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  • Venice in 12 Hours

    The day before flying to Copenhagen for a few days left me in a bit of a pickle as to how I was going to make my way back home to Klagenfurt. Me being me and leaving it last minute, caused a worrying soar in flight prices. With a very tight budget, I wasn’t going to...

    0 by Hannah, 11 days ago
  • Venice: 15 essentials in 48 hours.

    Do you only have one weekend to see Venice? Stay calm, you will still be able to enjoy almost all of the city of Venice in 48 hours. Although there are lots of enchanting and wonderful corners, in general you can see Venice in a small amount of time - that's if you...

    0 by Kate, 3 months ago
  • Packrafting Venice during Il Carnevale

    Packrafting Venice during the Carnival http://www.packrafting.de/2018/03/packrafting-at-carnevale-di-venezia.html Movies:  Full version:https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KumYqu3JEnstrailer (40s):https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BxOm9onBNuQonly the...

    0 by El, one year ago
  • Day trip to Venice

    Last semester, in October, I went on a day-trip to Venice (called Venezia in Italian). This city is known in the whole world to be one of the prettiest and most romantic cities, and I really wanted to visit it during my Erasmus. As soon as we got the opportunity, we...

    0 by Aurélie, one year ago
  • Glass Merchants of Venice #4

    After saying my last goodbyes to a mate I was visiting in Parma, I caught my train and headed straight to my next destination: Venice. To get to Venice from Parma I had to take two different trains. The first train was one heading from Venice to Bologna. I honestly wish...

    0 by Michael, one year ago
  • What you should know before coming to Venice

    Are you planning to visit the legendary laguna city? Or did you decide to spend your Erasmus year or semester abroad in Venice? Good decision! The city is namely wonderful! However it is also somewhat distinct as you can well imagine even beforehand. A romantic views...

    0 by Kat, one year ago
  • Venice - Day One

    When I have come to Venice, like almost anyone who has ever come here, I have experienced the magnificent beauty of the island with the old town built on the sea, or floating on the sea, the interstellar canal system, the Gondola driver singing Opera while riding tiny...

    1 by Hoàng, one year ago
  • Venice - Travel Tips

    Venice travel tips with transportation Venice is a world-famous canal city, where I always dreamed of visiting once time in my life. Maybe I do not need words to say much about the enchanting of the excellent beauty of Venice, but I think you have to see through your...

    0 by Hoàng, one year ago
  • The 10 Most Beautiful Venetian Churches

    1. Basilica of Santa Maria Gloriosa dei Frari This is the biggest church in Venice and also, in my opinion the most interesting church. It is set in the heart of Sestiere of San Polo and glorifies the image of St Mary in the heavens. The most interesting feature of this...

    0 by Estelita, one year ago
  • Venice

    Venice was a wonderful place to visit. The city on water. I will love to visit Venice a thoussand times. Its a great and wonderful city. I visited the St Mark square and Cathedral, took the water taxi. It was a great experience. The trip was for three days but i ended...

    0 by Prince Henry, one year ago
  • Lost in Venice!

    As I said, I chose Padova tu study abroad, what I didn't tell you was that is 20 min away from a much desired place, Venice. Venice is a city with its own beauty and you can try to compare it to another city, but you won't be able to find one similar to it. The river...

    0 by Andre, one year ago
  • Giro di bacari a Venezia - Venice's "Bacari"

    Are you in Venice and don't know where you could go to get something to drink with your friends after University? No worries, it doesn't seem like it but the city is full of cool and cheap bars where you could spend your night out. That is to say, there is a particular...

    0 by Mary, 2 years ago
  • Strolling around Venice...

    On this day, my mum and I left the hotel at 11am. It was the check-in time! We could have left the room at one in the afternoon, but to check-in "late", (late?! That's a norml check-in time everywhere else! ), we had to pay 20€ extra (or something like that). So, you...

    0 by Ross, 2 years ago
  • Italy. Part 2. Venice

    In this part I do not want describe dishes, because Venice is not " gurman place", but this is place of wonderful architecture, smallest bridges and rain. To get Venice you will need ferry and from this moment will be start you adventure! About hotels. It was...

    0 by Karyna, 2 years ago
  • Venice's Beaches: The Lowdown

    Venice is known universally for being one of the most frequented cities by tourists. People from all over the world crowd around to visit La Basilica di San Marco, Piazza San Marco, San Giorgio, Rialto, the Jewish Quarter, Libreria Acqua Alta.... I could go on for...

    0 by Mireille, 2 years ago
  • Marvellous Venice. Part 1. Arriving and Transport.

    Venice, oh Venice. A city that I completely fell in love with. Venice is magical, captivating, different and marked with a very distinct character and personality which is hard to discover. But let's start at the beginning. Getting there The plane left Barcelona and...

    0 by Amy, 3 years ago

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