Jesolo
Veneto
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Things To Do in Jesolo

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Square
Maria HamNothing can compare to an Italian job well done while having an exquisite lunch at the Piazza and having a live band perform the most beautiful string melody right next to your table !!!
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Water Conservancy Project
E22***58Take a gondola ride to the grand canal and around Venice! The gondola will give you the most breathtaking views of the city.
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Bridge
Erin TurnbullOne memory of Venice I will never forget, highly enjoyed the tour that allowed me to walk through the bridge to experience what really makes it the bridge of sighs!
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Island/Peninsula
_We***74Burano is one of the most beautiful islands you’ll find in Venice. The city is very colorful therefore sights are breathtaking. You can spend there a whole afternoon walking around its beautiful alleys and bridges. Totally recommended.
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GLS***50Such a calm place, and busy at the same time. Beautiful destination
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Historical Architecture
GLS***99The regular tour of the Doge’s Palace (the Palazzo Ducale) in Venice is extraordinary enough. The building is a quite remarkable example of Gothic civic architecture. Every stone, passageway and artwork evokes the power that the Serene Republic wielded over a millennium of unparalleled imperial power. But you might want to dig even deeper – to explore the hidden corners of the palace on the Itinerari Segreti del Palazzo Ducale (the secret tour of the Doge’s Palace).Get there early to book a ticket on the special touryou get to see areas and things most people dont know about! You also get to to the normal tour / walk around.On the tour you will get to see where Casanova was in-prisoned and where he made his escape from, the hidden ways behind the scenes ( and sometimes on top of them ! ), torture rooms, Your tour is likely to end at the Ponte dei Sospiri or Bridge of Sighs … the final walk of prisoners across the water to the ‘new prison’.