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The Venice people mover is an automatic train that connects Piazzale Roma and Tronchetto Island (parking area, bus stop and fish market) with an intermediate stop Marittima (site of cruise ships’ arrival and departure) it started to run the 19th of April 2010.
Each station is provided of elevators and escalators without architectural barriers for people with disabilities; each car has one seat-belt designed to anchor the wheelchair.
Stations also are suitable for the visually impaired.
It runs from 07.00am to 11.00 on weekdays and from 08.00am to 10.00pm during holidays with the frequency of one every 7 minutes
Ticket costs 1 Euro gettable from ticket machines at the entrance of the structure.
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Burano is the island of lace making and bussolai, the typical Burano biscuits.
What to visit:
The Church of San Martino, Baldassare Galuppi Square, The Lace making Museum.
The Church of San Martino is the only church that stands on the island. It is famous for its tilting bell tower, the position of which is caused by the partial collapse of its foundations that are lying, as some parts of Venice, on stilts.
Inside the church, you will find the valuable work “The Crucifixion” made by Tiepolo.Visualizza altro
As Venice, Murano is composed by seven smaller islands – two of them have artificial origin (Sacca and Sacca Serenella Matthias) – divided by canals and waterways and connected by bridges. It is almost completely urbanized. With about 4,500 p…eople living there, it is one of the most populous islands in the lagoon. Murano is known worldwide for its glassware.
What to visit
Basilica of Saints Maria and Donato, Church of Santa Maria degli Angeli, Church of St. Peter Martyr, Giustiniani Palace – “Museum of Glass”, Palazzo da Mula, and Murano lighthouse.
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White onion, dry white wine, anchovies or sardines in salt, oil, parsley, pepper
Stew the finely chopped onion in olive oil
Blurring the onion with wine
Add the anchovies and melt
Strain the sauce with sautéed bigoli ( bigoli are brown spaghetti) and
Place on the plate and sprinkle with pepper and chopped parsley
And….. bon appetit
In a city like Venice, where foreigners were coming and going all the time, the phenomenon of courtesans was well tolerated and sometimes encouraged. According to a 1509 census there were over 11 thousand. In addition to trade in oriental spices, salt and cloth, a very important chapter of the Venetian economy was made up of what today we would call tourism. To attract this ” Client”, the Serenissima had cornered a large number of precious relics. But as business people and the pilgrims did not live in pure spirit, prostitution flourished.
From the first half of ‘300, the courtesans were forced to live in a neighborhood near Rialto called “the little castle”. In addition to the “Castelletto” had abode by the parties of San Cassiano and exactly in the houses owned by the noble family of Trapani, Venice Ca ‘Rampani, now called the area of Carampane, a name that Venice has long been synonymous with old prostitute . The Rio terà of Carampane came to the bridge of tits. From this bridge above the courtesans are faced with breasts bared to entice passersby.