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Shops in Venice: where to buy souvenirs and delicacies

Previously, BlogoItaliano already talked about the most remarkable shopping centers, outlets and markets of Venice and its environs for those who can not imagine their trip without shopping. In this article we continue the theme of shopping in Venice, but this time we will pay more attention to the points where it makes sense to look at souvenirs and local delicacies.

What to bring with you from Venice? Of course, a carnival mask, Murano glass and the finest lace are what the region is famous for. In addition to things in a suitcase, it is worth leaving a place for edible souvenirs - ham, cheese, wine - all that without which Italy is simply unthinkable.

In the center of Venice, shops selling all of the above are found at every step. Selecting the most colorful is a matter of taste. But we still tried.

Cà del sol

Shop of Venetian masks. It is open at the workshop where you can watch the manufacturing process. And if you have the time and desire, you can even get training in this craft.

In the workshop you can watch the process of making famous masks.

Address: Calle Seconda de la Fava, 4964

Opening hours: daily 10: 00-21: 00

Margherita Rossetto

Author's ceramics shop by designer Margarita Rossetto. Her painted dishes with floral motifs, birds and cute little animals have already won the hearts of many visitors to Venice.

Margarita Rossetto's author's ceramics shop

Address: Calle Bergami S. Croce, 659

Opening hours: Mon-Sat: 9: 30-13: 00, 15: 30-19: 00

Marega

One of the most famous and popular tourist shops. Here you will find hundreds of Venetian masks for every taste and budget: from the simplest to incredibly sophisticated, decorated with feathers, lace and crystals. In general, this is a network of three stores, in one of which you can buy a carnival costume.

The store has hundreds of Venetian masks for every taste and budget

Addresses: San Polo, 2940 / B (showroom and workshop), Fondamenta De L'Osmarin, 4968 (store), Fondamenta De L'Osmarin, 4976 / A (masks and costumes)

Opening hours: daily 10: 00-19: 30

Artistic Murano Glass Gallery

Gallery of Murano glass products that Venice is so famous for. Moreover, there are both cute small souvenirs such as hairpins and pendants, as well as real works of art, up to elegant sculptural compositions and amazing chandeliers.

In the gallery you can see real works of art

Address: Piazza San Marco, 78-79

Drogheria Mascari

This family-run store has everything without which it is impossible to imagine Italian cuisine. Shelves are lined with jars with various spices and herbs, sweets and chocolate, honey and other local products. By the way, there is a very good enoteca.

It has everything without which it is impossible to imagine Italian cuisine

Address: 381 S. Polo

Opening hours: Mon-Sat: 8: 00-13: 00; 16: 00-19: 30

Prosciutto e Parmigiano

The name of the store speaks for itself: you need to come here for cheeses (and there are more than 150 types of them on the counter) and delicious prosciutto. In addition, the store has pasta, olive oil, modena vinegar and much more. And for those who want to continue to enjoy the streets of Venice without heavy bags in their hands, there is a delivery service.

This store is famous for its delicious prosciutto and a huge selection of cheese.

Address: Calle del Mondo Novo, 5793A

Opening hours: Mon-Sat: 7: 30-14: 00; 15: 30-19: 30

Aliani Casa del Parmigiano

Another great gastronomy in Venice. This store has an excellent selection of the freshest local cheeses that are brought every morning directly from the farm. Fans of meat delicacies will also find something to their taste here. Pasta, butter, various sauces and ingredients for their preparation - all this and much more awaits you on the shelves of Casa del Parmigiano.

Address: Calle del Scaleter, 214

Opening hours: Mon-Thu: 8: 00-13: 30, Fri-Sat: 8: 00-19: 30

Useful articles about Venice

  • What to bring from Venice
  • What to see in Venice in 1 day
  • How to get to Venice from Marco Polo Airport
  • The Most Romantic Hotels in Venice

Photos by: Alessandro Bonvini, wiredtourist.com, pixabay.com, Kate Hopkins.

Watch the video: SOUVENIR SHOPPING IN SNOWY VIENNA (November 2019).

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