There are so many restaurants to choose from in Venice when you want to have a traditional Venetian meal for dinner after a long day of sightseeing around the historic city. Order a fegato alla veneziana, which is liver sautéed with onions, olive oil and butter with a side of traditional polenta!
There were four orphanages in Venice that were fundamentally dedicated to teaching the young girls music; the Ospedale della Pieta, where Antonio Vivaldi taught violin and was choir master, was considered the best.
You should definitely pay this landmark a visit when on tour in Venice. Guests visiting the Ospedale della Pieta can even stay the night if they need to.
Note that the Vivaldi Museum in the building can only be visited if you schedule an appointment in advance!
Be sure not to miss this attraction when on your family trip in Venice!
There are so many sorts of equipment that you can rent out when you visit the Lido di Venezia sand-strip during the summer time.
These beaches rent guests huts, smaller huts, chairs, umbrellas, sun tanning beds, and other beach equipment.
The baicoli biscuit, a traditional Venetian dessert, was invented around the 20th century in Venice and is a very popular food among tourists who visit the wonderful picturesque city during the holidays.