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Lagoon of Venice

An exciting journey to discover the most authentic Venetian territories, among the least attractive routes frequented by mass tourism. Venice is part of a vast system of islands, from largest to smallest, which together constitute the Lagoon of Venice, accredited by UNESCO "World Heritage". Those known to most only a small percentage of the islands you can visit with ever new wonder. Who has ever been to St. Erasmus? And the island of San Michele, Venice's cemetery full of flowers and long avenues flanked by cypress trees? Or to St. Francis of the Desert where the phrase that greets visitors at the entrance of the convent, "O blessed solitude" is a measure of peace that reigns there. It would not list them all the islands. In short, those who love Venice Lagoon should know, its atmosphere, its timeless beauty.