Day 1 - 1 Mar 2022
Content: We stayed at Ca’ Letizia B&B for the entire trip. We had an amazing time at this place, the host was really kind and available.
Content: This is the most famous library in Venice. The entrance is free but there is always too much people both inside and out for the row. Despite all this it worth it
Content: This place was a theater in ‘900 and since 2016 is a supermarket. You can find here many frescoes on the walls…a different way of shopping!
Content: After sunset we came back home for dinner. We prefer this option to save some money for the rest of the trip.
Day 2 - 2 Mar 2022
Content: This is the centrale square of the city. It’s so characteristic and fascinating! The construction started in 800 and finished in 1100. The Piazzetta di San Marco is, strictly speaking, not part of the Piazza but an adjoining open space connecting the south side of the Piazza to the waterway of the lagoon. The Piazzetta lies between the Doge's Palace on the east and Jacopo Sansovino's Biblioteca (Library) which holds the Biblioteca Marciana on the west.
Content: The palace was built in 1340 in Venetian Gothic style, and is one of the main landmarks of the city of Venice in northern Italy. The palace was the residence of the Doge of Venice. This palace has infuenced some constructions around the world (UK, USA and much more).
Content: This bridge is very spacious so is a perfect location to enjoy the sunset. You can spot some different boats and gondolas!
Day 3 - 3 Mar 2022
Content: This is the most beautiful bridge of the city! We are totally in love with this romantic location under the bridge.
Content: This is the less famous bridge in Venice but is so instagrammable so you can go here just to take a photo.
Content: The fish here was very good.
Day 4 - 4 Mar 2022
Content: This is a secret spot. To find the exact position of the photo write on Google Maps “hotel San Moisè” and the go behind the hotel. It’s a quite place and you can have all the time to take the photos.
Content: Venice is famous for the Carnival and we spen the entire day spotting the most beautiful masks. We recommend you to go during this period.
Content: Go here to eat the real neapolitan pizza!
Day 5 - 5 Mar 2022
Content: The Riva degli Schiavoni is a waterfront area in Venice. There is a lively promenade along the waterfront, which sits on St. Mark's Basin. The market stalls that crowd the area probably had their start in the fifteenth century, when Slavs and Greeks moved into the area and would line the promenade to sell their meat and dried fish near the wharf. We recommend you to go here for a walk and spend pleasant moments.
Content: We recommend you to go to Campo S. Sofia to take the gondola ferry at a cost of 2€. This option is cheaper than the Classic gondola ride that costs 80€!
Day 6 - 6 Mar 2022
Content: The last day we visited the city quietly. In this square we saw the Goldoni monument. He was one of the most famous playwrights of Italy and was born in Venice in 1707.
Content: This place is a luxury shopping center but we went here only to visit the famous rooftop (free). This magnificent place gives you the view in the entire city and in particular on the Rialto Bridge. It’s important to book on the website the day before and go there 15 minutes before your turn.