Fun Things to Do In Venice
If you are planning Italy trip you have to visit Venice for sure. There are some places there you must see.
The Rialto Area
This once served as the economic center of Serenissima and the birthplace of Carlo Goldoni, the popular Venetian playwright. It also played a major role concerning trade exchanges between the east and the west.
Must See Place:
Ca’ Centani is a Gothic edifice that has been transformed into a small museum that investigates the themes employed by Goldoni in his plays. You will be thrilled to visit each room that has been furnished with 18th century antiques that mimic the stage sets of his most successful playwrights.
Venice Market Bazaar
Visiting Venice during the Holiday Season is one of the best gifts you can give yourself. It is the period where streets are decorated in a festive mood and people tend to become friendlier and warmer. The street in itself is transformed into a magical playground for kids while large open spaces are turned into Christmas markets and fair ground.
Must See Place:
Campo Santo Stefano is a large open space utilized during the holiday season for Christmas fairs and markets. It is just a few blocks away from Palazzo Grassi and is known to majority of the locals.
The Glass Museum of Venice
The science and art of glass making is preserved in the GlassMuseum. It shows how it has developed through the ages by displaying examples of glass created from Murano and all over the world like Egypt and Enona.
Must See Places:
Many Glass Museums can be explored in Venice but the popular choices are Barovier & Toso, V.I.A., and Museo Vetrario.
Italian Coffee Experience
You will most definitely get tired of walking and visiting cathedrals and museums in Venice. Fortunately, there are a handful of café that are situated very near St. Mark’s Square. Relax while you chat with friends and exchange ideas with new acquaintances. Savor the aroma of the best coffee ingredients used in your cup of coffee. Otherwise, be in solitude while gazing at the beauty of the architecture of Venice.
Fly to Venice Airport and experience a less crowded flock of visitors in comparison to Rome and Milan Airport. You will find airport bus, taxicabs, and car rental companies offering their services from here. If you are thinking of a more authentic way of entering the city, then you may reach it through the Alilaguna airport boat. You will also be thrilled by the aerial view of the city it will provide allowing you to see the beauty of the Venetian Lagoon, the Dolomites, and the Adriatic.
Prepare for your trip and look forward to a holiday of fun and entertainment in its midst.