If you only have a limited time to take in the magic of Venice, then this guide is what you need. In the guide I have included top things to do within one day & accommodation recommendation as well. I hope you will look back on it when you are planning to visit Venice. & I hope you will find it useful. ❤️
Canon EOS 250D | 18mm | 1/500s | f/11 | ISO 100
Taken on 25/02/2020.
Hard to think this photo was taken yesterday towards the end of February with the serene sky and the brilliant blue sea. It's also hard to think that this seaside resort was totally deserted; you could hear a pin drop even along the shade-stricken streets.
Walking along the quiet, empty seafront, I felt as though the beach belonged to me. No doubt this sunkissed sport will be chock-a-block come summer!
Torre Melissa can be reached via train on the Sibari–Catanzaro train line. Astonishingly, I found the train was made up of one carriage. How on earth does this resort cope with heaving holidaymakers during the Easter and summer breaks?
Is it safe to travel to Italy right now? 🇮🇹 I'm getting many messages about the coronavirus situation in Italy. Italy is the third country of coronavirus cases worldwide (I won't express my own opinion about why, it isn't worth the polemic) but keep into consideration that we have 357 cases, 11 deaths and it's around 9 provinces. Many provinces are in quarantine, Lombardy and Veneto are the most dangerous. I believe numbers will keep raising. So why would you risk? Many countries have closed their borders with Italy, it'd be very risky to travel to Italy, specially to the North right now. Stay safe and hope things will get better in Italy 🙏🏼😪 I'm based in Umbria (center of Italy close to Tuscany, we don't have cases here yet) Thanks to who texted me to ask where I'm based, if I'm alright and caring about the whole situation ❤️
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Title: Tremendous Venice. Original Acrylic Painting on Canvas. Measurements: 830x600 mm. Box Mounted. ‘To build a city where it is impossible to build a city, is madness in itself, but to build there one of the most elegant and grandest of cities is the madness of a genius.’ Alexander Herzen.
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Don't forget to look up! You did?! Now enjoy the view😃
This is Hannah, one of my closest friends who I’ve known for over a third of my life. Before my Italy trip with her and Emily, Hannah watched the Julia Roberts romcom ‘Eat Pray Love’ which contained the line “Dolce Far Niente” which translates to “The Sweetness of Nothing” which quickly became our trip motto to just take it easy and relax. She was in the middle of studying for her Masters in Counselling Psychology so we found ourselves learning about growth mindsets in humans through her and tried to master Italian sayings in a short amount of time. Hannah’s knowledge of the Renaissance added so much interesting context to our time in Florence with all of its artistry…. and she even took us to experience some vegan Italian food cooked for us at a small mom and daughter owned vegan resto which was DELISH. My friends are dope.
6 months in italy!
my italian has reached a place where it’s good enough that i can understand when people are talking shit on me, but not good enough that i can call them out on it. i’ve eaten lots of delicious pasta (thanks lorenzo!) and cried at the seamstress. witnessed some of the dreamiest sunsets. downloaded tinder, went on some dates, felt demoralized, and deleted it again. pinched myself a thousand times, in utter disbelief that i basically live inside a museum. i’ve also had times where i felt really alone, wondering wtf i was thinking upending my entire life to come here... and then went for a walk and had a coffee and everything felt right again. the truth is that the IDEA of living here is very different from the reality of actually living here. it’s really challenging, especially if you don’t speak the language and are from a more structured and organized country 🙃 however, moving here has been really good for my personal growth — it’s taught me patience, it’s forced me to slow down and be more reflective, it’s humbled me. it’s not always as dreamy as it was in my dreams but it still feels like the right decision and i think maybe rome just takes her time to welcome you. here’s hoping that someday she will love me back ♥️🙃
Happiest when surrounded by water. 🤗
When I’m surrounded by water and ALSO surrounded by pasta & gelato & people who talk with aggressive hand gestures then WATCH OUT WORLD I cannot be tamed. 🔥🍝 ::::::
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Happy Fat Tuesday! 🎉🍴🍩 It’s heartbreaking to hear that Venice has cancelled the rest of its Carnaval celebrations due to an outbreak of the Coronavirus. Not only is it a disappointment to those people who were planing to attend it, but it seems like a logistical nightmare! 😲
It’s better to be safe than sorry though!
This is a picture of me in Venice just a few months ago, before everyone started panicking about this new coronavirus. You can see just how MANY people are on the Rialto Bridge behind me 👨👩👦👦🧍🏻
Has the recent closure of places in the world impacted any of YOUR travels? 🌎