Zhudaka Island is also a very unique small island, and the entire island is also a very important place to visit. You can also see a lot of interesting things on the island here, and the structure of the island is also quite good. , Very suitable for visiting.
Judai Island is also an important part of the many islands in the Venice Lagoon, and even here it blocks the possibility of flooding for the island.
The area of the entire island is relatively large. The roads here are also much wider. There is no criss-crossing canals on the island of Venice. It is also very quiet.
This is a lovely and peaceful island, perfect for relaxing at the end of a walking day. There are many walking trails there, and there are some things to look for. There is a very pleasant restaurant next to the Parante water bus, named Tratorria Dom Or I, the restaurant is very friendly and helpful, and there is also delicious food.
Giudecca is one of the many islands in the Venetian lagoon. It sits just south of the main island and can be easily seen from most areas of Dorsoduro. It is, in fact, considered part of the Dorsoduro sestiere.
Really cool local area of Venice. Much less touristic than the main part. Here is where you will find real Venetians.
It is one of the islands around Venice. I like Giudecca for a couple of spots: san Giorgio Church, Molino Stucky Hotel and old Fortuny building. Around Molino Stucky there are some interesting sights, including some presevered parts of the past factory that has been destroyed by a violent fire.
Far from the 'touristicly crowded' Historical center of Venice, resident Venetians tend to find a home on the southern quieter island, The Giudecca. It has a very suburban and peaceful feeling. Nothing to really visit here, but the Redentore Church by Palladio and a walk long the fondamenta with a view of the Palazzo Ducale are nice to try if you're not on a rush.
From the train station to Pier A on the left hand side, take the 4.1 boat, and you will arrive at 4 stops. It costs 7.5 Euros one way. It is recommended to buy a pass. It is sold at the train station. We will come for two days, so we bought a 30 Euro pass, 48 Unlimited rides on the water bus within an hour. Because the Hilton who lives on the island, the hotel itself has shuttles to the piers of major attractions, but each trip costs 3.5 Euros. If you plan to go to the outer islands, I suggest buying a pass. There are few people on the island, the atmosphere of residents is strong, and the taste of commercialization is very weak.
Preston_Dominguez:Italy, Venice, Province of Venice
Jeremy_Dodson:I recommended St. Mark's Square,Canal Grande,Bridge of Sighs,Saint Mark's Basilica,Doge's Palace