Introducing Venice, Italy
Weather & Seasons
Geography of Venice
The Best of Venice
Museums & Galleries
Venice after dark
Off the Beaten Track
Films shot in Venice
Boats of Venice and Her Lagoon
Musicians and Concerts in Venice
When to visit Venice and what to bring
Passports, Visas and Tourist Tax in Venice
Getting married in the lagoon
Backpackers in the Lagoon
Food & Drink
Getting around Venice
Venice tourist maps
Sim Cards and WIFI for Tourists
How to manage waste in Venice
Where to eat in Venice
Where to drink coffee, spritz or prosecco
San Marco Fullday Itinerary
Departure after a hearty breakfast in the direction of the San Marco sestiere, the most important from a tourist point of view.
Itinerary of San Marco and Castello
St Mark's is the beating heart of Venetian tourism, and here you'll find the main attractions.
San Polo and Dorsoduro
This tour will take place in two sestieri with a high concentration of tourist attractions.
The Ghetto, Cannaregio and Castello
Cannaregio is known for its Ghetto and for the Jewish community that was forced to live here from 1516 to 1797.
Giudecca and San Giorgio Maggiore
This tour covers two destinations that the hit-and-run tourist often overlooks, either because of time constraints or lack of information.
Departure by vaporetto 4.1 or 4.2 from Fondamente Nove. You can opt for line 3 from Piazzale Roma or the green tourist line.
This is an itinerary of Burano, one of the first towns in the lagoon, famous for its air-stitched lace.