Top 10 Lake Maggiore Verbania what to do?

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Lake Maggiore Verbania what to do? Verbania is a beautiful city on the Lake Maggiore. There are really a lot things to do and visit here. If you have only few days there are 5 things you can easily visit and they are:

  1. Pallanza Lakefront and Villa Giulia
  2. Isola Madre or Mother Island
  3. Villa Taranto’s Gardens
  4. Suna beach
  5. The center of Intra

For a better visit of Verbania and the nearby there are 10 things you should visit:

  1. Pallanza Lakefront and Villa Giulia
  2. Isola Madre or Mother Island
  3. Villa Taranto’s Gardens
  4. Suna beach
  5. The center of Intra
  6. The Fisherman Island and the beautiful Island
  7. Laveno and the Sasso del Ferro
  8. Stresa
  9. Hermitage of Santa Caterina
  10. Mottarone
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1. Pallanza Lakefront

Walking along the lakefront of Pallanza is really pleasant. You can enjoy a wonderful panorama and get up to Suna.

Verbania Pallanza Photo Gallery

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In the following series of videos, I take you on a virtual walk along the Verbania lakefront From Pallanza to Suna.

Video 1 Verbania Pallanza

Hello everyone! We are in Pallanza Verbania on Lake Maggiore. In front of us, we see Villa Giulia. Villa Giulia was built in 1847 by Bernardino Branca, the inventor of Fernet. It was his son who dedicated the villa to his wife Giulia. This is why it is called Villa Giulia.

In front of us is the Milano restaurant and behind the bell tower of the church of San Leonardo. The statue placed on the column of the port acts as a hydrometer and shows the levels of the historic floods of Lake Maggiore.

Here is the stump of the great centuries-old tree to which many Pallanzesi was particularly fond of, felled by the storm that occurred precisely on the date shown on the plate. The small island that is only a few tens of meters from the shore of Pallanza is the Isolino di San Giovanni. The islet of San Giovanni is not as famous as the other Borromean Islands but it always has its charm.

The history of the Isolino di San Giovanni is linked to the famous conductor Arturo Toscanini, who chose it as a place to stay in peace, in the company only of a close circle of friends. We continue our walk admiring the beautiful flowering trees and the romantic panorama of Lake Maggiore.

In Pallanza Lago Maggiore there is still a lot to see… our walk continues in the next video!

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  • 00:00 Initials
  • 00:10 Villa Giulia Pallanza
  • 01:11 Milano Pallanza restaurant
  • 01:27 Walk to the marina
  • 02:19 Statue placed on the port column
  • 03:24 View of the bars and hotels on the lakefront of Pallanza
  • 04:08 Walk on the pier
  • 04:46 Island of San Giovanni Verbania
  • 05:50 Monument dedicated to General Cadorna
  • 07:00 Covered avenue
  • 07:31 View of the Isola Madre Lake Maggiore
  • 07:44 Stump of the great old tree
  • 08:20 Walk towards flowering trees
  • 09:29 Swan, Isolino San Giovanni and Cadorna monument
  • 09:38 More videos

Villa Giulia Pallanza

The name of Villa Giulia was given by the old owner Giuseppe Branca (the producer of the famous Amaro Fernet Branca) in honor of his wife Giulia in 1880. After several changes of ownership, the Villa Giulia is now owned by the Municipality of Verbania which, in addition to its park is open to the public and uses it to organize exhibitions and shows.

In the park, you can walk along gravel paths surrounded by majestic trees of different types and beautiful flowers of various colors. There are also benches where you can sit and admire the splendid views of the lake.

Villa Giulia overlooks the part of the lake that forms the Borromeo Gulf where there are four islands with palaces of the Borromeo family and the whole forms an unforgettable spectacle. In the garden, there is also a bar where you can sip a drink immersed in an environment reminiscent of fairy tales.

Inside the beautiful Villa Giulia, events and shows are often organized, open to the public, which are very pleasant and interesting. Yes, Villa Giulia with its garden is certainly a pearl of Verbania Pallanza and Lake Maggiore.

Verbania Pallanza Video 2

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Hello, here we are in Verbania Pallanza on Lake Maggiore. Pallanza is a pleasant and touristic place. In the summer, residents and tourists love to enjoy the lakefront by walking or enjoying something in one of the bars and restaurants.

In moments of calm like this, however, there are those who take the opportunity to enjoy Pallanza in peace. There are those who sing carefree and example. Who reserves a private body of water.

Our walk along the lakefront of Pallanza continues in another video… Follow us!

Verbania Pallanza Video 3

Lake Maggiore What to see: Verbania Pallanza lakeside. Lake Maggiore Verbania history Pallanza.

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Hello everyone! Here we are ready to continue our walk along the lakefront of Pallanza. We have just passed the landing stage and we are enjoying this splendid stretch of Lake Maggiore in tranquility. We also stop in front of the sign that tells the story of Pallanza and that gives us some interesting information about this splendid location. Let’s read together….

Our walk continues in the next video where we will reach the swimming pool overlooking the lake and the beach.

Content Guide:

  • 00:00 Tripilar abbreviation
  • 00:10 Lungolago Pallanza Lake Maggiore
  • 00:30 History of Pallanza Lake Maggiore
  • 00:48 Music and lake
  • 01:27 Name meaning Pallanza Lake Maggiore
  • 01:51 Medieval vestiges
  • 02:17 Lungolago Pallanza images
  • 03:54 Castagnola Hill
  • 04:46 Walk through Suna
  • 07:32 In the next video
  • 07:42 More videos

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After a short break in this very special corner, we can continue our walk along the Verbania lakeside. In the previous videos from Pallanza, we have now arrived in Suna.

Just below us, we are now seeing the swimming pool beach, the lake pool, and the free beach. This beach is certainly perfect in summer when it is possible to lie down to sunbathe and swim but it has its beauty in every season. It is in fact beautiful and relaxing just to sit on the steps to admire the view … and the nice friends who come to visit you.

Continuing our journey we see some very characteristic corners of the Verbania lakeside, up to the old Suna pier, where we now find a bar that is clearly called the Imbarcadero bar. Going beyond the dock bar we enter the heart of the Suna lakefront but see in the next video!

Verbania Suna Video 5

The video is in Italian but you can enable the subtitles in your favorite language.

2. Isola Madre or Mother Island

Isola Madre, already owned by the Borromeo family from around 1500, is now worth a visit, especially for its garden. Today that of Isola Madre is a unique botanical garden for rare plant essences from all over the world.

In spring-summer, you can appreciate the beauty of the gardens of Isola Madre already from the boat. The vegetation that covers it is always something beautiful to admire.

It is important to know that access to Isola Madre is only possible with the purchase of the ticket. In fact, when you get off the boat you will immediately find the entrance gate.

This is in fact a substantial difference compared to other Borromean Islands such as Isola Bella, in which there is the palace and gardens to be visited with an entrance ticket but also a free area with stalls, bars, and restaurants.

Isola Madre Image Gallery

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Lake Maggiore Verbania what to do: visit the Mother Island

3. Gardens of Villa Taranto

The Gardens of Villa Taranto are famous all over the world for their beauty. In 2016 they were declared the most beautiful gardens in the world even beating the gardens of Versailles.

4. Suna beach

Suna Beach is a great place to relax in the spring and sunbathe in the summer.

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5. Center of Intra

Intra includes the most commercial part of Verbania. The center of Intra is full of shops and a great place to shop.

6. The Fisherman Island and the beautiful Island

7. Laveno and the Sasso del Ferro Cable car

The Laveno cable car or better known as the cable car for the shape of its cabins is a beautiful panoramic cable car that takes you comfortably to the Sasso del Ferro. The Sasso del Ferro is the mountain that lies just behind Laveno. The Sasso del Ferro enjoys a privileged position as it is a beautiful observation point of Lake Maggiore and the surrounding area.

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8. Stresa

Stresa Italy – Stresa is a gorgeous town on Lake Maggiore. It has beautiful gardens, luxury hotels and a beautiful view of the Borromean Islands.

Stresa can be a good place to relax drinking your cocktail and enjoying the lake view but in Stresa and in nearby, there is also a lot to visit. Let’s see together the Top 5 places you should visit. See also Stresa Italy Lake Maggiore Top 5 things to do

9. Hermitage of Santa Caterina

A very characteristic place of Lake Maggiore is the Hermitage of Santa Caterina. This Hermitage which seems to be set in the rock is located not far from Laveno. To visit the hermitage it is only necessary to pay the cost of the boat because the entrance is usually included in the boat ticket.

Even from Verbania Pallanza, it is possible to reach the Hermitage by boat. From Pallanza take the boat, get off at Stresa and with the same ticket purchased in Pallanza take the boat to the Hermitage. Since you have to change the boat in Stresa, this is an excellent opportunity to take a walk along the lakeside of this luxuriant location. In fact, when you arrive in Stresa from Pallanza you are not obliged to take the next boat to the Hermitage.

If you go in the afternoon, however, I advise you to carefully consider the timetables as there are fewer boats.

Taking the boat to the Eremo da Pallanza, for about 12-13 euros per person, take a beautiful panoramic tour of Lake Maggiore. Steps for Isola Madre, for Baveno, see Isola Pescatori, Isola Bella and Stresa from the lake.

10. Mottarone

Mount Mottarone is unique! From the top of Mottarone you can have an amazing view of 7 lakes:

  1. Lake Maggiore
  2. Lake Orta
  3. Lake Mergozzo
  4. Lake Varese
  5. Lake Monate
  6. Lake Camabbio
  7. Lake Biandronno

See also the following post: Mottarone Stresa Lake Maggiore

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Places you can visit when you are in Stresa:

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Stresa is a gorgeous town, but it’s what there is around that makes it more special. That’s why you should go to the top of the mountain called Mottarone, and you can get to the top of this mountain by car.

Why is Mottarone worthy of your visit

There are more reasons why you should visit Mottarone: a beautiful view, good food, a lot of fun and nature.

Mottarone Stresa: a beautiful view

Mottarone is unique! From the top of Mottarone you can have an amazing view of 7 lakes:

  1. Lake Maggiore
  2. Lake Orta
  3. Lake Mergozzo
  4. Lake Varese
  5. Lake Monate
  6. Lake Camabbio
  7. Lake Biandronno
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And then you can see the Alps all around you.

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Mottarone Stresa: good food

In this area, there are many restaurants and you can have very good Italian fresh food.

They are abundant and filling. Prevalently they have dishes of meat and main courses typically from the mountains.

Mottarone Stresa: a lot of fun

On the top of this mountain, there is Alpyland. Alpyland is a rollercoaster and you can have a lot of fun and an amazing view in the meantime. For more information read the article: Alpyland Mottarone rollercoaster

Mottarone Stresa: nature

If you’d like to walk there are many footpaths in this area. Furthermore, you may meet special residents of this mountain: donkeys.

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Sometimes you can also see the grazing cows:

Alpyland Coaster Mottarone Stresa Lake Maggiore

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Alpyland – When you are in Stresa you can relax on Lake Maggiore, visit the Borromean Islands, and much more.

However, if you want to add something special to your holiday you should go to the top of the mountain called Mottarone. Here there is a beautiful view of seven lakes and you can go to Alpyland.

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Alpyland is a Rollercoaster where you can regulate your speed, enjoy the ride and at the same time, you can see an amazing view of Lake Maggiore.

Watch the following video of our ride:

Here you can see the prices 2021 of the tickets according to the rides and riders:

You can ride alone or with someone. Each rider pays for his ride even if he goes with someone else.

This ride is much better when it’s sunny because with good weather you can have a clear view of the lake.

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Is Verona Italy worth seeing?

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Is Verona Italy worth seeing? Many people when they think to the most popular Italian cities such as Venice, Florence or Rome they don’t have any doubt. Verona is less known and someone wonder if it’s worth seeing. The answer is: Yes, it is!

Why is Verona Italy worth seeing?

There are many reasons to visit Verona. Verona is a historical city, a romantic city and it’s very enjoyable walking through the streets and squares.

From an historical point of view Verona has its amphitheater that makes this city unique and different from all the other Italian cities in the north. Furthermore, sometimes there are still concerts in the amphitheater. You can see the concert calendar at the following link: concerts Arena di Verona.html

So you can visit the Verona amphitheater as a monument or you can live the emotion to listen to a concert in the amphitheater. The audio in the amphitheater is special and of good quality and this gives more value to the artists.

Is Verona Italy worth seeing

Then you can be amazed when you observe the city from above. From Torre Lamberti infact you can have a beautiful view of the city. It’s easy to reach the top of the tower because if you don’t want to climb all the steps you can use the elevator.

Or you can go to Castel San Pietro square that is on the top of a hill and give a look to the entire city from this beautiful panoramic point. You can see the picture below.

Is Verona Italy worth seeing

What is the city of Verona known for?

Verona is an historical city and is the city of love but what makes it legendary is that Romeo and Juliet’s story is set in Verona. Do you want to pretend to be Romeo and Juliet? You can go on Juliet’s balcony and say:

Oh, Romeo, Romeo, why do you have to be Romeo?

ROMEO AND JULIET by: William Shakespeare

It may be so romantic! For sure something to tell about when you’ll be back home.

To know more read also the following article: What to see in Verona in one day.

3 Best Day Trips From Milan: plan your days!

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Best Day Trips From Milan – Milan is a very famous city and it’s the business center of Italy. It’s worthy of a visit. Anyway there are many other places close to Milan you can visit. In this post I’ll give you 3 ideas of the best day trips from Milan.

Naturally there are more day trips you can do. If you want more ideas you can go to the following page: Day trips from Milan

1 – Day Trips From Milan to Lake Maggiore Stresa

Stresa is a gorgeous town on lake Maggiore. It has beautiful gardens, luxory hotels and a beautiful view on the Borromean Islands. It’s very easy to reach Stresa from Milan by train. It takes about 1 hour by train and you can walk from the train station to the city center. You don’t need the car.

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You can complete your day in Stresa by chosing 3 of these tours:

  1. Stresa and the Borromean Islands (Isola Pescatori + Isola Bella + Isola Madre)
  2. Mottarone and Stresa – read the following article: Mottarone Stresa Lake Maggiore.
  3. Stresa and the Borromean Islands (Fisherman’s Island and Beautiful Island) + Eremo Santa Caterina

2 – Day Trips From Milan to the historic Verona

Verona is one of the most romantic cities. It’s the city of love. Verona is the town of Romeo and Juliet.

In Verona there is also a beautiful arena and magnificent castle to visit: Castelvecchio. And you can also go up Torre Lamberti and from the Tower see the panoramic view of Verona.

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To reach Verona from Milan by train it takes about 1 and 15 minutes.

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If you chose to dedicate only half a day to Verona you can also visit Sirmione Lake Garda.

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Sirmione is a very nice town on the Lake Garda. It has a nice city center and beautiful castle on the lake. It is nice in every season.

Watch the following video about a suggestive Sirmione in winter:

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3 – From Milan to Bergamo

Bergamo is very close to Milan and it take only 1 hour or less to arrive here by train.

Bergamo is a very historic city and its characteristic is that it’s divided in 2 parts. Below you find the business centre and then on the hill surrounding Bergamo is “Bergamo alta” with its old buildings and monuments. And from there you can have a panoramic view of the valley below.

In Bergamo you can have very good food!

Verona in one day – What to see in Verona in one day

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Verona in one day – You can easily reach Verona by train from Milan so it’s a good city for a day trip.

What is there to do in Verona?

Verona is one of the most romantic cities. Verona is the city of love. It’s the city of Romeo and Juliet. In Verona you can visit the places linked with their romantic story.

Verona is also much more. Verona is a historical city. In Verona you can find monuments of the roman times and of the middle ages.

In Verona you can also do good shopping and have good food.

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What can you do in Verona for a day?

You can do a lot in Verona in a day. Verona has a very nice city center and most of the monuments and points of interest are located in this area. You don’t even need the car or public transportation because you can visit Verona on foot.

However to get to the city center from the station and visit other attractions outside the city center you can get the Verona Card which allows you to get on any transportation and visit the most popular museums and all the following attractions of the city skipping the lines.

  • Verona amphitheater
  • Casa Giulietta
  • Tomba di Giulietta
  • Museo degli Affreschi G.B. Cavalcaselle (tomba di Giulietta)
  • Museo di Castelvecchio
  • Museo Archeologico al Teatro Romano
  • Galleria d’arte moderna
  • Museo di storia naturale

You can buy the Verona Card on-line at the following link: https://verona.midaticket.it/Event/8/Pass. The price is 20 euros for 24 hours.

The Arena: Verona amphitheater

The arena is the roman amphitheater situated in the city center and it’s one of the simbols of Verona. Once inside you’ll feel as in the roman times. You can go through a tunnel and see how the gladiators went in the battle area.

To have a nice view you can go up to the top of the high steps. You can see either the battle field and the square on the other side.

Verona in one day: Juliet’s House

As you enter into the courtyard you can see for free Juliet’s house and its balcony and the Statue of Juliet.

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You can enter with your ticket or Verona Card and visit the inside: her bedroom, her belongings and other rooms. From one of the room you can step outside on her balcony and pretend to call your Romeo.

From Juliet’s House you can get to Piazza delle Erbe where you find a local market and a view of Torre Lamberti and its square.

Verona in one day: Torre Lamberti

From Piazza delle Erbe you can enter into Torre Lamberti. It’s the highest tower in Verona where you either take the elevator or use the steps and reach the top in order to take a look at the whole beautiful city.

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In Verona there still is Romeo’s house which isn’t a museum or a place to visit. Anyway in a part of the house there is now a very good restaurant. So you can have good food and in the meantime enjoy his house.

Castelvecchio

Castelvecchio is the castle of Verona. It’s very big to visit and it has a museum. You can visit both inside and outside on the top of the castle and from the top you can see the river Adige and as you walk around the walls you can see the whole city.

What should you not miss in Verona?

You should’t miss the Arena, Juliet’s House, Piazza delle Erbe, Torre Lamberti and Castelvecchio even if you visit Verona in one day.

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Venice 3 day itinerary – Amazing Things to do in Venice

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Venice 3 day itinerary – If you are organizing your tour around Italy you may wonder: How many days should you spend in Venice Italy? For my experience you should spend in Venice 3 days. In this way you can visit Venice, Murano, Burano and the palaces. In this post you can find your best “Venice 3 day itinerary”.

Venice 3 day itinerary

Day 1 in Venice

You can use your first day in Venice to explore the city and the main areas. You can take the boat “vaporetto” and go along the Grand Canal. You’ll see all the beautiful old palaces and gondolas.

In this way you’ll easily arrive to Piazza San Marco and to the Rialto Bridge. I reccomend you to walk through the city and get lost in it. You’ll find out many beautiful corners you would not see otherwise.

For more details read the article What should I do on my first day in Venice.

Day 1 in Venice

You can use your second day in Venice to visit Murano and Burano. Murano and Burano are islands you can reach by boat. You can always use the boat “vaporetto” you used in your first day in Venice.

You can dedicate the morning to Burano and the afternoon to Murano for example. In Murano you can see glass makers at work and do your shopping.

For more details read the article 2 Days in Venice.

Day 3 in Venice

Having seen the main parts of Venice outside you can use your last day to see the inside. You should visit Palazzo Ducale in San Marco Square and you can visit other museums.

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What is the best time of year to travel to Venice Italy?

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The best time of the year to travel to Venice is December and January. This is what the Venetians told us the last time we went because of being less crowded.

What type of climate does Venice Italy have?

Venice is cold in winter and very hot in summer. Infact in summer the temperature is about 80,6 °F but the heat you feel is much more because of the humidity.

What is the worst period to visit Venice Italy?

Venice is very busy all the year, anyway the busiest period is between March and June and then September and October.

The summer time is probably the worst period to visit Venice because of the very hot weather.

Best time of year to visit Venice Italy

The best time of the year to visit Venice is when the city is not too busy. Venice infact is busy any time of the year but some periods it’s bearable.

It’s good to go for example in January. In this period the city is enjoyable for both residents and vistors. There is less stress for you while visiting and for the Venetians that are kinder with the tourists.

You can see here a few pictures of Venice in January.

If you go to Murano for example glass makers will be happier to show you how the glass is made. When shops are too crowded they can’t care well for all customers.

In December and January Venice is cold but if you wear a coat or a jacket you’ll be fine.

2 Days in Venice: best things to do in Venice in 2 days

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2 Days in Venice: things to do in Venice in 2 days – If you stay 2 days in Venice in your first day you can visit the city and you can spend your second day in Burano and Murano.

2 Days in Venice: Day 1

In your first day you can visit the Venice and the 2 most important areas:

  1. San Marco Square
  2. Rialto Bridge

To know more about what to do in Venice in your first day read the following post: What should I do on my first day in Venice?

2 Days in Venice: Day 2

After going around Venice in your first day, your second day should be dedicated to visit Burano and Murano. Do you rememer I suggested you to buy the boat “Vaporetto” ticket for the number of days you stay in Venice?

That’s the time you can fully use your boat ticket. The ride for murano is included in your ticket. We personally took the boat for Burano form the following stop: F.te Nove.

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Boat for Murano

You should walk to get to your stop because you can discover Venice and see different things you didn’t plan to visit. For example we saw the ambulances on the water when they usually are on the road!

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Or a very nice square…

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Burano island Venice

You have now arrived in Burano. Burano is famous for lace. Here you can find many shops where they sell lace handmade.

Burano is beautifull. In Burano all the houses have different colors. The reasons why the houses are so colorful it’s to be searched in its origins. Burano is in fact an island of fishermen who they could easely find their houses in the fog thanks to these colors.

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In Burano go to see the bell tower. It’s slanting. Another tower of Pisa?

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Murano

Murano is very famous for glass making art. The best thing to do in Murano is to go in a shop, ask to show you how the make glass and the go shopping!

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One day in Venice. 1 Amazing and unforgettable city!

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One day in Venice – What should I do on my first day in Venice? Venice is on the water so the best way to visit Venice is by boat. Visiting Venice by boat gives you three advantages:

  1. a better view of the City
  2. you move faster
  3. you don’t get too tired and you can visit more.

One day in Venice

The first thing you should do in Venice is buy the ticket for the boat “vaporetto”. You can find a ticket office in front of the train station. Do you remember I told you the best way to arrive in Venice is by train?

One day in Venice. What should I do on my first day in Venice? Venice vaporetto ticket office train station

You can see the ticket office in the picture. Take your daily ticket for the number of days you are in Venice and go to your hotel or start your tour. In Venice there are many Vaporetto stops you can take to enjoy a good tour.

In your first day in Venice you should go:

  • San Marco Square
  • Rialto Bridge

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What to do: Go around the square and visit the basilica.
What not to do:

  • don’t take a coffe in a bar because it’s expensive.
  • Ducal Palace: the palace is beautiful but a lot of time is needed to visit the palace. It’s better if you do it another day.
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Ponte di Rialto

What to do:

  • Take pictures: you can’t go back home without a Rialto Bridge picture.
  • Buy what you need: on one side of the Rialto Bridge there is a supermarket. It’s a good shop to buy water or what you need.
  • Have your dinner. In this area you can find good restaurants with a good price.
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Finish your day with a night tour on your boat “vaporetto”.

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