Discover the wonderful Venice and surroundings
Rising in the Venetian lagoon, over more than 100 small islands connected to one another by bridges, the city and its peculiar landscape are recognized as a World Heritage Site by UNESCO.
Venice may require a bit of time to be truly understood and that’s also because it invites you to follow slow rhythms that perfectly fit with its sixteenth-century traditions.
Venice is located on an archipelago of small islands
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Murano glass: made in Venice
Murano is one of the largest and most famous islands in the Venice Lagoon, it is known all over the world for its glass manufacturing.
There is the opportunity to visit the artisan workshops and admire the glass masters who still use ancient methods to produce masterpieces.