3 Days In Venice
Venice has lured in tourists for many years with its beautiful architecture and romantic atmosphere. Wander through the historic passageways and surrender to losing yourself in this stunning city. Take advantages of boat trips to Burano, Murano and Torcello, where you can find some great restaurants at a little more reasonable price. One day is not enough in Venice, to fully appreciate time in Venice make sure you have a theatre show, opera, or concert booked and allow some time to tantalise your taste-buds with some Venetian cuisine. Then, as you stroll back to your hotel, admire at the pretty reflection of lights in the water of the canals.
Many tourists visit Venice in summer, however it often becomes scorching hot and overcrowded in the months of July and August. Prices are also bumped up for the high season, so if you have a choice of when to visit, pick spring or autumn. Your trip will be cheaper and more personal. Gondolas can be expensive to book if you’re in a small group, but definitely worth a try once in your lifetime. If you don’t mind not having a private gondola, try sharing with others to split the 100€ into more affordable chunks.