Traveling by train is one of the most pleasant experiences for a wanderluster like me. Traveling to Venice by Night Train is definitely quite an adventure! Including all the ingredients of a thriller: doors opening and closing, people crying loudly and an unsolved theft (luckely not for us as the Train Stewart told us to lock our compartment during the night!).
Venice is one of the most beautiful and romantic cities in the world but for families with a baby and toddler it can be a tricky. Plan ahead to get on/off the Vaporetto or you´ll feel like the leading role in Mission Impossible. And though strolling Venice with a baby trolley is not the best sightseeing accessory it didn’t stop our explorer mood. We also adventured in the Vaporetto to visit Murano (can you wait for another post to see those images?)
Venice sunny days warmed our hearts. We enjoyed every single minute at the sun. Although it was November we could seat in a terrace to have breakfast or lunch!
While in Venice I decided to do unconventional travel photos as the amount of tourists overwhelmed me! I photograph a different Venice, a more intimate and a more real one. Can you believe that I haven’t brought home the typical photo from San Marcos Square?
Please everybody jump on board!!! Enjoy my Venice point of view.