Tag Archives: Secrets

  • Why Choose My Venice Apartment

    One thing we can all agree on is that: Venice is unique and beautiful. It’s no matter if you’ve only seen Venice through a post card, or movie, or television or if you’ve been just once. Venice is Venice. Period. And like all beautiful things, it’s important to enjoy and share its beauty. Continue reading

  • Venice: Details count

    We’re used to using our finger not the moon.  So you can imagine what it’s like getting to a new and different city like Venice for the first time.  You’ll be bewildered and stunned. Different from all other cities yet it will seem familiar since you’ve seen it so many times in the movies or in pictures on Facebook. Continue reading

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    The 4 (thousand) seasons in Venice

    Venice is an enigma, a mystery, a city meant to discover over and over again. Even though it may be small and timeless no visit is ever the same. The thousand different façades of such a beautiful city of art multiply exponentially thanks to many factors, which continues to modify its living conditions. Continue reading

  • Why Love Venice in the Autumn

    There are many ways- and periods to enjoy Venice. Everyone tends to have their favorite season, the one that puts them at ease, the one that satisfies their body and soul. So why not combine these moments with a trip to the lagoon? If autumn is on your side, you are lucky: Venice is amazing during this season. Continue reading

  • Venetian Itinerary: What to see day by day in Venice

    We like to let you know about the different curiosities, alternative ways, and different perspectives that Venice has to offer you week by week.  We often find that even those who visit Venice longer than a couple of days are tempted to visit only the main attractions in the San Marco area. Though these are surely the most popular and beautiful places on the island, they most definitely are not the only ones that will leave you breathless.  Continue reading

  • Discover Museums in Venice by Night

    It’s called “Museums in the moonlight” organized by the City Museums.  It’s a great idea that you’ll love right away.  If you want to enjoy the immeasurable artistic patrimony hosted in these Venetian Museums in a new atmosphere, but without the infinite long lines, why not visit them by night? Continue reading

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    Venice for Everyone: Itinerary for special needs

    Venice is splendid and unique. It is a concentration of architectural marvels and engineering challenges. (Just think the whole city rests on a forest of wooden pillars.) Obviously over the years its peculiarity has rendered it even more special and interesting. Yet there are those that because of its lack of cars, the many bridges (more than 400) have found it too “difficult” to appreciate especially for those with physical handicaps.  Continue reading

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    Erbe Matte: In Venice there is an incredible garden

    Venice is an island (in fact it’s made up of a bunch of islands) with a dense and unique city built on calm water. For centuries, the sea was the most important resource for the city, even in regards to nutrition. Today the fish caught from the lagoon is considered the gastronomical excellence of Venetian cuisine, making the sea still an economic fortune in Venice. Continue reading

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    A day in Venice: Murano

    Everyone knows about Murano. All over the world when it comes to glass (artistic glass.) It is the first to come to mind. Murano Chandeliers adorn the most luxurious apartments all over the world and in the houses of fortunate Venetians. But Murano is also one of the more residential islands of the lagoon, which makes it a lively and bustling little city in Venice. Continue reading

  • A sustainable vacation in Venice

    Those who choose My Venice Apartment favor a type of vacation that doesn’t cater to the usual tourist. It’s a slow type of trip in discovering Venice. And we are proud of this Venice; this is why we suggest you visit Venice during the low season (not in the summer.) Not only because you can discover a different Venice but a more authentic less crowded one so you can feel the true nature of this island of the lagoon. Continue reading

  • A day in Venice: Santa Croce

    We’ve gathered, there isn’t just Saint Mark’s Square in Venice. In our journey throughout this beautiful city we’ve already gone over brief itineraries to enjoy the hidden routes or the less crowded areas especially when visiting populated quarters like Cannaregio and Castello or lively quarters like San Polo and Dorsoduro. Continue reading