Venice, so known for it’s stunning architecture and mysterious passageways and not to forget; canals. Count it in one of the most alluring cities of the world. A place where you as a visitor would get lost. You can relax at the Piazza San Marco and get a moonlit gondola or taste the original Bellini at Harry’s Bar. You can even just wander. There is so much to see and you will find adventure, history romance and beauty.


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Best food places/joints in Venice

Al Bottegon

With the perfect location on the San Trovaso canal in chic Dorsoduro neighbourhood, this is a legendary bàcaro (an osteria in the local dialect), beloved by academics from the nearby university and a colourful crowd of expats. It is a packed, stand-up bar, there are no tables, but there is an excellent selection of regional wines, though everyone comes for the cicheti kept behind the glass-topped bar.

Le Spighe

Near the lush garden walkway that leads into the Biennale of Art, the Spighe is an oasis of healthy eating, offering organic, vegetarian and vegan fare

Birraria Le Corte

Pizza is something Venetians do well so there are tons of pizza places that serve good pizza. But, if  the best is what you need, then Birraria Le Corte is where you head!

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