Venice Italy Empty , our tour of the city with very few tourist (Part one)

Venice Italy Empty . We visited the amazing city of Venice over the first weekend of June 2020 and we found the city almost empty of tourists. After the lockdown in Italy tourism opens up again and it is the perfect opportunity to visit Venice, Florence, Rome or other amazing cities almost empty of tourists. Venice Italy empty of tourists is almost magical. It is incredible to be able to explore the many monuments without being surrounded by millions of other tourists.
We started our journey in Venice Italy in Piazza San Marco. After that we were able to explore the amazing La Fenice opera house completely empty! In the afternoon we took an amazing walking tour, with Luisella of She took around the Arsenale and Castello area, again empty of tourists. Later in the evening we did a gondola ride…. with a surprise! After dinner we discovered that Piazza San Marco was flooded and we went to take some shot of the empty piazza with water. Visiting Venice Italy empty of tourists was a once in a lifetime experience, we were very fortunate. Stay tuned for Day 2 Murano and Burano empty.

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We are two Canadians currently living in Italy. We moved to Italy in November 2018 to start a new chapter of our life’s and we would like to share our story with. We hope you enjoy it.

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In March 2017, Rick and Andrea (confessed Travel Addicts) started a Facebook Group called Travel Addicts as a way to share their travel photos and videos not just with their own respective friend’s lists – but with the world. Part of the reason was for bragging rights (I mean, that’s kind of the point of sharing photos, right?), but also to help answer questions to others about the destinations they have visited.

After inviting some of our friends and family, it grew and grew – and as of June 2019, the group has grown to over 200,000 members! One reason for our success, we believe, is that we have done our best to ensure only high-quality photos and videos get shared, all while



  1. You were in one of my favorite cities! I wish I could be there now but I don't expect to be back for a while with COVID still out of control here in the USA. I was last there, and in Murano & Burano (Pt.2), in July 2019. My daughter & I had a wonderful time. I've been to Venice 4 times and it only gets better with every visit. You look joyful. We are with you in spirit!

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