Venice is located on the marshy Venetian Lagoon and is made up of 118 small islands separated by a maze of canals and linked by more than 400 bridges. You probably know about some of Venice’s most historic sites like the dazzling Italo-Byzantine style Basilica de San Marco and the nearby Doges Palace.However, there’s so much more to this unique locale than those two landmarks. Here’s a quick guide on visiting Venice in style and it’s easier than you can ever imagine! You’ll surely have a grand time exploring the City of Canals. Favorite Churches Located right on the Grand Canal in the Dosoduro section of town, the Basilica di Santa Maria della Salute rises up as a testament to the end of a terrible plague in the early 1600s.Known by the Venetians as simply Salute, this baroque-style church holds works by Titian and Tintoretto. In contrast to the extravagant styles […]
"Definitely recommend the Dolce Vita Tour for a first time trip to Italy."
Let me start by saying we had a wonderful and memorable trip to Italy. October is a great time to travel to Italy, however how can you not have a great time in Italy at any time of the year. Chandra and I had a great time on...
Lathika & Chandra Nair (Mount Sinai, NY)
Dolce Vita Tour, October 2011