Foods to Try When You are in Venice Next time you are bike touring in the Venice and the Veneto there are a few foods you should try. Venice's seafood: delicious! If you’re heading to Italy’s Veneto region anytime soon (say, for the Mid Mountains Bike Tour or the Giro Venice and Veneto), there’s something very important you need to know: what to eat. In and around Venice, here are the foods you just can’t miss! A twist on Venice's sardee in saor Sardee in saor. One of our favorite Venetian dishes, this delicious antipasto features sweet-and-sour sardines with onions, pine nuts and raisins. Sounds odd, tastes amazing. Risi e bisi. A Venetian dish of rice and peas, somewhere between a risotto and a soup. So traditional, it used to be offered to the Doge every St. Mark’s Feast Day. Pasta e fasioi. In Italian, this would be “pasta e
Bike Touring the Lower Atesina region of Bolzano A great one day bike tour for the whole family that can be done in spring, summer and autumn. Start and finish for this bike tour is the village of Ora, located along the main train line running from Trento to Bolzano. Cycling time: 2.5 hours Cycling route: 34 km Elevation gain: 195 m Max Elevation: 320 m GENERAL ROUTE GUIDE From the train station, of Ora, head south of it you will find a marked bike path that follows the banks of the Adige river. Cycle on the trail until you reach the bridge in Ora crossing the Adige river. Here you turn right, before you reach the station you turn left and then you take the second path on your right. Now continue towards the western side of the valley.When the road ends, you turn left towards Magrè and
A Few Things To Know Before You Get To Venice, Italy Enchanting, fascinating, and beautiful, Venice remains one of the most-visited places in Italy. That said? No matter how much you’ve read up on the city, some things about it can be surprising! Here, the top six things we wish we’d known about Venice on our travels there. 1. You will get lost in Venice, often — even with the world’s best maps I know people who have visited Venice and had it all: lots of previous experience in the city, fluent Italian, and an iPad with GPS-style Google maps. They still got lost (and I find myself confused sometimes after all the years I have been in the city). Venice is a confusing, winding, maze of medieval streets, with the frequent obstacle of a canal blocking your path.Of course, that’s part of Venice’s charm. There’s nothing better than being lost in such an eerily
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