Veniceness & Uniqueness
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With this post I wish to thank Guido Moltedo for “painting” Venice and the Venetians so well. The only point I may disagree upon is when he writes about the city being dirty. Actually, now it is not. It’s not … Read More

Keep it Alternative
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Keep it alternative! Avoid tourist hotspots such as St Mark’s Basilica or Piazza San Marco, the city’s main square, and explore the lesser known districts with Alternative Venice tours. ‘The Island of Vignole is referred to by Venetians as our summer resort … Read More

The Pros of Hiring a Guide
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Private tour guide can be a business traveler’s best friend writes Jill Becker, special to CNN. Here are some excerpts from his article about the pros of hiring a private guide. ‘Leisure travelers such as myself aren’t the only ones … Read More

Venice, A La Carte
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      “A La Carte” is a de luxe german travel magazine published by Klocke Verlag. Martina and Thomas Klocke have a special love for Venice and came to Venice to experience its charme and secret soul. The nicest … Read More

Casanova’s Venice
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  (…) Born to actors in 1725, Casanova railed against his lowly roots. “To be an actor in the 18th century was little better than being a prostitute,” explained my guide, Rita Sartori, as we reached the spot where it … Read More

Venice is great for kids
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  Suzanne Moore, in The Guardian, writes extensively about her Venice experience. In her article one can read: (…) Later we met Rita Sartori, a lovely woman who was to take us on a ghost walk. There are all sorts of … Read More

The Los Angeles Times’ Readers Recommend Rita Sartori
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‘We recently toured Venice with Rita Sartori, a fabulous private native guide. She related history in story-like form, showing us “her” city. We covered the top sights as well as other unique sites with no waiting in line. It was … Read More