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Finding a place to stay in Venice
Venice is a tiny city and there is never enough accommodation for every 20 million people visiting this beautiful city every year. Because every room counts, vacation rentals in Venice may prove a good money-saving alternative to traditional hotels.
Rent an apartment in Venice and you get a home with all the comforts and perks of independent living. You can cook, make tea or coffee, bring in alcohol, have guests over, work and rest whenever you like without being bothered. Apartments in Venice provide much more living space than a standard hotel room, and you will feel much more comfortable in a separate bedroom, a living room and with a fully functional kitchen.
If you are travelling with family or friends, renting a 1-, 2- or 3-bedroom vacation rental in Venice allows you to save money. Booking two or three adjacent hotel rooms is a pricey endeavour regardless of the city you want to stay in. Apartment rentals in Venice, however, are usually priced per unit, not per guest, which makes vacation rentals a great option for money-savvy travellers.
Because Venice is so tiny, you will be close to all the attractions and historic sites of the city - guaranteed, regardless of the location you choose for your Venice accommodation. There is a right combination of price, size, amenities and location that will make a perfect Venice vacation home.
Sweet Home Abroad offers apartment and villa vacation rentals all over Europe and North America as well.
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Murano

The Venetian archipelago of Murano is famous for its glass-blowers: there are over seventy glass-blowing workshops, big and small, on Murano, and over a hundred stores and boutiques that sell glassware made here.

In the Middle Ages, to preserve secrets of the trade and protect Venice from fires (glass-blowers traditionally worked with open flame), the Venetians relocated their glaziers to Murano. This is how an island of closed workshops came to be, where privileged craftsmen created light decorations, glasses, cups of different colours and tones. After the fall of Byzantium the Murano glaziers came up with a recipe of an alloy of glass and paint - smalt - from which many famous mosaics have been created since.

Nowadays the island has changed: there are no more secretive trade unions, and artists from all over the world work openly, gather experience and refine their skill, create collections for modern museums.

You can get to Murano from Venice by vaporetto only in 10 minutes, and after exploring its sights (the cathedral Santa Maria e San Donato, the church San Pietro Martire) head to the neighbouring island Burano. Or you might as well stay till evening, visit the Museum of Glass (Museo del Vetro), shop for souvenirs and enjoy the sunset over the Venetian Lagoon.

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