Venice, through the eyes of an Indian backpacker (1st day)
A complete guide to Venice which costs you not even 60k
Venice and its two jewels: Murano and Burano
Solo in the romantic island of Venice
The Festa del Redentore in Venice
The Floating Paradise - Venice & other Italian Delights
Maiden Euro Trip - Barcelona - Paris - Venice - Rome
Italy In Ten: Venice, Florence, Cinque Terre, Sienna, San Gimignano and Pisa
Reality Vs Expectation : How I cover Venice in one day
Venice or Venezia - City of Canals, Romance and Pizza
How to explore Venice on foot.
Venice: Too good to be believed
Venice: The Bride Of The Sea
Venice, in a day and a half.
Last Stop, Venice!
How I Spent My 24 Hours in Venice
Indian Couple's Guide To A Perfect Honeymoon In Venice
Culinary trail through Rome and Venice
Insider tips for a hassle-free visit to Venice
Prague-Paris-Venice: How I Went On A Dream Euro Trip Without Having A Rupee In My Pocket
Venice: city of romance has everything to offer
The Italian Connection: Venice-Murano-Burano
Europe Diaries : The musical lanes of Venice
Eurotrip Part 5: Venice
Venice- a city unlike other
Venice a place where I found myself..
A journey from the land of Pizza , Ferrari Gladiators and beyond.....Italy for 15 Days!!
Italian Diary Part - 2 "Venice – The land of Bridges and Gondolas"
Venice, through the eyes of an Indian backpacker (Evening and 2nd Day)
Why This Town Is The Best Alternative To Venice
Peak Season: Hostels and Rooms from €50 per night; Hotels from €120 per night Off-peak season: Hostels and Rooms from €25 per night; Hotels from €60 per night Best time to visit: April to October; July and August are warmest, September can be rainy For a posh and luxurious vacation, head to neighbouring Portoroz and stay in Hotel Kempinski Palace, Remisens Premium Hotel Metropol, Grand Hotel Bernardin Peak Season: Hotels from €200 Off-peak season: Hotels from €110 Hotels by the Sea Have you been to Piran or anywhere in Slovenia?...
Tips on planning a trip to Venice
By Venice, I mean the six districts of the cit: San Marco (tourist hot-spot, very pricey), Cannaregio (residential area), Castello (in between San Marco and the public gardens), Dorsoduro (student and art hub), San Polo (includes Rialto markets) and Santa Croce (near bus terminus).Well, accommodation in Venice is exorbitantly priced....