Hello everybody, here I am with another blog about one of the most important Italian cities like Venice.
If you need a rest or if you want to see some really interesting Museums, Churches, Islands like Burano - Murano and Torcello, you can't miss this wonderful city, where you can go eround walking or by boat because there aren't roads and obvously no cars but just little bridges. I went to Venice two month ago with a nice weather.
I decided to go there suddenly because I wasn't sure to have some holiday days.
The first step was to find a room choosing beetween Venice and Mestre.
I chose Mestre because going there the Hotels were more cheap and perfectly connected through public transport to Venice (10 miles away).
It's important not to spend a lot for the hotel because to visit some very interesting places you'll have to pay a lot because Venice is really beautiful like expensive. You'll have to pay for everything, also to visit St. Mark's Church or to go on top of St. Mark's tower (I paid Euro 8,00 for my eight years old son for ten minutes).
If you decide to buy this ticket you should be careful because beeing more solutions if you wrong the duration of the ticket you might be obliged to buy enother one (enother advise could be that not to buy tickets at the hotel but to the ticket office). You'll have to validate them each time you take the bus or the boat through the ticket machine. Be careful not to forget to validate your ticket because the inspectors are always present.
By public boat is possible to go to Murano (famous for great glass processing), Burano and Torcello, really interesting with wonderful colours and cute little bridges.
The Ducal Palace, The Glass Museum, St. Mark's Church, St. Mark's Tower, S.Rocco Big School, and others places not less important will enrich your knowledge.
You can't also miss a boat ride by night with the Grand Canal illuminated by the lights of Restaurants, it will be something that you'll never forget in your life.
Best regards to all