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• Free ad­mis­sion Head on over to Bragora to pick up one-of-a-kind Vene­tian me­men­tos, rang­ing from soda can mod­els of gon­do­las to bags made from dis­carded sails.

You can even be­come a bona fide Vene­tian artist by print­ing your own T-shirt or poster here.

• bragora.it Did you know that Venice is ac­tu­ally an archipelago? Ven­ture a lit­tle far­ther afield to see some of the city’s less ex­plored is­lands, such as San Michele. This lit­tle isle is the bu­colic fi­nal rest­ing place for cen­turies of Vene­tians.

• visit-venice-italy.com Days spent flit­ting from one splen­did basil­ica to another on cob­ble­stoned streets can do a num­ber on your back. So why not go and work on your

Sun salu­ta­tions in sim­i­larly sto­ried sur­rounds?

Take a yoga class in Napoleon’s green­house – an un­miss­able place to work on your Down­ward Dog. • From $11; yo­gavenezia.com Venice was the site of the world’s first opera house, so take the op­por­tu­nity to ex­pe­ri­ence this mag­nif­i­cent art form with true afi­ciona­dos. Head to where those in the know go, and sit with the log­gion­isti in the cheap seats.

• $30; teatro­lafenice.it

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