Category Archives: Castello

  • venice without stress

    How to Visit Venice stress free

    How beautiful is Venice? Well, a lot, no doubt. You have to visit it at least once in your life. And the time that you do, it shouldn’t be stressful it should be a perfect vacation in a unique reality. The first step to doing so is to think of the city as a living entity, and not just an open museum.  Continue reading

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    5 things to do in Venice when it rains

    Of course, Venice is a city on water, but finding yourself on a rainy vacation isn’t the best. Fortunately, an island with centuries of history and infinite artistic resources doesn’t shy away from a storm or a couple days of bad weather. So here are some suggestions on what to do when it rains in Venice.

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    Festivals not to miss in Venice

    They say that venetians aren’t left with many spaces to live in due to tourism. It’s true, but there are times when the few lagoon residents wouldn’t give up these moments for anything in the world. These are the festivals most loved and exactly here you can uncover the heart and soul of Music, good food, and an atmosphere unique to the world. They are the perfect ingredients to avoid the itineraries most known and a way to enjoy this very alive and genuine representation of this marvelous island. Here are the rendezvous not to be missed when in Venice:

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    How to prepare yourself when visiting Venice

    Here we go. Tickets in hand. Reservations made and expectations high! You are about to visit Venice, I mean its no Detroit (with all respect). If you have already visited, by now you can’t get enough; but if it’s your first time in Venice, here then is a few suggestions to experience your vacation to the max!

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    Venice’s Secret

    Amongst the infinite Italian marvels, there is a small island in the northeast that hides a great secret. Millions of people every year visit it.  Everyone in the world knows of it. Try showing a picture of St. Marks square to a Japanese child or an elderly Brazilian, trust me they will recognize it to be Venice.  Continue reading