Residenza Favaro

San Marco 2259, Venice, 30124, Italy
Residenza Favaro
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Verona to Lake Garda tours

by JRGPHD

I'm looking for a guided tours of Lake Garda from Verona as a single day trip. Any suggestions?

Thank you!

Re: Verona to Lake Garda tours

by effeti

I don't know personally this company, but I stumbled on their site in another forum. See if it can be usueful.

http://www.veronabus.it/verona-sightseeing.html


Ciao
Francesco

Re: Verona to Lake Garda tours

by Odinnthor

I replied with a suggestion in your other thread........

Travel Tips for Venice

Colorful Parades in the streets of Venice

by SLLiew

Check the time and venue of parades and festivals in Venice.

Many of them are traditions over the centuries and some of them are put up for the daily hordes of tourists.

In any case, it is full of fun and smiles. And great moments for the camera.

Find your Way

by BruceDunning

Various maps and layout of the city. It is shaped like a fish, with the rail station at the end, or the mouth. Walking is the easiest way to get around the wandering streets and canals. A vaparetto/boat can be taken form point to point, especially between the different islands. The key to finding your way around is to study a good map first. Then try not to get lost. Follow the yellow signs for directions to/from the Santa Croce railway station at one end and the Rialto bridge and St. Mark's Square at the other. These signs are posted on sides of buildings. Even then, you may have to back track to redirect to the area you are looking for. Canals are a guide to use for further direction of where you want to go. The activity and many varied things to see. The canals are different in many aspects. The fun part is playing the game of hide and go seek. The seek part is finding that museum you are looking for. YOu may not even know you are right in front of it until you look up.

Murano

by JetlagCity

If you're at all interested in Venetian glass, you probably already know that the nearby island of Murano is the place to go. This is where all the glass factories were moved centuries ago, when it was determined that they posed too great a fire hazard to remain in Venice proper. Most people come here to tour a glass factory or the glass museum and to buy glass - shop after shop line the main canals.

Even with all the people who come here for the glass, though, it's still more like a small town, especially compared to Venice. I came here just to relax for half a day while my friend shopped for glass, and it was nice just boating across the Venetian Lagoon to get here. Vaporetti leave from Venice's Fondamenta Nuove, in the Cannaregio District.

Take a trip up the Campanile!...

by steventilly

Take a trip up the Campanile! You get great panoramic views of the city and its surroundings. You have to go up and down in a lift (so no good for claustraphobics), there can be quite a queue and sometimes it's really cold and windy up the top. But it's well worth it for the views.
(in the middle of this pic - 'The Bovolo' - see later).

Shoe Sculpture

by nicolettart

When you're in Venice it really does help to get lost because you will come across the most delightful things! There was a shoemaker, of course not your ordinary shoemaker, in a neighborhood I cannot remember. But the window had leather slippers shaped like gondolas, 8-inch high platforms, and bare feet made of red leather which were shoes!

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