Lido Island Walking Tour, Venice

Lido Island Walking Tour, Venice

Lido is the largest island of Venice city. It is long, but not wide at all, very different from the circular form of the main city. Lido is known for its very popular places, a movie was made here and there are some other secrets that this particular guide offers you. Ready for adventure? Ride on!
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Lido Island Walking Tour Map

Guide Name: Lido Island Walking Tour
Guide Location: Italy » Venice (See other walking tours in Venice)
Guide Type: Self-guided Walking Tour (Sightseeing)
# of Attractions: 9
Tour Duration: 2 hour(s)
Travel Distance: 3.6 km
Author: nicole
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Lido

1) Lido

The Lido — or Venice Lido (Lido di Venezia) — is an 11 kilometres (7 miles) long sandbar in Venice, northern Italy; it is home to about 20,000 residents. The Venice Film Festival takes place at the Lido every September. The island is home to three settlements. The Lido itself, in the north, is home to the Film Festival, the Grand Hotel des Bains, the Venice Casino and the Grand Hotel Excelsior. Malamocco, in the centre, was the first and, for a long time, the only settlement. It was at one...   view more
Sight description based on wikipedia
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Hotel Des Bains

2) Hotel Des Bains

This is one of the wealthiest hotels in Venice. The novel "Death in Venice" was written here, and the movie of the same name was shot here in 1971. The building itself was erected in 1900 and it always reflected the rich, sumptuous, magnificent wealth of Venice. It contains a few buildings with wonderful parks and swimming...   view more
Sight description based on wikipedia
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Planetarium

3) Planetarium

Venice is the city where Galileo Galilei first unveiled the telescope in 1610. From ages 4 to 104 - this is one of the most amazing places in this city. It is able to accomodate 60 persons at a time and the astonishing view upon celestial bodies will stay many years untouched in your...   view more
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Lido Beach

4) Lido Beach

Even though surrounded by the sea, Venice is not exactly a beach city. If looking for a warm and large beach, get "stranded" on the Lido island. Other than the beach itself, the island boasts magnificent sunset views. There are many little gift shops, Italian fast food restaurants and, of course, friendly locals to complete the picture. The place is also famous as the shooting location of the "Death in Venice"...   view more
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Trattoria Favorita

5) Trattoria Favorita

Trattoria Favorita is a cozy restaurant in Lido, where locals and tourists have the joy of drinking some great wines, taste wonderful food and make conversation. Sometimes, the restaurant hosts local weddings. For some, this is one of the points that divides the northern and central parts of Lido...   view more
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Canal Alley

6) Canal Alley

Lido island is not as fragmented by canals as Venice, this is why a canal alley is a rare thing in Lido. The authorities built this magnificent canal alley to give the city a fresh, green area that surrounds the water. The canal is not as large as the Great Canal of Venice, but if you're lucky you might get a chance to go on a little boat...   view more
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Lido Graveyard

7) Lido Graveyard

A big part of Lido Island is occupied by a wonderful, green and peaceful place, the cemetery. No, no, it does not look like a typical, scary movie graveyard. The tombstones are mostly very old, each of them bearing a little part of the artistic heritage of Venice. The entrance is free. The flora within the cemetery is very varied and it looks more like a piece of...   view more
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Parrocchia San Nicolo' Di Lido

8) Parrocchia San Nicolo' Di Lido

San Nicolò al Lido is a church in Venice. It is located in the northern part of Venice's Lido, and houses the relics of St. Nicholas, patron of sailors. Here is celebrated the traditional thanksgiving mass of the Sposalizio del Mare ("Marriage of the Sea"). The complex is held by the Franciscan order. The convent and the church, located to its main access to the sea, date to the origins of the independent Venice, in the early Middle Ages. From here, in 996, 998 and 1000, sailed...   view more
Sight description based on wikipedia
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Lido Airport

9) Lido Airport

This is a truly, amazing place. It is not a traditional, huge modern building. The place is covered with green grass, not very big planes and even a cafe. The style of the main building is typical for Italy, and it is painted in warm, pleasant...   view more

Walking Tours in Venice, Italy

Religious Edifices Walking Tour

Religious Edifices Walking Tour

As a tourist, you definitely are aware that a country like Italy, especially a city like Venice, has a lot of sacred sites. It would be a pity not to take a look at some of the wonderful buildings built by humans in the name of the Lord. Glorious artists, architects and their disciples have given their lives and talent for our pleasure for centuries.

Tour Duration: 2 hour(s)
Travel Distance: 2.6 km
Northern Venice Attractions Walking Tour

Northern Venice Attractions Walking Tour

The Northern Area of Venice is full of places of great historical and cultural importance. This tour offers you a view of some of the loveliest churches of Venice such as the Basilica dei Santi Giovanni e Paolo and Chiesa dei Santissimi Apostoli.

Tour Duration: 1 hour(s)
Travel Distance: 1.2 km
Castello District Walking Tour

Castello District Walking Tour

The eastern Castello area hosts the city's most extensive green area. Castello is the largest district of Venice. It has been inhabited since the 5th century and has a number of attractions for tourists, like the Basilica of San Pietro di Castello, the Arsenale di Venezia and the Biennale exhibits. It was and is home to Venice's most important industries.

Tour Duration: 2 hour(s)
Travel Distance: 2.8 km
Dorsoduro Walking Tour

Dorsoduro Walking Tour

Dorsoduro is one of the six districts of Venice, whose name translates as “hard bridge” from Italian, due to the area's relatively high terrain. The city's highest spots, along with Giudecca Island and Isola Sacca Fisola, are found here. Dorsoduro is home to some of Venice's most picturesque canals, historic locations and cultural venues, including Basilica di Santa Maria della Salute, Peggy Guggenheim Collection, Campo San Barnaba and Campo Santa Margherita. If modern art and historic architecture combined sounds like your kind of fun, Dorsoduro is the right place to go.

Tour Duration: 2 hour(s)
Travel Distance: 2.0 km
Rialto Brige Area Walking Tour

Rialto Brige Area Walking Tour

The area is first mentioned in sources dating back to the 9th century. The Rialto was almost completely destroyed by fire in 1514. The only structure left standing was the church of San Giacomo di Rialto. The Rialto continues to be a busy shopping area with a daily vegetable market, Erberia, and a fish market in the Fish Camp.

Tour Duration: 2 hour(s)
Travel Distance: 1.9 km
City Orientation Walking Tour

City Orientation Walking Tour

Largely regarded as one of the most romantic places ever built by man, the city of Venice is spread across 118 islands collectively earning it the nicknames of the City of Water and the City of Bridges. Other than the bridges, though, the city abounds in museums, basilicas and other historic sights. For a chance to visit some of these and learn more about Venice, embark on this self-guided walk!

Tour Duration: 4 hour(s)
Travel Distance: 5.5 km

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