Venice Travel Guide

Venice Travel Guide, Venice, Italy (B)

The last time I visited Venice was during a whirlwind Italy trip about six years previous. I will admit that I was largely inexperienced in planning or preparing for a trip, had done almost no research, and spent all of five hours total in Venice itself. See Part One for the details of that trip.

This time was much different. Venice was our first stop in Italy as part of a four month Europe trip; meticulously researched and planned. We knew what we liked and what we wanted to see, and we discovered how to have an awesome time on a limited budget in one of the most notorious tourist traps in the world. 

We traveled to Venice from Piran, Slovenia (see Piran blog), which would normally go something like; Piran (Portorož) – Koper – Trieste (Italy) – Venice; using buses and trains. Lets take a better look at the options available.

Piran to Koper bus costs €2.70 and departs regularly Monday to Friday, a couple of times a day on weekends, and takes 15-30 minutes. That’s the only way to go Piran to Koper. ...... (follow the instructions below for accessing the rest of this article).
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Guide Name: Venice Travel Guide
Guide Location: Italy » Venice
Guide Type: Self-guided Walking Tour (Article (B))
Author: Kane Power
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Sight(s) Featured in This Guide:
  • Osteria Al Portego
  • Bacareto Da Lele
  • Osteria Alla Ciurma
  • Cantina del Vino Schiavi
  • Cantina Do Mori
  • Cantina Do Spade
  • Dal Moro’s

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