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By Rick Steves

Admire the gold mosaics and coloured marble of St. Mark's Basilica, drift down previous remarkable palaces at the Canal Grande, and locate scrumptious food at eating places nonetheless frequented by means of locals—Rick Steves' Venice 2009 permits any vacationer to adventure all that the town has to offer—economically and elementary. Rick bargains specialist recommendation on vacationing the must-see attractions, from the long-lasting Rialto Bridge to the Venice's best artwork museum, the Accademia. additionally incorporated are tips for fending off the crowds and exploring Venice's again lanes and native hangouts. With entire museum excursions and unique walks, Rick Steves' Venice 2009 is a travel advisor that matches on your pocket.

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