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Looking for things to do in Venice in 2 days? When we were planning on traveling to Italy with kids, so many people told us to skip Venice. There may not be many places to visit in Venice that are specifically aimed at kids, but Venice with children can still be so much fun. My kids loved the fact that we had to get everywhere by boat and that most restaurants served pizza AND gelato, and we found plenty of Venice attractions that held their interest.
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Tourism overwhelms vanishing Venice

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Disappointing Photos Show What Venice Looks Like in Real Life

Each year, 20 million tourists visit Venice. The vast majority will pay too much for indifferent food eaten mostly in the company of other tourists. Visit a bacaro. And likely at your neighborhood bar. Venetians eat cicchetti at breakfast time, for lunch, dinner and a midnight snack — mostly with their fingers. Cicchetti are cheap, costing on average a couple of euros — or dollars, for that matter — apiece a bit more for more substantial seafood or meat cicchetti.
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The Merchant of Venice

We use cookies to improve our service for you. You can find more information in our data protection declaration. Can a balance be found before it turns into "Veniceland? Each day, more than 60, people visit Venice - more than the entire population of the city. Of those, an increasing number are from cruise ships; with a percent increase in cruise dockings in the past 15 years, according to statistics from the Venice Passenger Terminal.
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Subscriber Account active since. Venice, one of the most popular destinations in Italy and a major port city , announced last year that it would start minimizing the number of cruise ships that are allowed to enter its historic city center. The Italian city, which goes by many nicknames including "The Floating City," "The City of Bridges," and "The City of Canals," sees between 26 million and 30 million people visiting per year. But despite its beauty, the city suffers from massive overcrowding, devastating floods, and pollution and other environmental damage from the massive cruise ships that pass through every day. While many people may still consider a trip to Venice worthwhile, these disappointing photos show the reality of the less glamorous aspects of the city.
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