You can count on Rick Steves to tell you what you really need to know when visiting the island city of Venice. Following the self-guided tours in this book, youall explore Veniceas most important landmarks and cruise the Grand Canal for a close-up look at the elegant palaces, bridges, and churches. Youall discover picturesque lanes, enjoy the best city views, and tour outlying islands in the lagoon. Dine at a romantic canal-side restaurant, or join the locals at a characteristic cicchetti bar and munch seafood-on-a-toothpick. As the stars shine over St. Markas Square, sway to the free music of cafAc orchestras. Rickas candid, humorous advice will guide you to good-value hotels and restaurants. Youall learn how to explore Venice hassle-free and get up-to-date advice on whatas worth your time and money. More than just reviews and directions, a Rick Steves guidebook is a tour guide in your pocket.Data roamingathat is, accessing the Internet through the cellular networkais handy when you cana#39;t find useable Wi-Fi. ... Figure out how to keep track of how much data youa#39;ve used (in your phonea#39;s menu, look for acellular data usagea; you may have to reset the counter at ... Then, in Europe, shop around for a SIM carda the little data chip that inserts into your phoneato equip it with a European number.
|Title||:||Rick Steves Venice|
|Author||:||Rick Steves, Gene Openshaw|
|Publisher||:||Avalon Travel - 2014-09-30|