More insider guides for planning a trip to Venice
You don’t have to spend lots of money to enjoy Venice, the city is so interesting architecturally, historically and culturally that you can easily spend the day marvelling at the sights and attractions around you. From watching free glassblowing demonstrations in Murano, and wandering markets of Rialto, to spending a few hours at the Lido and exploring the many churches, here are a few of the best free things to do in Venice, by Telegraph Travel destination expert, Anne Hanley.
Take a look inside St Mark’s Basilica
From its four great bulbous domes outside to its one-and-a-half square miles of glimmering mosaics covering the splendid interior, there’s nothing understated about Venice’s…