Everyone loves Venice! Consider hiring a private tour to get the most out of your visit.
Venice will require tourists to pre-book visits to control overcrowding; Karen Graham; Digital Journal
After a difficult two years, starting with the acqua alta floods in late 2019, and the more recent coronavirus pandemic, tourism is returning to Venice, and the “City of Canals” wants to make tourism sustainable, and avoid overcrowding.
Improving Projections, Predictions and Protection in the Face of Expected Sea Level Rise… A new assessment of flood risk in Venice indicates that the impact of higher emissions on relative sea level rise during this century will be critical in planning future defence infrastructure for Venice and other coastal cities, state the authors of a new special issue published in Natural Hazards and Earth System Sciences today.
You’ll go to the Rialto food market with Prue and enjoy a cooking demonstration, exclusive talk and gala dinner with her aboard this seven-night luxury Uniworld cruise.
Don’t sit. Don’t eat. Don’t swim. And for goodness sake, don’t stand still.
Famous for its architecture, art and irresistible cuisine, the Floating City is incredibly easy to navigate and makes a truly unforgettable pre- or post- cruise stay, says Liz Jarvis…
Source: Venice City Guide
Welcome tourists! In this edition, Dos Mundos will talk about a very romantic city, the city of the gondolas. Dos Mundos is talking about Venice, Italy. The city that was founded in the 5th century and that is located on an archipelago that is formed by 120 small islands joined together by 455 bridges. It is a city with a lot of history and that stood out for several centuries for being one of the main ports of Italian trade, with important imports of Asian products, mainly silk and some spices.
Read more from source: Wonderful World: Discover Venice – Dos Mundos Bilingual Newspaper
Believe it or not, Venice has a distinctly non-touristy side — here’s; Hannah Wilhout; Travel And Leisure
“I wanted to help people understand Venice, and Venetian food, outside the lens of a tourist.”
Read more from source: Believe it or not, Venice has a distinctly non-touristy side — here’s
Read more from source: Walking on Water – Indian Express