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  1. Julia

    A few things…Veneto does not have an ‘a’ in it; people definitely know you are a tourist if you are eating breakfast at a bar after 10 and lunch before 1; Italians do not drink a spritz with food (only before); you have a photo of San Marco in Venice in a post about Treviso (and not in the day trip section…).

    • The Blonde Abroad

      Hi Julia! Thank you for your note and keen eye! These observations were just made from my personal experience but I’ve made a couple of adjustments in the post. Appreciate it!

  2. Chelsey

    Kiki! My husband and I are traveling to Italy in the spring and I’m using your two-week itinerary as a guide to plan it. We plan on traveling to Treviso for a day while we’re in Venice, but now I’m rethinking staying in Venice after reading this. Treviso sounds wonderful!

    • Aww they’re such different destinations but you should absolutely visit Treviso! Venice is obviously incredible, but Treviso is much more local and there are hardly any tourists!

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