There's more to Venice than the Grand Canal and gondolas.
Risotto in Burano, a paper plate of fritto misto in the sun or an elegant meal on the rooftop of the the Terrazza Danieli: Venice caters for all tastes.
Extra-charming flight attendants spoil us with pre-dinner drinks, which have gone the way of the dinosaur with many other airlines.
There is a way to see Venice without the heat or the crowds.
This is a perfect solution to the high cost of accommodation in Venice.
There's much a visitor can do, writes Anthony Dennis, to help the imperiled canal city.
She was an American multi-millionairess known for her many love affairs as well as her love for the arts.
An evening visit to this attraction lets visitors see the light – and some of the world's best mosaics.
There is no other city quite like Venice. In summer, its alleyways sink under the weight of tourists. In winter, it sinks under the weight of water; either way, this canal city is a spectacle. No trip is complete without getting lost for hours in its meandering laneways, being serenaded by a gondolier, gawping at St Mark's Square, or slurping risotto di seppie by the Grand Canal.