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Venice, Italy
Venice Venice for iPhone is the easiest way ...
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Venice, Italy
Venice Giracittà - Audioguide
iPhone and iPad travel app
Venice, Italy
Venice Travel Guide (with Offline Maps) - mTrip
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iPhone travel app
Venice, Italy
Venice Map and Walks
Lose Yourself Without Getting Lost. This han...
iPhone and iPad travel app
Venice, Italy
Tap Venice Eating
TapVenice is the iPhone edition of Venice Ost...
iPhone travel app
Venice, Italy
Venice City Travel Guide - GuidePal
GuidePal is filtering out the noise for an un...
iPhone and iPad travel app
Venice, Italy
Venice offline travel map, walks, tourist guide, airports, car rental, hotels booking. Free navigation.
Plan your trip with Fly & Drive offline Holid...
iPhone and iPad travel app
Venice, Italy
Venice Travel Guide and Offline City Map
Offline Maps and much more! Discover new plac...
iPhone and iPad travel app
Indicates an app designed for both iphone and ipad


Venice – the floating city

From Milan, we used the Venice travel apps to take us across the A4/E64 highway to Venice on the Adriatic coast. Along the way, the Venice apps suggested brief stopovers at Lake Garda, Verona and Padua. We decided to leave out Lake Garda as we didn't have enough time. But our stops at Verona and Padua were well worth it! Verona has some amazing architectural sites from the Roman and the Renaissance period periods and Padua (supposedly the oldest city in Northern Italy) has a maze of covered streets opening into large plazas that make a walk through the city a truly fairy tale experience.

The trip to Venice took two days because of our stopovers (no complaints) but because we had the Venice apps, it was no problem changing the hotel reservations online. Anyway, we arrived, checked in at the hotel and went straight out for a walk.

According to the Venice apps, Venice sprawls over 117 islands, 177 canals and over 400 bridges in the Venetian Lagoon and is one of the world's most popular tourist destinations with around 65000 visitors a day! That I can believe because they were all there when we arrived.

So much to see – so little time

There is so much to see and do in Venice that you could spend an entire vacation just exploring. Ancient bridges, amazing architecture, churches, palaces and the sounds and smells of a sea port give this city its unique atmosphere and are what draw so many people every year. Here the Venice apps really came into their own, providing us with suggested itineraries, routes and even video clips alongside detailed explanations of sites we passed by. We spent 5 days in Venice and the Venice apps and the IPhone's GPS function saved is from getting lost hundreds of times.

Things we liked best

· The Venetian glass making district in Murano

· St Mark's Basilica

· The Grand Canal

· The Piazza San Marco

· The Venice Biennale

· The Venetian Lace workshop's in Burano

Things we liked least

To be honest – nothing! One of the Venice apps said that the smaller canals could sometimes smell of stagnant water, but we never noticed it! Our stay was perfect and magical. Venice is a city that invites you to return – but next time we'll come in the off season!

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