72 Hours in Venice

As the train pulled into the station, I couldn’t believe that I was actually in Venice!  I wanted to experience all that Venice had to offer but still, take the time to enjoy “la dolce vita”, and Marty was determined to give me the Venetian experience I had always dreamed of. Suddenly, I started to question our plans. With only 72 hours in Venice, could we possibly see all of the things on our list and still find time to just relax and soak in this beautiful city?

Our goal was to soak in the romance while discovering the true, authentic Venice, and I will tell you, my friends, that is exactly what we were able to do.

Our 72 hours in Venice included exploring the beautiful canals by foot and boat, eating some incredible food, stopping at every intriguing alleyway for photographs, sipping wine, meeting locals, and exploring the islands around Venice.

Check out our other Venice post as well, 50 Things to do in Venice on a Budget.

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72 Hours in Venice:  Our Arrival

We arrived in Venice by train from Milan.  If you are arriving by train, make sure you travel to the Venezia Santa Lucia station, as this is the train station actually on the island.  We hopped off the train at the Santa Lucia station giddy with excitement.  The minute we exited the train station, I just stopped and stared in amazement.  Venice was even better than I expected.

72 Hours in Venice

When you exit the train station, take a minute to soak in all the sights, sounds, and smells around you.  Welcome to Venice!  Seeing the canals for the first time brought tears to my eyes.  I think I instantly fell in love with Venice.

After standing in awe and watching Marty snap like 100 photos, we decided we better go and find our bed and breakfast.  We purchased a 3-day pass for the water taxi, and after validating it in the yellow validation box, we boarded the water taxi (vaporetto) and began our journey on the Venice canals.

72 Hours in Venice

Following the directions provided by our wonderful host, we found our way to our home for the next few days, Ca Bella, a little 3 room bed and breakfast on the north side of the island.  We felt like we were living like the locals staying in this area.  We walked down this cute alleyway and then were invited into the small garden of Ca Bella.

72 Hours in Venice

The street to Ca Bella

72 Hours in Venice

Ca Bella’s garden

We found Ca Bella using Airbnb.  If you’ve never tried Airbnb, click here and receive a $40 credit toward your first stay!

If you prefer a hotel, find your perfect Venetian hotel accommodations here.

After checking into Ca Bella, we walked down to the water by the Fondamente Nove vaporetto stop and found a great place to have pizza and wine. After dinner, the sun was starting to set so we decided to just wander along the water’s edge.  We were content to take photos and just enjoy watching the sunset in Venice.  The perfect start to our Venetian vacation.

72 Hours in Venice

 

Day 1:  Grand Canal Tour, Piazza San Marco, Doge’s Palace

We woke up feeling refreshed and excited to start our first full day in Venice  Our B&B included breakfast, so we sat in the cute little garden drinking coffee and munching croissants (with Nutella of course) to fuel up for the day.

Grand Canal Tour

Marty and I decided to get a feel for the island today.  Our first order of business, a Grand Canal tour.  Since we had already purchased and validated our vaporetto ticket yesterday, we were ready to go.

Cruising the Grand Canal is a great orientation to the city.  Start your cruise at the Ferrovia (Santa Lucia train station) stop and board vaporetto #1 or #2.  the #1 is the slow boat which takes about 45 minutes to make it’s way to San Marcos, while the #2 boat is the express boat, and can make the journey to San Marcos in about 25 minutes.

Being on the Grand Canal is indescribable.  Everywhere you look there are grand palaces and awesome canal side cafes.  Some of my favorite sights included:  Mercato Rialto, Ca’Rezzonico, and Salute.  Marty was in shutterbug heaven.  I don’t remember him coming out from behind his lens at all during the trip.  As you’re cruising look closely and you will see that many of the old palaces look empty.  Look even closer, and you may notice that several of the ground floors are underwater!  The cost of upkeep, coupled with the fact that owners are not allowed to make changes to the buildings make them less appealing to some buyers.

The vaporetto is the cheapest way to cruise the Grand Canal.  If you would prefer a more personal experience, with the joy of missing all the stops, you can click here to let Viator take you on a private tour of the canals.

72 Hours in Venice

72 Hours in Venice

72 Hours in Venice

72 Hours in Venice

 

Piazza San Marco

We got off of the vaporetto at Saint Mark’s Square.  When you arrive, take a deep breath and hang onto your partner in this area.  You are sure to be instantly engulfed by a wave of people, specifically tour groups if you are here in the summer like we were.

Making our way through the crowds, and of course, stopping for a few shots in front of The Bridge of Sighs, we made it to Saint Mark’s Square.

72 Hours in Venice

72 Hours in Venice

Music filled the square from the overpriced cafes, people were sitting all around on the marble stairs, while selfie sticks and pigeons abound.  I found myself just standing in awe, looking at the splendor and history of the only square in Venice to earn the title of “Piazza”.  (Well, I was standing in awe until I fell like a ton of bricks on those slick marble stairs that surround the square!  Be warned, my friends.  I think I fractured my tailbone and wrist.)

72 Hours in Venice

72 Hours in Venice

Doge’s Palace and Correr Museum

After scraping myself (and my pride) up off of the ground, Marty and I decided to tour Doge’s Palace.  We really wanted to do the Secret Itineraries Tour of Doge’s, but it was sold out.  Don’t let this happen to you.  Be sure and book your tours ahead of time.  You can access tours via Viator here.  Since we missed the tour, we purchased a combo ticket for Doge’s and the Correr Museum.  To avoid the long lines, buy your ticket at the Correr Museum which is located in the corner of the square opposite of the basilica.

Doge’s Palace was built to show off the power and wealth of Venice, and boy did they succeed.

72 Hours in Venice

72 Hours in Venice

Of course, the highlight of the tour was the famous Bridge of Sighs, where the prisoners would cross on their way to prison.  The story states that the prisoners would take one last look at their beloved Venice, and sigh as they crossed the bridge.  I love this shot taken from the inside of the bridge showcasing what the prisoners saw looking out onto glorious Venice.  I would probably do more than sigh if I were being hauled off to prison.

72 Hours in Venice

After leaving Doge’s Palace, we made our way to the Correr Museum.  This museum houses a nice collection of Venetian history and art and is home to great views of Saint Mark’s Square.  I felt the Correr was well worth our time and was a nice escape from the summer heat.

Having worked up an appetite, we made our way to Calle de la Rasse (a couple of blocks from Doge’s Palace).  This street is lined with quick, cheap eats.  For lunch, we chose Birreria Forst for a sandwich and some much-needed water.  We spent the rest of the evening just wandering the streets of Venice.  We had an amazing first day and were already in love with this great city.

Of course on the way back to Ca Bella, we had to grab some gelato!

72 Hours in Venice

Day 2: Rialto Bridge and Market, Burano/Murano, and Cicchetti

Rialto Bridge

Today we got up early to see The Rialto Market in full swing.  The Erberia (vegetable market) and the Pescheria (fish market) are open Tuesday through Saturday starting at 8 am and usually closes up around noon.

72 Hours in Venice

We chose to walk to the market because Marty is my navigational wizard.  Seriously ya’ll, we only got lost once in Venice and that was because we chose to do so.  Not many people can claim that.  If you are like me and are a little more directionally challenged, you can take the easy route and hop on a vaporetto.  Vaporetto lines on the Grand Canal stop at the Rialto, on the left side of the Grand Canal. From the vaporetto platform, head toward the Rialto Bridge, cross over the bridge and then veer to the right.

72 Hours in Venice

The Rialto Market amazed me.  Since 1097, Venetians have depended on the Rialto Market for fresh fruits, veggies, fish, and other fresh food items.  Arriving early lets you have a glimpse of all the action.  At the crack of dawn, you will see vendors unloading crates of fruits and vegetables from boats on the waterways, all while delivery men push carts through the crowds of people.  Trust me, buy yourself some of the fresh fruit.  It is delicious!

72 Hours in Venice

Burano and Murano

After a lovely morning at the market, we decided to spend the rest of the day exploring the islands around Venice, specifically Burano and Murano.  We chose to use our vaporetto passes to get to the islands, but trust me, the vaporetto to Burano is a SLOW ride.  If you prefer to go with a guide, consider booking a tour with Viator.

Arriving in Burano, we were instantly drawn to the colorful houses.  The houses were originally painted these bright colors so sailors arriving home could easily see their house through the fog as they approached the island.  Today, these colors are “protected” and residents must keep their houses a certain color.

72 Hours in Venice

72 Hours in Venice

72 Hours in Venice

We found Burnao to be incredibly charming.  There are beautiful lace shops, some with demonstrations, lining the main street.  A lace museum is also on the island, but it was closed the day we visited.  Take some time to just wander and enjoy Burano.  Eat at the cafes and try the delicious desserts available.  Burano is a feast for all of your senses.

After leaving Burano, we hopped back on the boat and headed for Murano.  Murano is famous for its beautiful glass work.  While exploring the island, we met a nice shop owner who explained the process to us and showed us some of his personal pieces.  He and his family have lived on the island for generations, all creating beautiful works of glass art.

Take the time to visit one of the studios to see the glass blowing process first hand.  Viator has a great tour that makes your time fun. You just show up and meet your guide and then they make all the arrangements to ensure you have a good time.  Click here to check out all of their great Venice tours.

Cicchetti and Spritz

Having exhausted ourselves, we made our way back to Venice to enjoy a relaxing evening.  We decided to try some Cicchetti and spritz tonight.  What the heck is Cicchetti you ask?  Well, they are small bites that you can find all over Venice at the local bars.  Think of them like tapas in Spain.  Take note, the Cicchetti selection is best early.  Think of it as an appetizer and drink before dinner (or just a cheap, early dinner).   I preferred the crostini topped with prosciutto and melon, while Marty liked the deep-fried cheese.

One thing we both liked was the spritz!  For me, the spritz was the highlight of the evening.  A spritz is made with prosecco and Aperol, a bitter alcohol.  It’s this gorgeous orange color and is truly like a party in your mouth.  I found the spritz to be so refreshing on a hot summer day in Venice.  If you don’t think the spritz is right for you, order a glass of house wine or a beer.  House wine (which I found to be really good) and beer can be found all over the island for 1-2 Euros per glass (4 Euros for a liter).  I loved watching the locals interact during this “happy hour” ritual.  I only wish I spoke more Italian.

To make the cicchetti experience even better, consider taking a food tour!

Day 3:  Shopping, Lido visit, Photo safari

Day 3 was a little more chill for us.  At this point, Marty and I had a good feel for the island and were feeling very comfortable.

Mask Shopping

What is more Venetian than a true Venetian mask?  Just note, buyer, beware!  Many of the souvenir shops (and some shops that look like genuine mask shops) are selling you imposters made anywhere BUT Venice.  A true Venetian mask is a work of art that is still hand made today with skill and artistry.

We found a great mask shop, L’artista della Barbaria very close to Ca’Bella.  At L’artista della Barbaria, they still make masks by hand. The owner taught Marty and I the mask making process and walked us through identifying the differences between a true Venetian mask and an imposter.  We learned so much, and of course, we walked away with a beautiful souvenir mask that the owner painstakingly wrapped for us so that it wouldn’t get damaged in our backpacks as we continued our travels.

Lido 

After mask shopping, Marty and I decided to grab our swimsuits and head for the beach, the Lido.  The beach is easily accessible by vaporetto lines 51 or 52.  Upon arrival at Lido island, exit the vaporetto station and walk straight down the Gran Viale.  Along the way, you will pass cozy sidewalk cafes serving up yummy, reasonably priced food.  We enjoyed La Pizzeria, which was right by the vaporetto station. La Pizzeria had great pizza at a good price.  Continuing down Gran Viale, you will eventually just wind up at the beach.

I have to be honest, we really did not enjoy this excursion all that much.  Since cars are allowed on the island, the area loses the charm that you find on Venice.  When we arrived at the beach, I was surprised by how dirty it was.  I knew that the sand was gritty and the beach would be crowded in the summer, but I was not expecting the amount of trash everywhere.  It was truly like people just didn’t bother to throw anything away.  We looked around and walked back to town not really spending any time on the beach.  It was disappointing.

I would have to recommend taking a tour or visiting a museum instead of visiting the beach.

Photo Safari

After visiting the beach (and not taking any pictures), we allowed ourselves to just get lost on the streets of Venice and have a photo safari.  While visiting Venice, don’t be embarrassed to stop and take pictures any and everywhere.  I see it as a compliment to the beautiful island.  I mean, who can resist the charm of Venice.  72 Hours in Venice

72 Hours in Venice

 

Ending our 72 Hours in Venice

We loved Venice!  I could just go on and on about our experiences.  I feel like Venice is one of those places that pictures just don’t do it justice.  You definitely have to be there to truly appreciate all that Venice has to offer.  Venice stole my heart.  I know that we will be here again one day!

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51 Comments

  1. Haley kelly

    Amazing! Sounds like you two had a blast!

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    • thattexascouple

      Hi Haley! We really did. Italy is always our favorite place, but we loved our entire European adventure. Be looking for more posts to come.

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  2. Tiffany

    Awesome!!! Titus and I will be going to Europe for our 10 year anniversary. This is so helpful as we will be doing London, Paris, Venice and Rome, all about 3 days each!! You guys are so cute!!! Thanks for the tips!!

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    • thattexascouple

      Hi Tiffany! It sounds like you will have an amazing trip. Marty and I have been blessed enough to visit all of those places. I will get busy writing more posts to see if I can help you even further. Be sure to read our posts about Paris: 10 Reasons to Visit Chateau Fountainebleau, and Three Days in Paris.

      E-mail me if you have specific questions and I will gladly assist in any way I can!

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  3. Mayuri

    OMG! I am in love with all the pictures you have taken. I love Venice but looking from your eyes…I am now yearning to go back. Thanks 🙂

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    • thattexascouple

      Thank you Mayuri! That is so sweet. Venice is a magical place. I am yearning to go back also. LOL

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  4. Anisa

    I really loved Venice too, it’s been years since I have gone though so I think it’s about time to go back. I remember the bridge of sighs being so moving too. Pinned your post for future reference.
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    • thattexascouple

      Thank you for saving. I was in awe the entire time in Venice. I felt that everywhere we turned there was another perfect photo opportunity. LOL

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  5. Jessica

    Great post and wonderful photos! Venice is a dream, isn’t it? I only wish I’d made it to Burano…those colorful houses are something out of a fairytale!

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    • thattexascouple

      Venice is absolutely amazing. We are considering going back for Carnavale! Burano was gorgeous as well and everyone there was so nice. Add it to your list for next time 😉

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  6. Steph

    Fab write-up, and some great photos. Hope your tailbone and wrist have recovered!

    I watched a tv show recently about the secret bits in the Doge’s Palace and it was fascinating, booking a tour is probably a good idea as I’m hopefully treating myself to a birthday trip to Venice in January.

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    • thattexascouple

      I would love the name of that show if you remember it. My tailbone and wrist have thankfully recovered, well mostly, LOL! Thanks for asking! Yes, I highly recommend booking the tour especially the Secret Itineraries one. We heard from several people it was good.

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  7. Kristen

    Venice looks so lovely. Your photos are incredible! I really want to go, but bummed that recently I’ve heard a lot about how it’s overrun with tourists and the locals are protesting against tourism. Regardless, I still hope to see it some day. Maybe I’ll go during the offseason. Thanks for sharing your beautiful pictures!

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    • thattexascouple

      Thank you so much! We went in the summer and it was very crowded around the “touristy” areas like St. Mark’s Square. It seemed like when the cruise ships left in the evenings, that died down a lot and the island was far less crowded. We felt the people were really nice and we loved staying in the area where the locals live instead of the more touristy areas.

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  8. Sarah

    Wow you guys did so much! We were only in Venice for one day but really got a feel for it. What a great city.

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    • thattexascouple

      We just loved Venice Sarah. We hope to go back for Carnevale!!

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  9. catalina

    Loved reading your post. My husband and I are going in October, along with Paris and Rome. We actually got a tour of the 3 islands: Murano, Burano and Torcello or something like that. SO EXCITED!! Thanks for your tips!

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    • thattexascouple

      Thank you, Catalina! I’m so glad you found it helpful! Be sure to check out our posts about Paris. We loved visiting Chateau Fountainbleau as a day trip from Paris. We have also been to Rome, I just haven’t written about it yet. I’ll get to it so you can get some more tips 🙂

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  10. Maggie

    Venice is one of my favorite destinations! I’ve been seeing so many negative articles about tourists trashing the place and locals mad about all the cruise ships docking there, so this is a nice read! Did you try those little sandwiches all the shops sell? I think we lived on them while there!

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    • thattexascouple

      Hi, Maggie! I have read some of those articles as well, and I also get frustrated. My husband and I always try to be so respectful of the places we visit by learning their culture and values. I wish everyone did the same and realized it’s an honor to be a tourist in so many places. Yet another reason we try to find accommodations in the area out of the tourist zone.

      We did try the sandwiches, they were a super easy and fast lunch :). Of course, I think I lived off of wine and gelato. LOL!

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  11. Brianna

    Venice is a beautiful place, but gosh it has gotten so touristy. I visited in the month of April several years ago and it was pretty busy, but it has gotten much worse since then. I encourage people to visit other, smaller towns in Italy to get a real feel for the country.

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    • thattexascouple

      I completely agree, Brianna. Italy is my favorite country, and I feel that Venice really has a different personality and vibe than many of the other Italian cities. My Italy bucket list just wasn’t complete without it 🙂

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  12. Clazz - An Orcadian Abroad

    Brilliant!! I’m looking at going to Venice next month and I keep feeling like it might be one of those places that ends up disappointing me, because suddenly nothing about it was really drawing me in. This, though! Your post has really made me want to visit, and I appreciate the in-depth itinerary too as my visit will be pretty short!
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    • thattexascouple

      I’m so glad that our post inspired you to visit. Venice itself is just magical. Although we didn’t really do anything “adventurous”, it was just being there and being in the moment on the romance and beauty. I hope that you have a great time!

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  13. Cat Holladay

    Great post! We were in Venice over 10 years ago and only had 48 hours – I would have loved to have had an extra day to do some of the things you’ve mentioned here! One day we will have to go back!

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    • thattexascouple

      Thanks, Cat! I really wanted more time, but like you said one day I will just have to go back!

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  14. Samantha

    Looks like you had a wonderful packed 3 days in Venice! The streets look so romantic and majestic. I would just love to wander around – and take a ride on one of those boats, of course!

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    • thattexascouple

      It was absolutely magical Samantha. You should definitely add it to your bucket list.

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  15. Kris

    This is perfect! I’m heading to Venice for the first time in January, so I’m doing lots of research to plan my trip. Looking at your pictures has me extra excited to get to see these sights for myself.

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    • thattexascouple

      I’m so glad you enjoyed it, Kris! Venice is such a dreamy place. I hope you find it as magical as we did.

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  16. Joy Generoso

    It seems like you guys had amazing time in Venice. My husband and I were in Venice 3 years ago and unfortunately we don’t have enough time to explore this lovely city. The Rialto bridge was in renovation at that time. We’re planning to go back and hopefully we can spend few more days to enjoy it, just like you do. Taking some important notes from this post that we can use in our return. 🙂

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    • thattexascouple

      I understand Joy. We were in Rome a few years ago, and the Trevi Fountain was under renovation :(. We decided it was just a sign that we had to return. I’m glad to hear our post provided some useful information for you.

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  17. Jean

    Oh Venice! My dream destination. Looks like you had a whole lot of fun. So jealous

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    • thattexascouple

      It was one of my dream destinations also. Dreams come true! I hope they do for you also 🙂

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  18. Chandrika

    Loved the photos! Venice is truly a dream destination for us 🙂 Good to know you could see so much of it in just 72 hours!

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    • thattexascouple

      Thank you, Chandrika! We had a great time and really did get to see so much during our time there.

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  19. Aarti Kamath

    Your post revived Sept 2016 for me when we were there! ..

    Stunning pics and you need nothing more than that to explain Venice to the world .. 🙂 .. I have forgotten the number of Gelatos I have had there! .. Did you enjoy your food tour?

    Most of all, I loved the musicals which are staged at St. Marks Square each evening .. Oh, Venice! .. I hope to go there again some day! :)..

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    • thattexascouple

      I am so glad our post brought back such wonderful memories to you Aarti, and thank you for the compliment on the photos. Although you know that photos just don’t do it justice. It’s something about being there, smelling the smells and hearing the sounds that make Venice come alive.

      Yes, we really enjoyed the food tour. It made me try things I might not of on my own :). But the gelato, nothing compares to Italian gelato! Maybe that’s why I came home 5 pounds heavier. LOL!

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  20. Cyndie

    Venice is on my bucket list. I am afraid that I would not want to leave. Your pictures are stunning and you were able to see a lot in three days!

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    • thattexascouple

      I think it should be on everyone’s bucket list, it’s such a beautiful city. My husband is our official photographer, so I will be sure and pass on the compliments about his photos :).

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  21. Tara Mitchell

    You guys really maximized your time while in Venice! The pictures are stunning and have me dreaming about booking a trip to Venice ASAP!

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    • thattexascouple

      Thank you, Tara!!

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  22. krista

    This is such an awesome post! I almost did the exact same things, except I did Torcello instead of Cicchetti, I would love to go back and explore more. Venice is one of those cities you can always go back and enjoy more and more (and more pizza and pasta HAHA) beautiful post and your photos are simply gorgeous!

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    • thattexascouple

      Thank you so much, Krista! I agree I could go back to Venice again and again and love it every time. I didn’t do the Torcello, so I will have to try it next time. Thanks for the compliments on the pics. Venice is such a gorgeous city, I feel like every photo is a good one. LOL!

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  23. Harmony, Momma To Go

    I had to pass through Venice once but have not been back! We hope to go this summer. Love that sound of you AirBnB. the taxi pass seems like a great way to get around. I guess we will skip the beach – at first I was like oh wow, that sounds awesome, but not if its dirty!

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    • thattexascouple

      Oh, I hope you like it! We really loved Venice! I personally didn’t like the beach at all. Maybe there are nicer areas than the one we wound up on?? The water taxi was fun, but we really preferred walking. There was just too much to look at! LOL!

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  24. Exploring Curiously

    Wow, you really covered some ground! I am impressed that you only got lost once. But I guess my goal was to get lost and see what I see, so I wasn’t trying very hard to stay found. Like you wrote about, there is so much to do in Venice!

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  25. umiko

    Looks like you guys had a lot of fun on your 72 hours stay in Venice. This is a very useful information for when one is thinking about a trip to Venice. I almost went there in the mid 90s, but a miscommunication didn’t take me there. 🙁 Maybe I have to go there with my own family.

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    • thattexascouple

      Hi Umiko! We had a blast! I hate that a miscommunication made you miss out on such an awesome place. Definitely plan a trip to Venice soon! It’s amazing!

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  26. Maggie Torsney-Weir

    I’ve never been to Venice, but was concerned about the tourist crowds as some other commenters mentioned. It still looks magical, though. You packed a lot into a short time!

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    • thattexascouple

      Hi Maggie! Thanks for reading our post! The island did get really crowded on days the cruise ships were in port, but we just chose to stay out of the tourist areas on those days and explore other things. I think choosing a place to stay out of the tourist areas helped also. 🙂

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This is a great 1, 2, or 3 day itinerary for Venice.  It includes must see sights on the island, Murano, Burano, the beach and gives you down time to relax and just get lost in Venice!  #Venice #visitvenice #Italy #veniceitinerary #bridgeofsighs #burano #murano #dogespalace