Living in Venice

Live in Venice or just visit, means falling in love with it: heart is not more 'room for anything else', wrote in his autobiography Peggy Guggenheim…

Do not forget to take at least one boat trip: there is a lot of Venice that can only be seen from the boat. If you have more time, the best way to visit the city it is by foot, crossing its 400 bridges and turning down its narrow calli to find yourself in a beautiful campo, facing a church or walking along a row of shops. Stroll along its fondamenta, campi e campielli with no destination, this is the best way to enjoy this marvellous city.

There are many campi and piazze, smaller but charming as Campo Santa Margherita or Campo San Luca where Venetians are used to meet. In Campo Santa Margherita there is the Scuola dei Carmini that, like the Scuola di San Rocco, is one of the few schools that can be visited. Campo dei Frari is another vital place of the city. It is famous because it takes its name from the Church …

There is a bar for every possible mood and taste. The most famous are Floriani and Quadri that are the most glamorous and expensive.
 

 

 
 
















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