Cavallino Treporti

In this chapter we discuss one of the most interesting and curious areas of Italy, located near Venice, Cavallino Treporti. Cavallino Treporti, a very strategic tourist resort, consists of a peninsula that separates the northern part of the Venetian lagoon from the Adriatic Sea. Located between the sea and the lagoon, near the enchanting island … Read more

San Donà di Piave

In this chapter we discuss one of the most important cities of Venice, a way of passage of the province, San Donà di Piave. San Donà di Piave, nestled in the low Venetian plain, is located a few kilometers from the Venetian lagoon, is divided by the river Piave following the hydraulic interventions implemented by … Read more

Sant Erasmo Island

In this chapter we deal with a unique and very characteristic place, not very frequented by tourists and still natural, the Sant Erasmo Island. The Sant Erasmo Island, with a circumnavigation of about 9 kilometers, is the largest in the lagoon. To visit it well, you should have a bicycle to go through the gardens … Read more

Torcello Island

In this chapter we discuss one of the most ancient, glorious and characteristic islands of the Venetian lagoon, the Torcello Island. The Torcello Island, founded between the fifth and sixth centuries, is currently the sleeping beauty of the lagoon but, at one time, it developed into a flourishing colony with palaces and churches. With the … Read more

Mazzorbo Island

In this chapter we discuss one of the islands of the smallest but most characteristic and pretty Venetian lagoon, the Mazzorbo Island. The Mazzorbo Island, connected to the island of Burano by a wooden arched bridge, is a quiet place between gardens and orchards where you can take refuge from the crowds of Galuppi Square … Read more

Burano Island

In this chapter we will discuss one of the most colorful, lively and characteristic islands of the whole Venetian lagoon, the Burano Island. The Burano Island is the most picturesque island in the Venetian lagoon thanks to the bright colors that characterize the fishermen’s houses. Visible from a distance due to the high bell tower … Read more

Murano Island

In this chapter we treat one of the most famous places in the world, glass processing is known everywhere, do not miss the Murano Island. The Murano Island is probably as famous as Venezia itself thanks to its well- known glass, appreciated and envied around the world. It is the center of glass processing since … Read more

The City Center of Venezia

In this chapter we discuss the most beautiful city in the world, unique in its kind, built entirely on the water, the city center of Venezia.