Join me on our Venice boat tour – with Walks of Italy

The crowds of St Mark’s square swirled around us as we waited at the Lion of Venice column for our Venice boat tour to begin. What a fabulous spot for people watching; the brightly clothed Chinese with every inch of skin hidden from the sunshine, the couples with their selfie sticks and the children chasing pigeons. Close to us was the line for the Doge’s palace, a little further the queue for the Campanile, while on the far side of the square, tour groups were being herded towards the entrance of St Mark’s Basilica.

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Thank goodness that our guide Jennifer soon led us away from the noise and crowds towards the water taxi, and we were off to see Venice by boat on our Walks of Italy tour. Our small group comprised a couple from San Diago, Sandy from Australia as well as the four of our family and in moments we were following the Hotel Cipriani launch across the lagoon towards the island of San Georgio Maggiore.

The Hotel Cipriani launch in Venice Photo: Heatheronhertravels.com

The Hotel Cipriani launch heads across the lagoon in Venice

Ten minutes later and we stepped onto the landing stage in front of the pure white facade of Chiesa San Georgio, designed by the architect Palladio at a certain angle so that it would glow in the afternoon sun. This is the spot where every bride and bridegroom will come after their wedding, to have their photo taken with the view of St Mark’s square in the distance across the lagoon. There is no-where to stay on the island but it’s not much of a hardship posting for the handful of monks who still live in the Benedictine monastery.

San Georgio Maggiore in Venice Photo: Heatheronhertravels.com

San Georgio Maggiore in Venice catches the afternoon light

Jennifer led us through the chuch and to the lift which took six people at a time up to the top of the campanile with 360 degree views over the lagoon – the cost of €6 was included in our Walks of Italy Venice boat tour. From here we could look down into the monastery gardens, towards the outer islands and clearly see the channels of the lagoon that are under heated discussion in Venice. The big debate is whether to reduce the number and size of the cruise ships going through the channel in front of St Mark’s square, since this would mean dredging deeper channels in other parts of the lagoon which could cause just as much environmental damage.

View of San Marco from the bell tower of San Georgio in Venice Photo: Heatheronhertravels.com

View of San Marco from the bell tower of San Georgio in Venice

Once we were back on the boat, our guide Jennifer fed us a steady stream of stories about Venice – a mixture of celebrity, history and money just as Venice has always been. Soon we could point out the house owned by Elton John on the nearby island of Giudecca and the church where Verdi was the choir master.

Our guide on the Walks of Italy Boat tour in Venice Photo: Heatheronhertravels.com

Our guide on the Walks of Italy Boat tour in Venice

Skirting around the Arselale district we rounded the far side of the lagoon with a view of San Michele, the graveyard island. It was Napoleon who ordered all the graves to be moved to this island since it was becoming insanitary in Venice and it is still used as the burial place today.

Beyond San Michele is the island of Murano known for the glass blowing – the glass industry was moved there due to the risk of fire and to keep the closely guarded secrets of the art of glassmaking. The Venetians were the first to perfect the making of coloured glass through the addition of gold, mercury and copper and of making mirrored glass to replace the polished metal looking glasses.

Check out the dog we saw standing at the prow of the boat alongside us as we passed the island – typical of Venetians going about their business by boat!

San Michele island in Venice Photo: Heatheronhertravels.com

Passing San Michele island in Venice

Next our Venice boat ride took us through the pretty backwaters of the Cannaregio district, with much more of a local feel, where the tide of cruise ship guests rarely reaches. This is the neighbourhood I’d choose to stay if I ever go back to Venice, in some crumbing but atmospheric house with a balcony overlooking a small side canal.

Cannaregio district in Venice Photo: Heatheronhertravels.com

Cannaregio district in Venice

We passed the famous church of Madonna dell’Orto that we had already visited on our wanderings, with the huge paintings by Tintoretto who had a studio nearby. Jennifer pointed out the more mundane necessities of daily life in Venice; the hospital with yellow ambulance boats moored outside and the sports centre close to the station where the train tracks end. You’ll know you’re nearby if you see a large H for hospital on a bridge to warn you to keep the noise down.

Yellow ambulances outside the Hospital in Venice Photo: Heatheronhertravels.com

Yellow ambulances outside the Hospital in Venice

There are only a couple of places that the famous gondolas of Venice are made and we passed one of them on our boat tour. Check out the Alpine looking buildings made of wood, since the first boatmakers came from the Tirol, north of Venice.

Gondola workshop in Venice Photo: Heatheronhertravels.com

Gondola workshop in Venice

As we entered the Grand Canal, we heard more stories of life in Venice, and learned how there were originally far fewer streets, which since they were likely to be muddy and smelly, were only used by servants. The main house entrance was always on the canal side and everyone who was anyone would go about their business by gondola. The bridges and pavements alongside the canals were only built later and if you see a street called Calle Terre it means the canal that was once there has been filled in and paved over.

On the Grand Canal in Venice on our Walks of Italy Tour Photo: Heatheronhertravels.com

On the Grand Canal in Venice on our Walks of Italy Tour

Now the celebrity stories were coming thick and fast as we passed the Gritti Palace hotel where Gwyneth Paltrow celebrated her birthday, the Mayor’s office in the Cavelli Palace, where George and Amal Clooney had their civil marriage ceremony and the ultra-luxe Hotel Aman Canal Grande where they held their wedding party.

A little further on and Jennifer pointed out the house that Angelina Jolie rented when she was in Venice to film The Tourist, as well as the building in the Rialto market where Jonnie Depp is chased along the terrace in the same film. Right next door to Angela’s house is the Palazzo where Lord Byron lived for a few years in the early 1800s and since he had a club foot, liked to exercise by swimming in the Grand Canal behind his own private gondola.

You’ll also pass the building that featured in the James Bond movie, Casino Royale, where the magic of cinema makes it look as if the whole front of the building collapses into the canal.

Gritti Palace Hotel in Venice Photo: Heatheronhertravels.com

Gritti Palace Hotel in Venice

Beyond the celebrity gossip, our tour of Venice helped us to understand how wealthy Venetians lived in the past, since all the Palazzos, whatever their outward style, share the same internal arrangements. While the ground floor was for coming and going by gondola, the first noble floor was where the wealthy family would live and entertain, the second and third floor housed their bedrooms while the servant’s rooms and kitchen were on the top floor allowing easier evacuation if a fire broke out.

Palazzo on the Grand Canal in Venice Photo: Heatheronhertravels.com

Palazzo on the Grand Canal in Venice

Since all the waste went into the canal, the ladies would go go up to the roof terrace to get away from the smells of the canal in the hot summer months. If you look up at the roofs of many of the buildings, you can still spot these terraces, where they would go to create the Venetian ideal of beauty, a fair complexion with strawberry blonde hair.

What you may not realise is that to achieve the look they would sit in the sun with their face shaded and their hair spread out across the wide brims of special hats to bleach it with horse urine. Lovely! Look at the picture below and you can spot one of these roof terraces on the right.

Passing the Rialto bridge on our Walks of Italy Boat Tour Photo: Heatheronhertravels.com

Passing the Rialto bridge on our Walks of Italy Boat Tour

There are only a few bridges that cross the Grand Canal and the oldest is the Rialto bridge, set on the narrowest part of the Grand Canal. While the Rialto is a single arch stone bridge, it replaced older wooden bridges of the same design, always with shops above so that the rent would pay for the upkeep of the bridge.

Before other bridges were built, the Rialto was considered the heart of the financial and commercial district. In Shakespeare’s The Merchant of Venice, Shylock says, ” Ha’ what now on the Rialto? ” since this is where you would come to hear all the news and gossip. Until 1860 it was the only bridge across the Grand Canal and at other places you would cross on a gondola. You can still find these gondola stations in a few places on the Grand Canal and take a short gondola ride without the €100 bill.

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Accademia bridge on our Walks of Italy Boats Tour

The next bridge we passed was the Accademia bridge, constructed of wood in the 1930s as a temporary solution, although since people like it, it keeps being restored. A little beyond the Accademia bridge was the Peggy Guggenheim Collection, the low building of the unfinished Palazzo housing a fabulous modern art collection that we had visited the day before – highly recommended!

The Old Customs House on the Grand Canal in Venice Photo: Heatheronhertravels.com

The Old Customs House on the Grand Canal in Venice

Now our two hour boat tour of Venice was nearly over and we reached the Old Customs House with the dome, on top of which the golden goddess Fortuna stands, holding a sail. She acts as a weather vane, twirling around in the wind and as Jennifer told us, “who needs a weather app when you can have a weather goddess?”

Heather & Guy on our Walks of Italy Boat Tour Photo: Heatheronhertravels.com

Heather & Guy on our Walks of Italy Boat Tour

We reached the landing stage at San Marco again, and sadly our Venice boat tour was over. I’ve not even had time to tell you why the chimneys look like upside down cones, how Venice showed the world how to make money out of gambling and where you find the gas station to fill up your boat.

If you want to feel a touch of that George & Amal glamour on your private water taxi while soaking up the stories and atmosphere of Venice, I guess you’ll just have to take the tour!

More information about our boat tour of Venice

We took our Venice boat tour with Walks of Italy who offer a number of different tours of Venice and other parts of Italy. Other tours on offer that looked interesting were a Venice Food Tour with a visit to the Rialto market including cicchetti and wine tasting, a Welcome to Venice Walking Tour with a gondola ride and a Venice in a day tour with St Mark’s Basilica, the Doge’s Palace and a Gondola Ride. You can see all the different Walks of Italy Venice Tours here.

Our Venice Boat Tour took 2 hours and cost €98 per person which included;

  • A 2 hour private motorboat ride
  • A small group (9 or less) with an expert guide
  • Headsets so we could listen to the guide
  • Entrance tickets to the bell tower of San Giorgio Maggiore

Thanks to Walks of Italy who provided a complimentary tour for Heather and her family

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Where to stay in Venice

For our 3 day stay in Venice I rented an apartment with Go with Oh and was able to use the voucher that I won with Passports with Purpose blogger fundraiser. We chose this apartment in the San Marco district since it was so well located for all the main sites.

Thanks to Murissa from The Wonderful Traveller who hosted this prize contributed by Go with Oh and and for her tips on what to see in Venice. Passports with Purpose is a really worthwhile organisation which supports a different cause each year and you can win some really fabulous prizes so it’s definitely worth participating.

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Enter my £200 giveaway from Zalando – with Venice inspiration

May 31, 2015 by  
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To celebrate the spring weather and my recent trip to Venice I have a very special giveaway to share with you in partnership with online clothing retailer, Zalando. If you’ve got a holiday planned in the next month or two, you won’t need any excuse to look at a few new items for your spring/summer wardrobe and I can provide just the inspiration you might need from my Venice weekend. Read on to find out how you can win a £200 Zalando voucher to spend on clothing for your next holiday.

Gondolas in St Mark's square, Venice Photo: Heatheronhertravels.com

Gondolas in St Mark’s square, Venice

Inspired by the blue gondolas and the lagoon in Venice

Inspired by the blue of the lagoon and the gondolas moored on the edge of St Mark’s square, I’ve chosen some pieces that will keep you stylish but cosy in the breezes on the lagoon as you take a water taxi to explore the backwaters of Venice. Clambering in an out of a boat is not the place to wear your tottering heels, so for that gondola ride, choose jeans and flats and take your fashion cue from the navy striped t-shirts of the gondoliers.

Slide1Michael Kors Navy trench coat £250, Michael Kors Camila Tortoiseshell sunglasses £90, Michael Kors Jet-set travel tote bag £250, Boss orange Isabelle blue cardigan £150, Repeat blouse £160. Find them all in the Premium section of the Zalando website.

Inspired by the mellow teracotta palazzos on the Grand Canal at sunset

One of our favourite places to visit in Venice is the Peggy Guggenheim collection in the Dorsoduro district, with a beautiful sculpture garden and a long, elegant building filled with all the greatest modern artists. There is a wonderful terrace from where I took this photo where you can sit and watch the traffic on the Grand Canal, with waterbuses, taxis and gondolas all passing by.

Mellow teracotta palazzos on the Grand Canal Photo: Heatheronhertravels.com

Mellow teracotta palazzos on the Grand Canal – view from the Peggu Guggenheim in Venice

I love the washed out ochre and teracotta shades of the palazzos that line the Grand Canal, colours that you will see along all the side canals too. In the evening you’ll want to find the small wine bars where the locals go for an Aperol spritz, glass of prosecco and a few cicchetti to nibble, followed by dinner in a quiet square well away from San Marco and all the tourists. I’ve chosen some dresses that will be perfect for your evening inspired by those sunset colours of the aperitivo and the teracotta facades and rooftiles.

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Versace jeans maxi dress in rosso £145, 2nd Day Vega silk sleeveless top £100, Michael Kors Kathumar summer dress in grenadine £160, Rayban Erika sunnies in red/silver £95 – available on the Zalando website

Inspired by the white facade of San Georgio Maggiore

If you want an alternative view of Venice, take the short water taxi ride from St Mark’s square to the church of San Giorgio Maggiore where you can climb the campanile without the long queues you’ll find in St Mark’s square. This is where every bride and groom who marry in Venice come to have their wedding photos taken with the familiar view of the lagoon and San Marco in the background.

Church of San Giorgio Maggiore in Venice Photo: Heatheronhertravels.com

Church of San Giorgio Maggiore in Venice

The church of San Giorgio Maggiore was carefully positioned so that its facade is lit by the evening sun, glowing white across the lagoon. Inspired by the white frontage of the church I’ve chosen some pieces that will be elegant for sightseeing and take you through to evening for a stroll and a drink as the sun sets.

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Boss Orange Coolettee white mesh dress £150, Kartell SOK gold sandals £60, Burberry nude/black sunnies £135, DKNY Heritage rucksack £195, True Religion Halle Slim fit white jeans £170 – available on the Zalando website

If you’d like to win a £200 voucher to spend on your new spring wardrobe from Zalando here’s what you need to do;

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I can recommend staying in an apartment which gives you more space and flexibility for your money – we found ours through Go with Oh using the voucher that I won in the Passports with Purpose fundraiser that was hosted by Murissa at The Wonderful Traveler. I can also highly recommend taking a tour with Walks of Italy – we took their boat tour of Venice which included a visit to San Georgio Maggiore.

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Hike yourself healthy in 2015 – Outdoor clothing giveaway with Blacks

January is traditionally the month when we make resolutions that involve health and fitness – you know the ones. “This year I’ll lose that extra 5 kg that crept on over the last few years” or “This year I’ll train for a marathon to shake off the couch-potato that I’ve become”. The trouble is that such dramatic resolutions rarely last more than a few weeks while it’s the small actions that we take each and every day that have a lasting impact on health and fitness.

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Hiking for health in 2015

While I’m always trying to shake off those extra pounds I find it more effective to incorporate walking and hiking into my everyday life, rather than make resolutions to go to the gym that I don’t have time to keep. I walk 30+ minutes to and from work, enjoy walks in the country when I’m away for the weekend with the family and incorporate walking and hiking into my holidays too. A major trek like the Tour de Mont Blanc can sometimes be just the challenge you need sometimes but equally a walk along Canal Saint Martin and the Promenade Plantee helped me see a side of Paris that was a little off the tourist trail.

Walking in Wales Photo: Heatheronhertravels.com

Walking in Wales

I’m giving away a £200 Blacks voucher

To help you to include walking and hiking into your daily life and your travels, I’ve teamed up with Blacks, the outdoor clothing store, with a giveaway of a £200 voucher that can be spent on the outdoor clothing or equipment from the Blacks website. Check out the interview the Blacks did with me on their blog here. You’ll find information about how to enter the Blacks £200 voucher giveaway at the end of this article.

The clothing you need for hiking

To give you some ideas, here’s my pick from the Blacks range of some things that I’d love to have in my wardrobe for walking and hiking. Cosy down jackets are great for everyday walking, whether it’s a walk in the country or a walk to work, while fleeces and t-shirts made of the latest technical fabrics will keep you at just the right temperature while wicking away moisture. For hiking, I recommend trousers made of quick-dry fabric, especially those where the leg zips off to make shorts or capris.

Blacks clothing

The links for the items featured here are for your convenience but since many items are in the sale these may soon be replaced by other new season items: Patagonia woman’s down hooded jacket in red £155 (sale) | The North Face Masonic Polartex Fleece Hoody in orange£35 (sale) | Adidas superNova Tee in purple £19 | Berghaus lowscale zip-off walking trousers in grey £40 (sale) |Royal Robbins discovery Capri trousers in black £25 (sale) | Ronhill Aspiration contour capris £34

The boots you need for hiking

For footwear there’s no substitute for a comfortable pair of walking boots with proper support for those long-distance trails such as the Tour de Mont Blanc, but if you are doing some warm weather hiking as I did in Mallorca last September you may prefer one of the hybrid walking shoes that are cut lower on the ankle and are cooler to wear. For active trail running or more sporty use you might consider some of the trail shoes that have well supported soles with lightweight upper. On all types of walking boot or shoe, look out for those that have breatheable but waterproof uppers such as those made of Gore-tex. Read my tips on how to choose the perfect pair of walking boots. 

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Walking boots and shoes are not something I would recommend buying online unless you have first tried them in-store, since you may need to try on many different brands and styles to find the most comfortable for your feet but you will find these styles or similar in the Blacks stores: Merrell Daria mid GORE-TEX Boot £110 | Salomon Ellipse Gre-tex hiking shoe £100 | Merrell All-out Rush Trail Running Shoe

Of course the choice on how to spend your £200 Black’s voucher is yours, but I hope that you’ll be inspired to do some walking and hiking in 2015 on your travels. All the styles featured are available on the Blacks website at the time of publication although many are in the sale and other new season items will be available soon. Now to give you a bit of inspiration to get hiking in 2015, here are some ideas from the treks that I’ve done in the past few years;

Walking the Tour de Mont Blanc Photo: Heatheronhertravels.com

Walking the Tour de Mont Blanc

The Tour de Mont Blanc

This circular trail around the Mont Blanc Massif takes you through France, Switzerland and Italy over 170km and is normally completed over 12 days. Be prepared for arduous ascents and descents of up to 2600M, long 8 hour days walking and staying in mountain refuges that can be quite basic. You will be rewarded, however with stunning Alpine views and an amazing sense of achievement. This is an arduous trek but one which can be broken up into more manageable chucks – I walked it with a friend in stages over 4 years, or you can look for a company like Macs Adventure that offer a cut down version. Read about my walk on the Tour de Mont Blanc here.

Walking the dry stone route in Mallorca Photo: Heatheronhertravels.com

Walking the dry stone route in Mallorca

The Dry Stone route in Mallorca

Although better known as a beach holiday destination, the island of Mallorca has some outstanding walking and I was there in September walking the Dry Stone Route along the western coast of the island. From the artist’s village at Deia we walked within sight of the sea and at the coastal resort of Soller started our climb into the Tramuntana mountains, following the old pilgrim’s trail to the monastery of Lluc and on to Pollenca on the northern coast. Combined with some time in Palma this is an ideal trail for those who are looking for moderate walking with some cultural interest. Read about my walk on the dry stone route in Mallorca here.

Above Solva on the Pembrokeshire coastal path Photo: Heatheronhertravels.com

Above Solva on the Pembrokeshire coastal path

Walking the Pembrokeshire coastal path in Wales

Last spring I walked a section of the Pembrokeshire Coastal path in Wales with Macs Adventure ending up at St David’s, the UK’s smallest city. This part of the Welsh coast is rugged and wild with stunning clifftop views and hidden coves that you can only reach from the coastal path. If you can plan your visit from May to July I’d recommend the walks on Skomer Island during the Puffin nesting season when you can get very close to these colourful sea-birds as they hatch their chicks in burrows. Read about my walk on the Pembrokeshire coastal path here.

Climbing a Via Ferrata in South Tyrol, Italy Photo: Heatheronhertravels.com

Climbing a Via Ferrata in South Tyrol, Italy

Walking and climbing in the Dolomites

Last September, I visited South Tyrol in Italy and was thrilled to climb my first Via Ferrata. These climbing routes (literally iron routes) have fixed cables that you are clipped to making it easy for anyone with the right equipment to climb them, although if you are a beginner I’d recommend hiring a guide. This part of the Dolomites is ideal for walking and hiking with many day hikes and long-distance trails and you’ll be pleased to know that this northern corner of Italy is also known for its gastronomy with no less than 19 Michelin star restaurants and numerous vineyards where you can taste the local wines! Read about climbing my First Via Ferrata here.

Blacks recently featured a Q & A with me on their blog about how I started blogging and some of my favourite travel and hiking destinations. Read the interview here.

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  • The giveaway is open to all readers in any location
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