Venezia, not a lot to say. Well known all around the world, famous for its events such as La Mostra del Cinema, La Biennale, but also destination of many celebrities and deeply in love couples. Considered one of the city of love Venezia it is a mix of romanticism, history and charm. Walking around is the only option you have to explore it or you can enjoy a ride on the typical Gondole Veneziane, if you are lucky enough your driver will infine an Italian Serenata to live the moment at its best.
I stayed at the J.W Marriott Venice Resort and Spa, beautifully situated on the private island of Isola delle Rose this luxury five-star hotel offers a lush retreat, the perfect respite from the excitement of the city. Your pampering begins as you are transported from St. Mark’s Square by their private water shuttle to the 40-acre resort filled with gardens, olive groves and exceptional amenities. You Feel immediately relaxed as you enter the light-filled rooms, suites and private residences, designed by celebrated architect Matteo Thun.
Venezia is fancy and chill at the same time, when we visit it we either do extraordinary dinners followed by a pitstop to the famous Casino or we round up a meal at one of the famous bars where you are oblige to taste Cicchetti, which are sandwiches filled it with anything, drinking a spritz, do not be surprise if you bump into old crowds who have it for breakfast, cappuccino is not an option!