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Your Summer Menu

SUMMER SUN Visiting Venice in Summer may have received a bad rap other the last few years. And whilst it…

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Fish of the Venetian Lagoon

RIALTO MARKET Whilst visiting the bustling Rialto Fish Market, you may well be forgiven for being slightly overwhelmed. Apart from…

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The Days and Ways of Lido

I have to admit to being shamefully disinterested in this part of the world before quite recently. Assuming ignorantly, that it…

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How to Spend Easter in Venice

It has taken some time for me to become accustomed to the many, wonderful and intense celebrations that decorate the…

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A Winter Evening in Venice

When Winter envelops Venice it is not only the change in temperature, light, and food that you will notice; there…

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Drogeheria Mascari

Ruga dei Spezieri (Street of the Spice Merchants). Walking through the streets of Venice the names give you an unmistakable…

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Acqua Alta

In the previous post, I did advocate visiting Venice in November and definitely have not changed my opinion but I…

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Venice in November

After talking with a few friends recently, it would seem that not everyone shares my thoughts on November in Venice,…

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Arts & Music

Venetian Fashion

(photos courtesy of PiedeTerra) The Venetian Fashion has always been something apart from Italian fashion in general. Once again Venice,…

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Moeche

When the first whisperings begin to circulate that Moeche are in the market, all prior plans go out the window.…

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The bells of Venice

In Venice, time is different. You will notice that people talk about distances in terms of minutes and make plans…

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Cannaregio

Cannaregio is an area that is difficult to define in just a few sentences as there are so many different…

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San Marco

The Sestiere of San Marco is the oldest, most famous, and unfortunately most touristy. For all these reasons it is the…

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Festa del Redentore 2017

Venice is known as the floating city but this festival brings a whole new meaning to the word. On the…

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The Rowing boats of Venice

The traditional feet of Venetians are those silent wooden vessels that cross the canals and are guided by oar. This is a small introduction to the most common Venetian rowing boats and how to recognise them.

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Castello

Venture on foot into the farthest corner of Venice. A wonderful compilation of contrasts, tiny calles and green spaces, grand masters and modern art, Venetian kitchens and world famous restaurants

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The stories in the stones

The stones of Venice may have been warped by rain, wind and endless feet but they hold the secrets of Venice. Terazzo alla Veneziana to blood red stones

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The Bacari of Venice

It is about time that we threw our two cents into the pool (more like sea) of advice about the…