Even armed with a map or your phone’s trusty sat nav you will still lose yourself in the maze of canals and countless bridges. Don’t fight it, embrace it!
A trip to Venice is not complete without visiting the Islands of Venice. In particular, the famous glass and lace-making islands of Murano and Burano.
It is a wonder the bike-friendly, car-free streets, within this beautiful walled city are not awash with tourists.
There is so much more to do in Verona than just the tourist pilgrimage to Juliet’s balcony. The city has a romantic outlook independent of the fictional tragedy.
At only 45 km’s or half-hour by train from Venice, it is surprising Padua is often overlooked by many visitors to Venice.