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Cannaregio


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Canale di Cannaregio
Venice, Veneto 30124

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"I would reiterate what others responders have said: don’t even think of driving. Italian trains are simplicity itself to negotiate, and are usually very efficient. Tickets for local trains can be easily purchased at the stations from machines, and you can select English on screen. For intercity trains you can book online. Check out seat61.com for more advice about train travel. Book in advance for important tourist sites such as the Uffizi Gallery and the Colosseum - the queues are long and time consuming otherwise. My personal recommendations - things we’ve enjoyed doing in the three cities you’ll be visiting: If you want to splash out, I can recommend two guided tours: the Walks of Italy ‘Pristine Sistine’ tour - it was terrific - well worth the money. In Venice we did the ‘Alone in St Mark's Square’ tour (also by Walks of Italy) - again, I highly recommend - expensive but totally worthwhile. Province of Florence is stuffed with wonderful sites all within an easily walkable historic centre. If you’re fit and not claustrophobic, don’t miss the climb up inside the dome of the cathedral. Walk up to Piazzale Michelangelo at sunset for stellar views of the city. Visit the Brancacci Chapel in the Oltrarno district to see a renaissance masterpiece. Take a guided tour out to the Chianti region, San Gimignano and Siena. From Rome I definitely recommend Tivoli for a day trip out of the city. It’s easy to do yourself using public transport. There is a hidden bar/speakeasy scene in Rome. We didn’t eventually do it, but if that interests you it would be worth doing some researching to find out about how to visit one. Visit the Borghese Gallery and Museum for amazing works of art - but this one absolutely must be booked well in advance as tickets are limited and sell out. Visit: !"  See More

"Closer in parts of Cannaregio and Castello as well."  See More

"Spend time in the Cannaregio and Dorsoduro neighborhoods, slightly less crowds, more reasonable food."  See More

"I think Cannaregio is a good place to stay if you can find a hotel there."  See More

"Whoever's going to visit Venice must stop at the il Paradiso Perduto (in Cannaregio) for lunch, dinner or just an happy hour!"  See More








   
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