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3 days trip in Venice

Quan PhamQuan Pham6 months ago
3 days trip in Venice

Venice is an island which has several parts linking to one another by bridges, and canals. When you come to visit Venice, make sure to have sneakers, and jackets. Even in the summer, it can get chilly at night. 3 days is enough to visit the iconic monuments, the beaches, the alleys and to enjoy the food. However you can extend your stay however you like, the longer you stay in Venice, the more hidden gems you could discover.

Day 1

Venice, transportation, Food, and accommodation

Arriving and accommodation

You can reach Venice by boat, by taxi, by train, or by bus. The bus fare from the Venice Airport (Marco Polo Airport) to the main bus station is 8€, the return ticket is 15€. When you reach Venice and its surrounding area ( Mestre), it is recommended to buy the day pass Ticket (1 Day 23,00 € - 2 Days 33,00 € - 3 Days 43,00). The main ưays to travel from Mainland to Venice is by train or the bus. When you reach Piazzale Roma (Venice main bus station), There are 3 ways to move around Venice, by walking, by the Vaporetto (Water bus) and by water taxi.  Buy the day pass from the ticket machine found in Piazzale Roma or Mestre bus station ( Mestre Centro B7), you will recognize it by a large square with several buses parking.

Piazzale Roma
Piazzale Roma, Venice, Metropolitan City of Venice, Italy

Photo by Francesco De Tommaso on Unsplash

Remember with a day pass, you can travel everywhere in Venice without buying the ticket again. All you have to do is to hop on a vaporetto when it arrives at the stop. Be careful with your steps, the vaporetto will wobble at the dock, make sure to wear sneakers with a grippy sole.

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Food 

Where to find restaurants in Venice, or more precisely, where to find the restaurants that the locals come to eat ? The only 2 keywords are “Campo Santa Margherita" and “Fondamente Nove”.Both places are square and alley with tons of fantastical restaurants when actual locals and students come to eat. You will find the dishes here are truly made by Italians and not just for tourists. Plus, the prices are really affordable around 25€ to 30€ each person.

Campo Santa Margherita
Campo Santa Margherita, Venice, Metropolitan City of Venice, Italy

Fondamente Nove
Fondamente Nove, Venice, Metropolitan City of Venice, Italy

Day 2

Visit the iconic monuments in Venice

Venice is well-known for her 1000 years of history. You would find the city full of old churches, palaces. Sometimes you would be lost in this plethora of gothic architecture. The most important attractions are 

Saint Mark's Basilica
Saint Mark's Basilica, Piazza San Marco, Venice, Metropolitan City of Venice, Italy

Santa Maria della Salute
Santa Maria della Salute, Dorsoduro, Venice, Metropolitan City of Venice, Italy

Gallerie dell'Accademia
Gallerie dell'Accademia, Campo della Carità, Venice, Metropolitan City of Venice, Italy

Palazzo Ducale
Palazzo Ducale, Piazza San Marco, Venezia, Metropolitan City of Venice, Italy

Palazzo Grassi
Palazzo Grassi, Campo San Samuele, Venice, Metropolitan City of Venice, Italy

Peggy Guggenheim Collection
Peggy Guggenheim Collection, Sotoportego e Corte Venier dei Leoni, Venice, Metropolitan City of Venice, Italy

Museo Correr
Museo Correr, Piazza San Marco, Venice, Metropolitan City of Venice, Italy

Teatro La Fenice
Teatro La Fenice, Campo San Fantin, Venice, Metropolitan City of Venice, Italy

Day 3

Visit Lido, the cafe and shopping

 

Lido di Venezia
Lido di Venezia, Metropolitan City of Venice, Italy

is about 40 minutes on vaporetto from Venice. Take the line 5.1 and 5.2 from Piazzale Roma with your day pass. There are so many cafes and gelateria (ice cream stores ) in Lido that the locals enjoy. Walk to the beach will only take you about 15 minutes from the station. The beaches are open for public, no need for a ticket, but if you need to change, head to the cafes on the beach and buy an espresso for 1 euro then ask for the bathroom.

Photo by Tamara Malaniy on Unsplash

The beaches are warm for swimming from June to September. In Venice the cafes in San Marco Square are tourist attractions. They were exclusive to the aristorates before. Some cafes worth visiting are :

Caffè del Doge coffee bar Rialto
Caffè del Doge coffee bar Rialto, Rialto, Calle dei Cinque, Venice, Metropolitan City of Venice, Italy

Caffe Brasilia
Caffe Brasilia, Rio Terrà dei Assassini, Venice, Metropolitan City of Venice, Italy

Caffè Florian
Caffè Florian, Piazza San Marco, Venice, Metropolitan City of Venice, Italy

They are not cheap, which cost around 50 euro for 2 cups of coffee. The normal Italian cafes are just around 2-3 euro each. 

Now the fun part, shopping. You can stroll along the alleys around San Marco Square for big brand name stores like Gucci, Hermes, Louis Vuttons etc. However if you really want to shop, come to the outlet store in Venice,

Noventa di Piave Designer Outlet
Noventa di Piave Designer Outlet, Via Marco Polo, Noventa di Piave, Metropolitan City of Venice, Italy

From Mestre station there is a shuttle bus available daily from Venice Piazzale Roma, with intermediate stops at Mestre Bus Terminal - Railway Station and Marco Polo International Airport. Price for Return ticket €8 - children under 4 years are free of charge

There are tons of things to do in Venice. Stay tuned for more tips when you come visiting Venice. Have fun in Venice and Italy

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