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Must SEE in Venice!

Must TASTE in Venice!

Must DO in Venice!

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The 10th International Energy Conference REMOO    |    9-11 June 2020    |    VENICE, ITALY

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never seen before

Drink like a Venetian – and

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Take a Waterside-Bar

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Cool down with a delicious

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The Rialto Bridge is arguably

Ponte di Rialto

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This museum is one of the

Galleria dell'Accademia

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Venice was the epicenter for

Murano and Burano
Islands

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This square is the central

Piazza San Marco,

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The view of the entire city

Enjoy the View

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007

The impressive 17th-century

Walk in James Bond’s

No trip to Venice would be

Get around in a Gondola

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Venice is a unique and

Tour the Venetian

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was shot.

Palazzo Pisani was used for

shoot-out at the end of the

2006 James Bond film Casino

Royale. Earlier Bond came to

blows in the Torre dell’ Orologio.

Other locations used include

recently opened Palazzo Grimani.

where the gruesome final scene

footsteps

complete without a punt

down one of the city’s

an iconic gondola. The

picturesque waterways in

stituzione per la

Conservazione della

Gondoliere has

recommended itineraries.

Gondola e Tutela del

precious repository of art.

From the late Middle Ages

greatest artists left their mark

untill the mid 18th century, the

all over the city and works by

Venice’s grand masters Titian.

Tiepolo can still be viewed in

situ today.

Tintoretto, Canaletto and

from atop the bell tower on

costs 8 euros, is one of

attractions. An insider tip is

Piazza San Marco, which

Maggiore – the view is

Venice’s most popular

privilege only costs 3 euros.

heading over to San Giorgio

arguably better and the

Masters of Art

and  Palazzo Ducale

Basilica di San Marco

world's greatest museums and

It is housed within the Scuola

one of the city's top attractions.

dei Canonici Lateranensi (1561)

della Carita (1343), Convento

della Carita in the Dorsoduro

Quarter.

and the Church of Santa Maria

the most beautiful and

definitely the most famous

and oldest of the 4 bridges

which cross Venice's Grand

Canal. The bridge was

constructed in 1591, it took 3

years to build and remained

in use for 300 years.

point of the city and St.

Mark's Basilica is Venice's

most famous church, known

for its art work and history.

The church overlooks St.

Mark's Square on the edge of

the Grand Canal and is

joined to the Doge's Palace.

creative glassmaking for

centuries.  Artisans lived and

worked in the city until leaders

decided the fire risk was too great

and moved the glassmakers to

Murano. Burano is a fishing

village known for its handcrafted

lace and technicolour houses.

The lagoon city has a long and.

To the usual Italian breakfast, light

Water, water, water

Most Venetians agree that some

glorious culinary tradition

based on fresh seafood. A

writhing, glistening variety of

sea creatures swims from the

stalls of the Rialto and Chioggia

markets into local kitchens.

Going with the flow of la cucina

veneta requires a certain spirit

of openminded experimentation.

everywhere, and some

wonderful places to drink.

The best waterside bars

include Al Chioschetto for

enjoying the Zattere,

Vincent Bar for leafy

lagoon calm and Taverna

del Campiello Remer for a

Grand Canal perch.

Eat Seafood You’ve

break

go on a Secret Wine Tour

Gelato

snacks, pastries and alcoholic

beverages routine, Venice

contributes its own specialities: the

ombra and the spritz. The former is

a tiny glass of wine – bianco or

no time and is often the whole point

of a giro di ombre – an ombra-crawl

around selected bacari.

rosso – which is knocked back in

of the city’s best gelato is

served in Boutique del Gelato,

a tiny outlet on busy salizzada

-Sorbetteria Carlo Pistacchi is

passionate about making ice-

San Lio.  At Alaska Gelateria

cream and experimenting with

new flavours using only the

freshest natural ingredients.

Venice: A city built on water with 117 ISLANDS, 150 CANALS and 409 BRIDGES

has lot of things TO DO, lot of attractions TO SEE, and lot of stuff TO TASTE  !!!

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