Venice best bars
Food Tours Venice Blog
by Food Tour Venice
1y ago
Nightlife in Venice takes place at the bacari, where people gather in the evening for drinks and cicchetti, or Venetian-style bar food. The classic drink is the spritz. It’s a classic Venetian way to spend an evening and you’ll find yourself a part of the lively local scene. Osteria Ai Pugni Close to Campo Santa Margherita is this small bar frequented by students and people from the neighborhood, which sometimes offers live music in the evenings. A great place for a drink and a fried appetizer. The prices are reasonable and the atmosphere is charming. Very nice wine bar and careful decor ..read more
Visit website
Venice good restaurants
Food Tours Venice Blog
by Food Tour Venice
1y ago
More and more gastronomy has become a very important part of a trip and much more if it is to Italy, one of the richest countries gastronomically speaking. That is why when you visit this city, one of the most romantic in the world, the question of which are the best restaurants in Venice usually occupies a large part of the organization. Although we know that it is impossible to list all the restaurants in the city with excellent value for money, we do want to leave you with a selection of some of those that we believe should not be missed to fully enjoy the local gastronomy. Osteria Alla ..read more
Visit website
Venice street food
Food Tours Venice Blog
by Food Tour Venice
1y ago
The cuisine of Venice is traditional, simple and is based on the products that the island offers, such as fish, vegetables and meat. But, to these local products, an oriental influence is added in the use of spices (nutmeg, cinnamon, pepper) and in the great variety of rice dishes. To soak up its gastronomic culture, we tell you what is the street food of Venice. If there is something typical of Venetian gastronomy and that every authentic “Venezian” does, it is the “ruta delle ombre e dei cicchetti”. The “cicchetti” are the perfect answer to tapas or skewers and fit perfectly as the best ..read more
Visit website
Venice food culture
Food Tours Venice Blog
by Food Tour Venice
1y ago
The gastronomy of Venice, as in all of Italy, is a divine gift. Something that luckily will paint your trip with flavor at each stop. In Venice specifically, due to its location, fish is and has always been a great protagonist. Much more than meat. The lagoon has provided Venetians with food in the form of fresh fish and shellfish for centuries. Something that strongly marks its gastronomy. Just like its history as a trading city and the influences it gained from its relations with other ports in the Mediterranean and even in Asia. Join us to discover the best of Venetian gastronomy! Pa ..read more
Visit website
Venice best food
Food Tours Venice Blog
by Food Tour Venice
1y ago
A trip to Venice will allow you to discover the local cuisine. Pastas and pizzas are famous all over the world and are the foods we associate with Italy. The reality, however, is that this small country is home to several cuisines. When tourists arrive in Venice, they make the mistake of going to tourist restaurants that offer food that meets their expectations (such as pasta and pizza) but is not what Venetians eat. Venetian cuisine is known throughout the world for its delicacy and diversity. He drew inspiration from his many influences, from the sea and the fertility of the Po Valley and ..read more
Visit website
Venice food market
Food Tours Venice Blog
by Food Tour Venice
1y ago
In such a touristy city, the markets in Venice are a sacred respite from the daily life of the city. Here, in a setting as special as the city of canals, its markets are a treasure in which to get lost interacting with the locals and discovering flavors and art. In the markets in Venice we will find everything from the freshest fish in the lagoon to the mysterious Venetian masks and all kinds of souvenirs. Let’s get to know the most prominent. Mercato di Rialto The Rialto Market is undoubtedly the most important of all. And also the oldest, in this part of the city the market has existed ..read more
Visit website

Follow Food Tours Venice Blog on FeedSpot

Continue with Google
Continue with Apple
OR