"Our first advice is that 24 hours aren't enough to visit Venice. Our city is like a labyrinth that hide the best things behind the main streets, places unreachable by tourists, where you can meet real inhabitants. We refer to those places where you can relax without being surrounded by people that keep on taking selfies with some bridge or canal on the background."
We are still looking for weekend gateway in this uncommon warm fall season and Venice seems always a good choice. Before planning our trip we had a few words about it with someone that really knows its complexity and peculiar attributes: we are talking about Tankboys, the graphic studio based in the lagoon city and part of our The Ambassadors project.
"You should live Venice with the same pace as the Venetians: a slow pace. They move in the city by walking, also in winter, maybe stopping for a quick 'ombra' (glass of wine) in a typical 'bacaro' (bar). Take some time and get lost in the alleys, follow Venetians' itineraries and talk with them: you could find out a lot more of our city in this way than reading the most complete touristic guide."