One Day in Verona, Italy: How to See Everything

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Visit Italy: What You Should Know Before You Visit Italy

Learn More on the Blog: Whether You Are Heading to Rome, Florence, Venice or Sicily there are a few things travelers should know before they visit Italy for the first time. This video covers issues that first time visitors to Italy will face, food, money, plugs, safety and more. What You Should Know Before You Visit Italy. Filmed in Venice, Italy Copyright Mark Wolters 2018 Support Us: The DON'Ts of Visiting Italy 10 Things That Will SHOCK You about Italy 10 Things That Will SHOCK You about Venice 10 SHOCKs of Visiting Rome 5 Tips on What Shoes to Wear in Europe USA Today & 10Best's #1 Independent Travel Videographer 2014 FlipKey by TripAdvisor Top 10 Travel Bloggers 2014 Grab Wolters World Merchandise & Travel Gear at Our Gear: Sony Alpha 6000: Our favorite camera for vlogging. One of the best selling cameras of all time and its not too expensive. Osprey Meridian Carry-on Size Travel Backpack: This is THE backpack that all of the Wolters World family use. It fits in the overhead compartment, gives you a great day pack and has an awesome warranty. We always travel with one. Duafire Travel Adapter: helps you plug into most countries plugs around the world. Travel Strip: One plug for your normal device, four USB plugs as well, it saves a lot of trouble and outlets when you travel. Backup Battery Pack: Essential for travelers wanting to have a backup batter charge for their phones, cameras, and devices. Hey There Fellow Travelers! Thank you for watching our honest travel vlogs from all over this wonderful world. If you would like to get in contact with us please follow us & send us a message via our social media channels below. Also, if you like our travel videos please feel free to share them with other fellow travelers. Follow Us At

20 Things to do in Venice, Italy Travel Guide

Join us as we visit Venice, Italy in this travel guide covering the best things to do, see, experience and eat in Venice with highlights including island hopping, wandering around by foot, eating Venetian cuisine and admiring fascinating architecture. 20 Things to do in Venice City Tour | Italy Travel Guide: Intro - 00:01 1) Explore Venice on foot and get lost - 01:02 2) Rialto Bridge (Ponte di Rialto / Ponte de Rialto) - 02:03 3) Ride the Vaporetto water bus (explore Venice by boat) - 02:27 4) St Mark’s Square (Piazza San Marco / Piasa San Marco) - 02:59 5) St Mark’s Basilica (Basilica di San Marco / Baxéłega de San Marco) - 03:07 6) St Mark’s Campanile (Campanile di San Marco / Canpanièl de San Marco) - 03:25 7) Doge’s Palace (Palazzo Ducale / Pałaso Dogal) - 03:40 8) Bridge of Sighs (Ponte dei Sospiri) - 03:51 9) Basilica of Saint Mary of Health (Basilica di Santa Maria della Salute) - 04:04 10) Gallerie dell'Accademia - 04:23 11) Gondola Ride in Venice - 04:33 12) La Zucca Pumpkin Restaurant - 05:20 13) Rialto Market / Mercato di Rialto - 06:58 14) Torcello Island (Torceło) - 07:30 15) Burano Island - 08:26 16) Mazzorbo Island - 08:59 17) Murano Island - 09:30 18) Lido (Lido di Venezia) - 10:07 19) Venetian Food at Osteria Mocenigo - 11:18 20) Venice by Night - 12:40 Outro - 12:57 GEAR WE USE Panasonic GH5: Canon G7X ii: FOLLOW US blog: & instagram: facebook: Our visit Venice travel guide covers some of the top attractions including a food guide to local Italian food, top sightseeing tourist attractions and the city by day and by night including visiting cathedrals, canals, ruins and islands. We cover activities you won't find in a typical Venice tourism brochure, Venice itinerary or Venice, Italy city tour also known as Venezia Italia. 20 Things to do in Venice, Italy Travel Guide Video Transcript: (VENEZIA ITALIA): We’re taking you on a whirlwind tour of Venice in winter visiting the famed Floating City. Join us as we show you the best things to see, do and eat in Venice. The Vaporetto is Venice’s water bus service. The standard ticket is 7.50 Euros and valid for 60 minutes, the 1 day pass is 20 Euros and valid for 24 hours. The most visited attraction in Venice: Piazza San Marco where there is quite a bit to see and do around the square beginning with St Mark’s Basilica. St Mark’s Campanile, a tall brick bell tower was once used by approaching ships as a beacon to guide them home where you get great views of the city. Then you have the Doge’s Palace, which was the residence of the Doge of Venice, the ruler of the former Republic of Venice built in the Venetian Gothic style. Don't forget the Bridge of SIghs, whose name refers to the sighs of prisoners who would get their last glimpse of Venice as they were led from Doge's Palace to their cells. Across to the other side of the Grand Canal, you have the Basilica of Saint Mary of Health and the Galleria dell’Accademia in case you’re in the mood for art. A restaurant we really enjoyed La Zucca - a place where all the dishes are made with pumpkin! The Rialto Market specializes in produce and fresh seafood for self-catering. Let’s talk about island hopping in Venice: Founded in the 5th century, Torcello is even older than Venice and was the original settlement in the Venetian Lagoon with lots of walking paths, nature and Byzantine mosaics. Burano is known for its lace work and brightly coloured homes with plenty of restaurants, cafes and shops to browse. Mazzorbo island sits next to Burano and is connected by a bridge while being known for its vineyards and orchards. Murano is renowned for its glass production dating back to 1291 when the glassmakers in Venice were forced to relocate by the Venetian government. Lido is an 11-kilometre sandbar island that shelters the lagoon from the Adriatic Sea with beaches, lots of seaside homes, and this is also where the Venice Film Festival takes place. A restaurant we liked in Venice is Osteria Mocenigo specializing in local cuisine. Try the “Sarde in saor” - a typical Venetian dish made with sardines. While your vaporetto pass is valid ride the canals at night and watch the Floating City come to life. We hope you enjoyed this Venice travel guide and that it gave you a few ideas for your own trip. This is part of our Travel in Venice video series showcasing Venetian food, Venetian culture and Venetian cuisine. This is part of our Travel in Italy video series showcasing Italian food, Italian culture and Italian cuisine. Music by IKSON:

Italy’s Verona, Padova, and Ravenna

Rick Steves' Europe Travel Guide | In the shadow of Venice, we visit three great cities in the Veneto area. Padova is famed for its venerable university, precious Giotto frescoes, and pilgrim-packed basilica. Verona is a hit with aficionados of Roman ruins and Romeo and Juliet fans. And Ravenna, with its shimmering mosaics, was once the western bastion of the Byzantine Empire. We enliven each stop with a tasty dose of Italian "dolce vita." Visit for more information about this destination and other destinations in Europe. Check out more Rick Steves’ Europe travel resources: “Rick Steves’ Europe” public television series: “Travel with Rick Steves” public radio program: European Tours: Guidebooks: Travel Gear: Trip Consulting: Travel Classes: Rick Steves Audio Europe App: Rick Steves, America's most respected authority on European travel, writes European travel guidebooks and hosts travel shows on public television and public radio.

A Day in Verona

Had a chance to explore this cute, historical and romantic city! Hope you enjoy!!! Music: Italian Morning by Twin Musicom is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution license ( Artist:

SWITZERLAND | 5 things NOT to do

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Start at the bottom and work your way up. You'll see all the Romeo and Juliet sites, including where they lived and where they got married, along with the best views in Verona and amazing churches and piazzas.

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As you can see at the end of the video, we had time to spare. So if you want to go up the Torre dei Lamberti or go into the Arena, you can. Just make sure you watch your times, since ALL THE CHURCHES CLOSE AT 5pm, with a siesta break from 1-1:30.

You can easily see the entire city in one day. We started at the bottom (San Zeno and Castelvecchio) and zig-zagged our way up to the top, ending at the viewpoint (at Piazzale Castel San Pietro) for sunset. A little better planning would reduce the amount of walking we did (we covered more than 30,000 steps), but the town is so small that you can get across the entire thing in about 15 minutes.

Here is a list of everything we saw and the corresponding timestamps:

0:27 - Basilica San Zeno (where Romeo and Juliet got married)
3:01 - Castelvecchio
3:20 - Castelvecchio Bridge (aka Ponte Scaligero) - medieval bridge with the world's largest arch (at the time it was built)
3:49 - Piazza Bra
4:01 - Arena di Verona (it opens late on Mondays - at 1:30pm, every other day is 8:30am-7:30pm)
4:22 - Via Mazzini
4:39 - Porta Borsari
5:01 - Arco dei Gavi
5:12 - Lunch at Baccha Bundus (fantastic piadinas)
5:24 - Piazza della Erbe
5:29 - Piazza della Ragione
5:32 - Torre dei Lamberti
5:40 (and 12:00) - Casa di Giulietta (Juliet's House)
6:01 - Porta Leoni
6:10 - San Fermo (upper church)
6:51 - San Fermo (lower church)
7:28 - Casa di Romeo
7:36 - Sant'Anastasia
8:27 - Duomo di Verona (Verona Cathedral
9:10 - St. Elena
9:21 - The baptistry (St Giovanni in Fonte)
9:43 - Scaliger Tombs (Tombs of the della Scala family)
9:53 - Santa Maria Antica
10:02 and 10:38 - Ponte Pietra
10:41 - Piazzale Castel San Pietro (Best view in Verona)
10:54 - Dante's statue in Piazza dei Signori

This is the final day of our 11-day trip through Europe. Check out the whole trip here:

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Filmed on Monday, February 20, 2017 on a Canon G7X and G7X Mark II.


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