2 Perfect Days In Venice


Day 1

Walk Around Venice! Venice is small enough that you can walk everywhere in less time than a boat would take. Follow this path for some hidden (and not so hidden) gems!

Hit these main points for the best self-guided walking tour of Venice!

Hit these main points for the best self-guided walking tour of Venice!

1) Impronta Caffe

Yum! This place has great food. Everything from a croissant to delicious pasta.

Location: Crosera 3817, Venice

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2) Rialto Bridge

You can’t come to Venice and not cross this iconic bridge. Check out my Best Instagram Spots In Venice for the best picture locations!

The calm before the storm

The calm before the storm

3) Gelatoteca Suso

The best gelato in Venice! There’s no reason to have bad gelato in Italy. This was their raspberry, dark chocolate flavor.

Location: Calle della Bissa, 5453, 30124 San Marco, Venezia VE, Italy

Gelatoteca Suso

4) Ponte de Chido

AKA. The bridge with no parapet. Only one of two in Venice! Test your nerves and see if you can walk across a bridge without railings.

Location: Cannaregio, 3749, 30121 Venezia VE, Italy

Ponte de Chido

5) VizioVirtu Cioccolateria

The best chocolate shop in Venice! Check out some of their exotic creations.

Location: Calle del Forner, 5988, 30122 Venezia VE, Italy

viziovirtu chocolate

6) Bridge Of Sighs

Hint Hint: As you’re looking straight at the bridge, look down to the right. It’s the perfect picture spot!

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7) Gondola Ride

The price for a gondola ride is 80 Euros for 30 minutes. Don’t get ripped off!


8) St. Mark’s Square

A tourist hub but pretty spectacular. Definitely worth walking around!

St. Marks Square

Once you’ve gotten in your 10,000 steps, head back to the hotel, take a baby nap and clean up for dinner! Do your research ahead of time and make reservations. Remember, Italians eat late (no earlier than 7 PM). I recommend Ai Mercanti. Get to bed early for a busy day tomorrow!

Day 2

Catch The Vaporetto or a private water taxi to Murano Island. Spend an hour or two walking around the island that’s known for it’s beautiful glass blowing. It’s a great place to buy souvenirs that you promised to bring back for friends and family.

Afterward, make your way to the colorful island of Burano, known for it’s lace making and skittle colored buildings. Burano was my favorite part of Venice! Be sure to bring your camera because you’re going to blow up your instagram! Find a nice place to eat lunch on the main canal and enjoy the view! If you’d like a more formal sit-down lunch, give Al Gatto Nero a try.


  • Take a private water taxi at least once. It’s expensive but it’s a fun experience.

  • Walk as much as you can. The public transportation is 7.50 Euros per person, one way (which is pretty expensive for public transportation). You’ll get there just as fast by foot!

  • Comment your favorite part of Venice below!


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