Venice’s Wetlands: Mosaics, Fish & Colors
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A lagoon drop in a glass bubble. The artwork was designed Lucio Andrich, an eclectic artist. He lived in one of the few houses of Torcello, which is now called the Casa Museo Andrich.  Lucio Andrich’s artistic legacy is still … Read More

Venice, Fish & Bike
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Biking in Venice is forbidden. Yet, there are two islands in its lagoon where you can bike around. One is Sant’Erasmo. Sant’Erasmo is pure countryside, sea and land in one, a vaste of fields and vineyards, few scattered houses, a … Read More

Murano, Glass & More
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Flames of glass and an oversized glass snowflake surprise the visitors who land on Murano. Forget the crowds that daily put St Mark’s Square, the Rialto Bridge and other landmarks under siege and immediately visit the famous Glass Museum hosted … Read More

The lagoon of Venice
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The lagoon of Venice is a universe of islands and islanders. Itineraries tailored to your time and budget, aboard exclusive private launches or vaporetti. North off Venice: Torcello, Murano, Burano, Mazzorbo; San Francesco del Deserto, Sant’Erasmo, Vignole, Certosa; San Michele. … Read More