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 A complete guide to Venice which costs you not even 60k

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Solo in the romantic island of Venice 

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Venice, through the eyes of an Indian backpacker (1st day)

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Europe Diaries : The musical lanes of Venice

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Eurotrip Part 5: Venice

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Venice and its two jewels: Murano and Burano

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About Venice

Venice (1.5 days)After a wonderful time in the mountains, we headed to the islands of Venice! There are a lot of bridges in Venice. I mean, I knew that before coming, but it didn't hit me till we had to cross so many of them as we explored Venice.Venice is prone to floods, especially in December, so we hoped and prayed that there wouldn't be any acqua alta (high water) when we were there. Thankfully there wasn't - it didn't even rain! It was just cloudy.By the time we arrived in Venice after a 2h 39m train ride from Bolzano, it was dark, and honestly the little alleys were a little creepy to me. They weren't very well lit outside the touristy area and I can imagine how in the old days, sneaky merchants would dart in and out of the shadows...closing shady deals...

Best Time To Visit Venice

Best time to visit Venice is from March to June

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