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I learned extra Italian words just because I wanted to have it on show in cafes. She was joking, right? Even though the web is filled with Venice travel blog posts like this one , I always double up on my research with a good old, print travel guide. Italian Phrasebook by Penguin pic above — this is one good looking paperback book. One of the biggest appeals of the City of Canals is the water and how everything is conducted on it. This is definitely my favourite way to do my Venice sightseeing, soaking up local life. Of course, with Venice being a city of water, the City Sightseeing tour means your Venice sightseeing is done by boat. And with this tour, you get 5 eating and drinking stops in 2. Now, whenever I get to a new city, I hop on one of these tours because I know I will both get an overview of what is where as well as the best things to do in Venice. For me, this was one of the best things to do in Venice. Look out for a tiny sign above an alley written in Hebrew, which will take you into the Jewish Ghetto. Not only is it one of the best things to see in Venice, it is also one of the best free things to do in Venice…if you can resist buying 4 kilos of cheese. Just up the road from where the above picture was taken. No blending of peaches. After a few nights wandering through Venice at night, I came to a strong realisation about the city. Not got 4 hours to spare? This time round, I promised my stomach I would do things better and I booked straight on to a food tour. You can browse your tour options here. San Marco Campanile, the big, tall bell tower in St Marks Square is definitely one of the most iconic Venice sites and people queue forever to go up it. These are tours I have put together with local drivers to bring you private tours to small, family owned vineyards where you can taste only the premium, DOCG Prosecco. But do be prepared. Usually with a triple buggy. Learning to explore Venice without the crowds, the city has really gotten under my skin. Go out, explore, get lost, enjoy. As I packed up my bag, I vowed never to go back. It comes second place after tripe on my list of least favourite Italian foods but, hey, at least I tried it. A day trip from Venice is the perfect tonic. No popping of corks. Check out my list of the best restaurants in Venice, covering every dining category I can think of. It was an anomaly to be written off as a bad experience, not to be encountered again. This is the tour I took and loved. The major bonus — no waiting for other people or having to share your transfer. I think the locals were impressed too. Want to add some sparkle literally? These days, with more tourists than locals, the gondolas exist largely for tourist purposes. A good decision, it turned out because instead of queuing to get into the sights, the guide had pre-ordered priority access part of the ticket and we made our way straight up to the mezzanine. Deliveries are made, commutes occur, children travel to school and even ambulances take the form of a boat. What bemuses me most about the fracas to get a shot in front of the Bridge of Sighs is that the whole significance of the bridge is the views it gives out over Venice. Otherwise, wander through the back streets and follow your nose. Also, all the crowds can leave you feeling a bit overwhelmed. Here goes…. But just as amazing, I got a thick slathering of history. Special occasion? Instead of sticking with the crowds, take a tour of the Doge Palace and the prisons. As well, the general area around the square piazza is called San Marco. I get it. Pop into a bar if you must. You can read more here. You can book a private boat transfer here.{/INSERTKEYS}{/PARAGRAPH} The rule makes sense given so much of the city is made of wood and we hardly want to see the the city of Venice catch alight. Canareggio is a great option for food and drinks without the tourist prices. Not only was this a hugely satisfying tour that review is left by my stomach , it was also one of the most fun things to do in Venice. You can loop back via Misericordia. Here are some of the best day trips from Venice to work into your trip. {PARAGRAPH}{INSERTKEYS}I hated Venice the first time I visited. Want a third, popular option? Finally, if all the day crowds want to make you jump into the lagoon and swim all the way out to the Adriatic sea, take some solace in the fact that once the night arrives, the city quietens considerably. The tour I took gave special access to the terrace not available on most other tours , which comes complete with spectacular views out over Venice. Instead, take a 2-hour, spacious boat ride down the Grand Canal, under the Rialto bridge and out towards the smaller islands. The main choices are private water taxis just like regular taxis but on water and water buses known as the vaporetto just like regular buses…ok, you get it. The journey takes around 50 minutes depending where your hotel is. What follows is my tips for planning your visit including booking tours, where to stay, where to eat, how to get to Venice from the airport and more. The bridge and the tiny lattice gaps gave prisoners their very last view out over Venice before they died. Want to experience Venice carnival but not visiting in spring? By ascending the bell tower across the way, you get panoramic views across the whole of Venice island, including the famous campanile. You can find out more here and read reviews here. Read almost any article about what to do in Venice and it will tell you to take a Gondola ride. Not even a full ml champagne glass. Picture above. Fun Prosecco fact: did you know there is a Prosecco vending machine nestled in the Prosecco hills? This is one of my favourite views in Venice and always on my list when friends ask me what to see in Venice. There are some great activities on year round from a carnival themed walking tour, a carnival pub crawl to carnival mask making website. This is on my list for my next visit to Venice. This tour is a wonderful blend of eating plus history along the way and includes 7 — yes, 7 eating stops — over 4 hours. Want to find out more? My favourites are:. Otherwise, you can find more Venice travel blog posts over there. Perhaps the most popular aperitivo you will see in Venice and the rest of Italy the Aperol spritz is a cocktail made with a large measure of Aperol similar to Campari but much sweeter , topped with Prosecco — actual Prosecco — chilled with ice and served with a slice of orange and a dash of soda water. As though another part of Venice has opened up, with a modern shopping street but also the history of the Jewish Ghetto, in Canareggio you can spend a few hours getting to know real Venice without the crowds. Wine not? Take a food tour. Venice at night is truly magical. Simply wandering the quiet streets is on of the best things to do in Venice at night. The question is, which one to choose? This Venice: 2. Wine at 11am? Or maybe they were laughing at my mangled Italian. I especially love the 3D maps — here it is on Amazon. If you want more suggestions, check out my post about the Best Restaurants in Venice , which includes lots of chicchetti and bar recommendations. Arrive hungry. At the beginning of your research and not sure what are the top sights in Venice? The crowds. Do yourself a favour: take the pressure off, pick a couple of must see in Venice attractions and see them well. What about a day-trip Prosecco tasting? It was so popular that I returned to the Prosecco region as well as Venice. This one goes with me on every trip. The transfer will take you as close as it physically can. Most of us are familiar with Prosecco, the Champagne of Italy, but did you know that the Prosecco region is just an hour away from Venice? The real ones, which are thought to be the oldest on earth at about 2, years old, are located inside the terrace.