Baroque towns, religious processions and a cuisine with an Arab accent make the Mediterranean’s largest island culturally distinct from the Italian mainland.
With tree-lined boulevards, stately Art Nouveau cafes and grand piazzas, the Italian city is packed with eye-catching designs.
Sleep in comfort behind stone walls in strongholds large and small, including a Scottish tower house, a French chateau and a Tuscan hamlet.
Hiding in the elegant shadows of the Italian city’s Grand Canal palaces and must-see monuments are Venetians’ most beloved hangouts.
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