Mistake 6: Taking unnecessary tours Too many tourists arrive in Venice, climb into a sightseeing boat, and cruise along the city's waterfront while a guide with a microphone tells them what they're seeing: "On your left is the Ca' Bigoli, built in Venetian Gothic style by a 12th Century pasta trader who later became a doge. The interior, which you can't see because you're 50 meters away in a boat, was later redecorated with paintings by a student of Tintoretto Think of how bored you'd be if you were in the boat, and how annoyed you'd feel after paying 40 or 50 euros for the equivalent of a narrated vaporetto ride. Our advice: Venice is a compact city that any reasonably healthy person can easily explore alone on foot. There's little reason to spend money on tours unless: You have mobility problems; You're pressed for time; or
Chat Venice is one of Italy's most beautiful and romantic cities with many attractions. Its small, traffic-free streets mingled with the winding canals make for great walking. You will find many magnificent churches and palaces, lively squares, and interesting shops all to be enjoyed on an Italy vacation. Venice and the Grand Canal Venice actually consists of small islands connected by more than bridges over its canals. The Grand Canal is like a main street cutting through the centre of the city. The city in its entirety is listed as a World Heritage Site, along with its Lagoon.
The suggested itineraries are really The suggested itineraries are really easy to be followed and the audio well done. We visited a lot of places and we went around the magic city of Venice, all day and all night. Also we tried the Treasure Hunt, we had a lot of funny!