Discover Venice by getting lost

Discover Venice


    1. Hugo Cura

      Hi Vanessa,

      Venice is usually seen as a romantic place, but that’s definitely something that didn’t cross our minds while visiting. The very particular setting and layout of the city are clearly the most impressive and worth visiting for!

      Visiting soon? Cool. Let us know how that goes. It’s a place everyone should visit.

    1. Hugo Cura

      Thank you, Mar!

      We’ve been to a few other places in Italy but not the Amalfi Coast. We definitely need to do a road-trip around that area.

      Italy has lots of things to see and do.

  1. The Because Travel Guy

    Wow, this takes me back! My wife and I spent a wonderful day getting totally and completely lost in Venice many years ago. Not only did we find amazing alleys to explore and photograph, we also had a great lunch at a place so off the beaten path that we were the only non-Italians in the place. It was so much fun.

  2. Mags

    It doesn’t sound crazy. Getting lost is the best way to explore a new city, or find hidden gems in a city you’ve already visited. I’ve never been, but getting lost around Venice sounds incredible!

  3. Jackie Sills-Dellegrazie

    I was in Venice for part of my honeymoon. Your title could not be more appropriate! My husband and I actually lost each other and wandered around for a while before actually stumbling upon one another in Piazza San Marco. Can you imagine being married for 3 days and thinking you’ve lost your husband already (wink wink!)?! In all seriousness, though, Venice should absolutely be explored by getting lost. The maze of canals somehow always lead back to the main piazza and along the way you see the wonderful daily life scenes and find the best places to eat!

  4. LeAnna

    We chose to skip the gondolas (like you said, they are expensive and a tourist trap!) but I agree that Venice is the perfect place to just wander and “get lost in”- even when we tried, all the streets would come back to where we were earlier!

  5. travelwith2ofus

    I would love to visit Venice someday. Besides seeing the sights and architecture I really want to see how it works within the confines of all that water.

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