Venezia: from Rialto to Fondamente Nove

Again we propose a small Venetian itineraries, within a two  hours walk and that can easily be joined together with the others we have already proposed. The advice we often give to our guests is not to be afraid of … Read More

Two of the most beautiful villages (borghi) in Italy: Borghetto and Castellaro Lagusello

Borghetto and Castellaro Lagusello are just a few kilometers from Lake Garda, and are among the most beautiful towns (borghi) in Italy. Borghetto is well known and very popular, while Castellaro Lagusello is much quieter. Let’s go discover them one … Read More

Venice: an itinerary towards Rialto

A short Venetian itinerary A short walk in Venice, from Piazzale Roma (arriving by bus) to the Rialto fish market. NB: the fish market is from Tuesday to Saturday in the mornings.  Arrival in  Venice For this itinerary we recommend … Read More

Bassano del Grappa and the Brenta

Bassano del Grappa is a beautiful village to be visited without rush, walking among noble palaces often frescoed, arcades and squares. A little history of Bassano del Grappa Bassano stands as a rural center and was subject to Roman colonization … Read More

Venice: the terrace of the “Fondaco dei Tedeschi”

The “Fondaco (or fontego) dei Tedeschi” in Venice The “Fondaco dei Tedeschi” is a building overlooking the Grand Canal, near the Rialto bridge. It was the seat of German merchants who used it as a warehouse and lodging. Existing since … Read More

Longarone – Casso – Erto – Lago di Barcis

Itinerary that takes you between Veneto and Friuli Venezia Giulia, from Longarone and the Vajont dam, to the small towns of Casso and Erto, to the lake of Barcis, famous for the particular color of its waters. Longarone and the … Read More

Venice: walking between the Ghetto and Ca’ d’Oro.

A morning in Venice We always  try to write about the beauties of our territory that goes beyond Venice. This does not mean that we do not like our beautiful lagoon city. We propose a walk to Cannaregio, outside the … Read More

Aquileia: a dive into the past

Aquileia, one of the largest cities of the Roman Empire  The city of Aquileia has been founded in 181 B.C. from the Romans. It has a fundamental role as a commercial crossroads between the Mediterranean and the Balkan-continental Europe. In … Read More

South lagoon of Venice: Pellestrina and Ca’ Roman

Pellestrina and Ca’ Roman via Chioggia The islands of Pellestrina and Ca’ Roman can be reached mainly from Chioggia in 15 minutes by vaporetto (the public water transport of Venice). Giove parking is, in our opinion, the most practical place … Read More

On the banks of the river Lèmene: Portogruaro and Concordia Sagittaria.

Portogruaro can be a pleasant surprise for the visitor. Located in the area on the north of Venice, between Venice and Trieste. It has always been a focal point for communication so as to attract the interest of the Republic … Read More