Waiting for Springtime in Venice


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For many, winter isn’t the ideal time to travel. Wintertime instead is reserved exclusively for snow sports while vacationing in the mountains.  We’ve already seen the advantages of visiting a city of art like Venice during the winter but for those who prefer to wait for spring, here are some things to do with the warmer season.


A walk in the public parks or Sant’Elena

Springtime is when the city and its nature awake from the cold winter. Venice is a little island, but is fortunate enough to possess romantic green gardens.  You’ll find a beautiful green oasis in the different parks of the city or gardens (open to the public) some museums like Ca’ Rezzonico or the Museum of Natural History. You’ll be happy to have included this break in your vacation.


A coffee in campo

The time of drinking a coffee or spritz indoors has finally come to an end. Especially if it’s a beautiful morning, or mild afternoon when the days are longer. You can’t pass up the café or bàcaro with the tables outside… possibly along a quiet fondamenta or characteristic campiello. Fortunately there isn’t just Piazza San Marco. Coffee break will never have tasted sweeter.


A bike ride around Lido

Sometimes its good to change perspective. So then why not take advantage of seeing Venice from the island that separates it from the Adriatic Sea.  Lido. During the most beautiful spring days renting a bike in Santa Maria Elizabetta and cycling along the coast up to Murazzi is an amazing experience.


Basking in the sun at the Zattere

Many Students do it during winter, but during spring relaxing on one of the benches or sitting alongside the Zattere with your feet suspended over the Giudecca canal is a moment to try during your visit in Venice. You won’t regret it.

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