Venice Italy Travel Guide

Every time I visit a new place in Europe, it is more charming than the last. Venice is one of those places, filled with unexpected beauty in every canal. I didn’t know what to expect when I arrived in Venice. I had never been in a city with no cars, and it was more magical than I could have ever imagined. Waking up to swishing boats outside my window and walking up and down the bridges through the canals, I felt like I was in a movie. I couldn’t believe people lived here and this was their way of life. I spent four days in Venice, which was just enough time to try some amazing food and coffee, wander through churches and museums, and scout some shops along the way.

My favorite part about Venice was how quiet it was without the hustle of cars. Exploring a place by foot and boat was such a beautiful and unique experience. One day, I took a water taxi to Murano to watch all of the blown glass being made. Murano is famous for their glass blowing and beautiful colors, spending the afternoon there was so fun. Venice is so beautiful and I can’t wait to return.


La Zucca, Osteria da Alberto, Osteria Alle Testiere, Osteria Al Mascaron, Timon Bar, Ristorante ai Barbacani, Vino Vero, Luna Sentada, Ristorante La Colonna, Taverna Al Remer, Osteria Al Duomo


San Marco Square, Peggy Guggenheim Collection, Water Taxi to Murano & Burano


Libreria Acqua Alta, Vintageria Venezia, L’Armadio Di Coco Luxury Vintage