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NatalePiazzaSanMarco
„Contemplative“ rushing from one shop to the other searching for the perfect Christmas present for a friend, a brother, a sister, the parents, … but nothing really convinces you and then the 23rd of December is already on your doorstep. A gift idea though is far and wide not in sight. Well then, do you...
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Carnevale: Volo dell'Angelo
Venice Boattour in the Lagoon You can either rent a boat with a skipper or navigate on your own around the lagoon (not through the city centre). There are different companies renting boats in Venice: Brussa is Boat Campello Marine Laguniamo (electric boats/motor boats/kayak) You don’t need any driving licence with a motor up to...
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Next to the Rialto Bridge you have the possibility to take a wonderful panorama shot of Venice – for free. Just head to the 4th floor of the new department store in the former Fondaco dei Tedeschi “Fondaco T”. Since a few weeks, due to the high request, you have to pre book your visit:...
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Venezia: Libreria senza commessa
One of the most original bookshop ideas in Venice is for sure Acqua Alta near Campo Santa Maria Formosa with its book stairway, but now I just discovered a new one near the Scuola Grande S. Giovanni Evangelista: a self service book-/antique shop. You might ask what’s so special about it, as all bookshops are...
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The voucher for a lunch or dinner on the vineyard Ornella Molon, that we received as a gift from a couple on the occasion of their wedding 2 months ago, wanted and had to be used and at the end of November we finally found the time to call the Osteria and book a table...
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MrArthurGlen Designeroutlet: Christmas Tree
One of the most visited outlets in the Veneto, a 30 minutes drive away from Venice (highway), is the McArthurGlen Designeroutlet: Once you took the exit San Donà and left the toll booths behind you, you’ll see a shopping-city rising from behind the roundabout and decorated, during X-mas time, with numerous lights and Christmas trees....
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When I first saw a “giuggiola”, I thought it was kind of a nut until I did a research on Google and found out that the “giuggiola” or “Jujube” is nothing else than a chinese date (also called red date): And what has a chinese date to do with Italy you’re asking? Well, the red...
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Gramophones. Typewriters. Hats. Fans. Old publicity posters. Cups. Sterling cutlery. Bikes. You can find pretty anything on these flea markets/antiques markets and actually, for me, it’s always like travelling back in time through human history and going on treasure hunting at the same time. Sure, you’ll also find a lot of junk, but that’s the...
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For Christmas my brothers and I made our mother a “Venetian present”: a mask decorating workshop in Venice. I found two bottege (ateliers) in Venice that looked promising to me and went there to have a look at the masks and to have some more info on the workshops. The first one I visited was...
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Walls covered by books and book towers of French literature, comics, history books and so on. This bookshop is already haunting the internet and considered the most beautiful bookshop in the world, the Libreria Acqua Alta. When I heard the first time about this bookshop – or better, about it’s book stairway, the gondola and...
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The carnival season has finally arrived! At last, the possibility to dress up as Casanova and hit the Venetian calli or to dress up as a Marchesa and visit a Venetian ball. But where to rent/buy a costume? Or would you prefer to create your own Venetian mask? Atelier Nicolao One of the most prestigious...
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Have you already heard about Fortuny? No? 45.086300113.2542908
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Burano (not Murano; that’s where the glass is from) is known for its laces (“merletti”) that are still hand-made by the women living on this tiny island. In case you think about bringing a lace-fan/umbrella/… back home I recommend you to visit Burano as you have the chance to buy the real merletti there. According...
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  •   Toll!

    thumb Rebecca
    June 13, 2022
  •   Ich kann Beatrice herzlich empfehlen. Sie liebt Venedig, hat viel Wissen darüber und kann es bestens vermitteln, darüber hinaus in Ecken ohne Touristen.

    thumb Ivana
    June 8, 2022
  •   Es war eine sehr schöne Tour und Beatrix konnte wirklich auf jede Frage eine Antwort geben.

    thumb Annette
    May 28, 2022
  •   This tour is a "Hidden Gem" for the "Hidden Corners" of Venice. Beatrice is a passionate and learned tour guide that shared so many intriguing stories about life in Venice... read more

    thumb Ralph
    May 28, 2022
  •   Beatrice hat nicht nur eine sehr schöne Führung (prima Balance aus Sightseeing und Wissensvermittlung) gemacht sondern vorher und nachher viele weitere und sehr hilfreiche Tipps für den Venedigurlaub geliefert (und... read more

    thumb Jan
    May 15, 2022
  •   Beatrice hat uns sehr charmant , kenntnisreich und mit viel Liebe abseits der Touristenströme durch ihr Venedig geführt. Es war sehr interessant, kurzweilig und ausgewogen. Hervorragend waren die vielen kleinen... read more

    thumb Katrin
    May 15, 2022
  •   Es war eine sehr kurzweilige Führung. Wir haben viele interessante und auch überraschende Details über Venedig erfahren. Beatrice brennt für Venedig und das spürt man auch . Beim nächsten... read more

    thumb Michaela
    April 30, 2022
  •   Welch nette und informative Tour. Danke für all die Geschichten 🤩

    thumb Claus-Reino
    April 30, 2022
  •   Hervorragende Tour! Beatrice kennt sich in der Stadt sehr gut aus, teilt viele spannende Anekdoten mit und gibt wunderbare Geheimtipps! Sehr zu empfehlen.

    thumb Pascal
    April 21, 2022
  •   Beatrice hat eine tolle Tour mit uns gemacht: sehr persönlich, mit allen Sinnen, lebendig und kreativ. Es fühlte sich an, als wenn wir eine Freundin besuchen, die uns ihre Stadt... read more

    thumb Pia
    April 7, 2022
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