This updated 2nd edition of this delightful walking guide whose unique sellingpoint is walking routes on 'bird's eye view' (isometric) mapping. Not just this,but the walks are informative and fun. Exploring Venice with this guide is likebeing taken by a friend who knows all the best restaurants, shops andattractions. It will introduce not only the famous sights but the atmosphere ofthe city as a whole. The new and contemporary cover emphasises these benefits,making it clear that the beautiful mapping is uniquely easy to use because itshows the street plan as well as the look of your surroundings. The routes are inall the most interesting areas of Venice, plus a few on the outskirts. Most areabout an hour long or can be joined together easily for long expeditions.
Jo-Ann Titmarsh is a journalist and travel writer who lives in Venice - shethinks the best way to see Venice is on foot.
Exploring Venice on foot: How to use this book; Location map; When touse this book; Getting around; Tourist information; Introducing Venice onfoot; The Walks: Eastern Dorsoduro; Western Dorsoduro; The San BarnabaTrail; San Polo Circuit; Rialto to San Stae; Fresh Air and Simple Pleasures:Ghetto Walk; Heart of Cannaregio; Miracle Church: Gesuiti to SantiGiovanni e Paolo; Marco Polo Heartland: Rialto to San Zaccaria; CentralSan Marco; Saints all the Way: San Giovanni in Bragora to San Francescodella Vigna; Green Venice: Giardini to San Pietro di Castello