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18:37

Travel

The insider guide to Venice

Andrew Forbes

...calm in Venice. Expect a spacious living area, sleek high-end kitchen, luxe bathroom with travertine marble shower and deep, free standing Devon & Devon bath, and a bedroom with a four-poster dressed in Frette linens. Underfoot oak parquet and silk ... carpets contrast with striking white Venetian and black nero marquina marble floors. Each element, fixture and furnishing are bespoke. Feature Venice - rising above the tide of mass tourism? This is exclusive self-catering accommodation (you can ... reflect the lagoon, while the bold reds, pale pinks and buttery yellows mirror the neighbourhood houses. Great value for stylish accommodation, with prices from 160 euros a night. EAT: San Clemente Palace Kempinski Venice Spectacular setting for

20:08

Travel

Venice - rising above the tide of mass tourism?

Andrew Forbes

...the vintage boat. Sitting aboard this classic Italian-crafted launch from the 1950s, beneath a stormy sky, I felt immersed in the Venice of bygone movies. Despite it being high season in one of the world's most visited cities, I was never battling ... crowds or noise. Of course, this is no 'normal summer'. Just a few months after the reopening of European borders, Venice has emerged from lockdown into a new travel and tourism landscape, one where island residents have regained the city for ... themselves, able to live and work without the usual mass-tourism that has been inundating Venice in recent years. Palazzo Cristo My boat trip gave me an insider's perspective of this romantic lagoon city. My hosts Anne, who was born here, and her French

16:34

Local

Malaga's jábegas have arrived in Venice

BORJA GUTIÉRREZ

The traditional 'jábegas' of Malaga took to the waters of Venice for the first time on Sunday, taking part in the 44th edition of the famous 'Vogalonga' a 30-kilometre exhibition route from St Mark's Square to the island of Burano. Two clubs from ... for over ten hours. "Rowing in Venice in a jábega is a spectacular feeling. I've never felt anything like it," said Agustín Montañez, president of the El Palo club. Silvia Campos, club secretary, shared his enthusiasm: "We've wanted to participate in a

17:04

Travel

The insider guide to Venice

Andrew Forbes

...of Italian charm. Aman Canal Grande It doesn’t get much better than this in Venice! George Clooney and Amal Alamuddin certainly thought so, as they chose this stunning 16th century palace for their wedding reception and wedding night. The ... Venice, beyond the crowds This is the place for impeccable Venetian hospitality – and what’s more, the minibar is included, and the in-room bottles of delicious dry rosé prosecco wine are replenished twice a day! During this year’s ‘Viva Arte Viva’ ... meal. Despite the refined environment, the style is friendly and relaxed. The menu, by Executive Chef Daniele Turco, features flavours of the Venice lagoon and its islands. Try the cicchetti starter of spider-crab with coral salad; small prawns from the

16:53

Travel

Venice, beyond the crowds

Andrew Forbes travel

Despite the early hour, the morning fish market stalls were almost fully set-up by the time I’d walked down to the ‘Mercato del pesce’, one of the Rialto city markets beside Venice’s Grand Canal. Outside, in the modest Campo Beccarie square, a ... precious moments before these narrow canal-side walkways became almost impassable with people. See also The Insider Guide to Venice It was a little after seven in the morning and the waterways were relatively peaceful. Small boats bobbed ... Giorgio Maggiore church silhouetted against the cloudless sky. This is the time of day to enjoy Venice. This is when you can discover Serenissima. Timeless Venice A few metres further on, one can see the Bridge of Sighs, probably one of the most

16:56

LifeStyle

'With Covid-19, we have to look back and learn lessons. History repeats itself'

ALEKK M. SAANDERS

...of the Plague and Covid-19 were reported in Italy. In 1347 the disease reached the southern island of Sicily with twelve Genoese galleys. Then it spread to Genoa, Venice and later Rome and Florence as they were the centres of trade routes. By the ... undertaken in the 14th century? The practice of quarantine actually began during the Plague. This is also a similarity. First of all, it was necessary to protect coastal cities from the epidemic. It started in Venice where ships arriving from infected ports

21:00

Local

Ericsson bans its 200 staff from PTA tech park over coronavirus fears

francisco gutiérrez / ángel escalera

...north, including Venice, from their itinerary and parents were concerned as events unfolded. “More than worry about contagion, it’s the fact that measures could be taken at any moment to restrict movement. We thought the sensible option was to come

16:56

Travel

Where nature rules

Mark Nayler

Direct flights from Malaga to Venice or Innsbruck Easyjet fly from Malaga to Venice's Marco Polo airport, from where it's a three-hour drive to either Hotel Quelle or the South Tyrolean capital of Bolzano. Easyjet also fly from Malaga to Innsbruck, ... afterwards, as did the sensation of having had all physical tension removed from my body. Split identity During the three-hour journey between Santa Magdalena and Venice, from where I flew back to Malaga after my South Tyrol immersion, I contemplated the ... motorway about an hour outside of Venice, the road from Santa Magdalena weaves through the countryside like a giant serpent, slithering between mountains and pretty Alpine villages. Despite having been officially Italian for a century, South Tyrol still