The real spirit of Italy can be captured best through its small towns . Here you can see how people still have a grasp to their traditional roots. Veneto is a small town near Venice . So many tourists miss it, but they don't know what a Gem they are loosing. So whenever in an Italian small town never miss visiting a wine factory , a walk by the vineyards or better in them and ofcourse a meal with some locals.
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Crossing the bridge we reached to the beautiful small island of Burano. Burano is a lovely island which has very colourful facades in all the houses. It was like a completely different world there. Small cananls with smooth water and boats on it gave it a picturesque look. The beauty of that place is really difficult to capture in photos. Such was the ambiance of Murano.
Piazza dell Erbe
5. Buy a fruit cup from the permanent market stalls in piazza delle Erbe and feel virtuous for taking a pizza/gelato break. Or, if you need something more substantial, visit the food floor of department store Excelsior just around the corner on Via Mazzini. Though somehow, despite all the choices on offer, my parents and I managed to all order hamburgers when I visited with them. oops.
Lido di Venezia
The Lido, or Venice Lido:is an 11-kilometre long sandbar in Venice, northern Italy; it is home to about 20,000 residents. The Venice Film Festival takes place at the Lido every September, beach and Honeymoon spot with best hotels and good scenic views.Canal is best view to see beauty of venice. The Grand Canal is one of the most widely traveled waterways in Europe as well as the most popular Venice, Italy attractions.
Known as the Doge's Palace, this building is built in Venetian Gothic style. This beautiful pink and white marble building was once a palace for the supreme authority of the former Republic of Venice, but is now open to public as a museum. The richly decorated chambers of the Palace provide perfect introduction to the great artists of Venice from the middle age.