for us 5 days were not enough. During this stay we visited nothing, no museums, no churches, nothing. The only thing we were doing was just walking. Slowly and in random direction. And that was one of our best travels ever. Ever.

italy venice boat
italy venice street
italy venice street
italy venice street
italy venice boat
italy venice boat
italy venice sunset
italy venice lido
italy venice gondoliers
italy venice boats
italy venice street
italy venice bridge
italy venice boats

Burano

italy venice burano
italy venice burano
italy venice burano
italy venice burano

Torcello

italy venice torcello

In Venice you don’t need to take a gondola ride to feel romance, it’s simply in the air, isn’t it?

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2017-05-13T13:16:29+00:00 November 16th, 2015|

2 Comments

  1. Lies Sunday January 17th, 2016 at 07:18 PM

    I totally agree with just walking and getting lost. I visited Venice last summer for the fourth time. We did visit museums and went on a gondola ride, but for the first time, we just walked around and explored without a map and it was the most fun I’ve had in a city.
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    • independentpeople Sunday January 17th, 2016 at 10:32 PM

      Lies, Absolutely! We postponed as well all the “must-things” for the second (if not the third) time. We should have also mentioned the tip #2: get up at 4 a.m. before the tourists flood, but it sounds still a bit extreme…

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