Venice is a city unlike any other. No matter how often you’ve seen it in photos and films, and how many time you’ve ben there, the real thing is that anytime you arrive there is like jumping in a dreamlike unique vision!
At least that’s what happens to me.
While the water taxi goes btw the canals (where streets should be) i’m overwhelmed by the fabulousness of the antiques palaces and churches, and I can still breathe the spirit of a city that for “centuries of history” was a wealthy trading center between Europe and the Orient.
Every time is a different experience…and the last time was also uber romantic because i was in Venice with my husband 🙂
On my “ Venice where to eat” notes you’ll find some “great “classic” (Harry’s of course), some super romantic restaurant and also many places for “cicchetti or chicheti” and bacari (small place to enjoy little delicious local tapas) to enjoy the more authentic side of the city
WHERE TO STAY: we slept at the wonderful Hotel Baglioni (perfect location and staff) but you can consider also Palazzina G or Palazzo Stern, super romantic in an historical building
PS: as Valentine’s Day is approaching it might be a fantastic idea to book a flight to Venice and take my notes with you!