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IS THERE ANYTHING MORE ROMANTIC THAN LOSING YOURSELF IN VENICE?
The Jewish Ghetto
The ancient Jewish quarter of Venice was named after the old foundry (getto) that once stood here. This was the first ghetto ever created, and Jews were forced to live here from 1516 until the 1800s. Now, the large central campo i…
Venice in November
November is the month when the city takes a breather after the assault of the colourful multitude of tourists during the summer season.Life in the city returns to being quieter, less frenetic, and you can walk without the jams of…
Graspo de Ua Restaurant
Tradition meets the modern world in this brand new restaurant, Graspo de Ua, offering – in the chef’s own words – “Italian and Venetian style food”. The dish to try is bigoli in salsa, whole-wheat spaghetti with sardines and onion…