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“If I had to find a word that replaces music, I could only think of Venice.” – Friedrich Nietzsche

Venturing beyond the iconic landmarks of Piazza San Marco, the Rialto Bridge, and the Grand Canal, Venice unveils a magical and timeless atmosphere that captivates the soul. The city is a melodic masterpiece, an ode to a different era that resonates through its canals and ancient streets.

In the heart of Venice lies a historic center divided into six distinct neighborhoods or sestieri: San Marco, Cannaregio, Castello, Dorsoduro, San Polo, and Santa Croce. While the well-trodden paths of tradition draw tourists to the familiar spots, true exploration awaits in the lively and authentically Venetian districts like Dorsoduro, San Polo, and Santa Croce. Here, the essence of a different Venice unfolds away from the typical tourist routes.

Venice isn’t merely a singular entity but rather an archipelago of islands, each exuding its own unique charm. Beyond the famed Lido, Murano, and Burano, lie hidden gems like Torcello, San Francesco del Deserto, Sant’Erasmo, Mazzorbo, Lazzaretto Nuovo, Certosa, Vignole, Pellestrina, San Lazzaro degli Armeni, and more.

Venice, with its enchanting canals, hidden neighborhoods, and a lagoon teeming with natural wonders, is not just a destination; it’s a symphony waiting to be discovered.


Embark on a journey to these lesser-explored islands, where quiet strolls through ancient villages, visits to offbeat museums, and exploration of lagoon hermitages await. Uncover the untold tales of Venice’s millenary history through archaeological itineraries that trace the city’s origins.

The lagoon of Venice, the first wetland in Italy, harbors not only the city’s charm but also splendid beaches and protected natural areas.

The Ca ‘Roman Reserve, situated at the southern tip of Pellestrina, and the Oasi Dune degli Alberoni, in the southern part of the Lido di Venezia, stand as testament to the city’s commitment to preserving its ecological treasures. Covering vast hectares between the sea and the lagoon, these areas offer a haven for birdwatchers and outdoor enthusiasts alike.

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