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Lonely Planet Magazine (US) - - Globetrotter -

Venice’s pop­u­la­tion, shrink­ing for decades, now hov­ers around 60,000. Dur­ing the sum­mer, tourists heav­ily out­num­ber the lo­cals and the nar­row streets are con­stantly heav­ing with peo­ple. Con­sider brav­ing the colder weather in the win­ter to get a more in­ti­mate look at the la­goon city. Check out Rialto Mar­ket to see how the lo­cals have been get­ting their food for the past seven cen­turies. One of the best bets here is the seafood, pulled fresh from the la­goon and ready to be trans­formed into a Vene­tian feast. Look out for seafood and sea­sonal veg­eta­bles tagged as “Nos­trano”– this means it was sourced lo­cally.

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