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Venice Dining: Where to Eat Along the Waterfront

Venice Dining: Where to Eat Along the Waterfront October 20, 2010 | Food | Read More
Lined with palazzos and adorned with boats of every shape and size, Venice’s canals comprise one of the world’s most famous and romantic sights to see. Splendid buildings adorned in Gothic and Renaissance style line the waterfront, and if you know where to look, you can find a place where you can...

Finding the Best Live Music in Venice

Finding the Best Live Music in Venice October 13, 2010 | Nightlife | Read More
Compared to the loud and late nights of Rome, Venice is a pretty quiet town in the evenings. Nightclubs are few and far between, and are generally pretty touristy and local-free. For a more authentic Venetian nightlife experience, visit one of the many cafes or venuces that boast live bands in the evenings. One...

Where to Stay in Venice without Breaking the Bank

Where to Stay in Venice without Breaking the Bank October 6, 2010 | Hotels | Read More
Venice is a well-known tourist spot and one of the best places in the world for romance, so it can be difficult (especially around wedding season!) to find a hotel that’s less than super-expensive. With a little knowledge about neighborhoods and city locales, though, you can find a place where...

Venice’s Most Impressive Historical Sites

Venice’s Most Impressive Historical Sites September 30, 2010 | Things to Do | Read More
Although it’s mainly known as one of the world’s romantic cities, don’t forget that Venice is also full of history. The “Floating City” dates back millenia. Luckily, many of its historical waterways and palazzos have been well-preserved for centuries, and there’s no...