After reading a lot about Italy, and since we can't travel from Feb to Apr, we decided not to wait and see Venice before the Carnival begins, which means in Mid-January.
We'd have about 5 days to see Venice and its surrounding towns.
We are not interested in indoors (Museums, Churches, Mosaics, etc).
We enjoy strolling in picturesque towns and streets, vibrant markets, rivers that flow within the city.
We're more outdoors type of persons.
I have a few questions please:
1. How would you allocate the days per town?
2. Would you recommend to go to Burano Island for a day trip?
3. We thought to go to Verona after Venice.
Considering that we are not into outdoors, would 1 day be enough to see Verona?
4. Is there other nearby town you'd recommend to visit other than Verona?
Thank you very much!
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