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The Aqualandia Water Park and funfair will help you while away the hours. Meander up from the seafront to the old city of Jesolo. With just one main street, you’ll never get lost while searching for those handicrafts and souvenirs to take home. Visit the ruins of the ancient church then stop for lunch at one of the many restaurants. The best ones are tucked into the side streets, and serve traditional home cooked food at reasonable prices. Be sure to sample the delights of the ice cream parlour too! Well, you are in Italy!
Holidays in Lido Di Jesolo wouldn’t be complete without a trip to wonderful Venice. At only 30 minutes away by Vaporetto (water bus) it’s easy and cheap to get to. St Marks Square should be the first point of call, a fantastic place to people watch and take in this fascinating city.
Full of history and stunning architecture it really is the perfect photo opportunity. There are no cars in Venice so the only mode of transport is of course the boat. Miles of water ways make for an interesting ride and for the romantic among you, the gondola is the only way to travel. Grand Canal is the largest canal and is over 350 feet wide.
Last minute holidays to Lido Di Jesolo are popular with Italians and it can get very busy here in the height of summer. As night falls, there are BBQs and parties on the beach. The locals will cook the fresh fish they have caught that day and it’s all washed down with a glass or two of vino. The annual sand sculpture festival is very competitive, bringing people from far and wide to take part. There are many events throughout the year such as fireworks and they even host an underwear catwalk parade!! Boat trips on the Jolly Roger will take you around the bay and the onboard pirates will make your trip truly unforgettable. Book late deals to Lido Di Jesolo here on Latedeals.co.uk
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– It would be hard to ignore in a country with 20 major growing regions, and why would you want to? Even if you don’t like wine, tag along for the sheer beauty and tradition that the vineyards of Italy have to offer. Wine tasting isn’t available at every vineyard though so it’s often best to check before you visit.
– The main square here, the Piazza dei Signori is often referred to as an open air siting room, so you get the idea that this place is kind of cosy and welcoming. Meandering waterways are reminiscent of nearby Venice, yet Treviso remains much less touristy, swap souvenir stalls for designer shops and you’ll understand what I mean.
– You simply cannot visit Lido di Jesolo and not take a trip to Venice. By boat is the easiest way to travel and once there you can soak up the romance, fascinating architecture and awe inspiring history of this water filled city.