Prano Island and Tolchero Island, today the whole Venice area fog, sea visibility is not good, Prano lace and lovely color house, Tolchero is recommended by the local quiet island, population is only 100, because the relationship between foggy atmosphere is good enough to have a mind-opening desire.
The island of Tolchero is tiny and situated in the lagoon of Venice. It is full of vineyards and wildflowers. It is inhabited by about thirty families. In the middle of the island is a magnificent cathedral, which was under construction when William the Conqueror conquered England. A ditch and a lane connected the island to the Venice lagoon; red sails and yellow sails eased through the vines. The bell in the bell tower struck three times a day, in harmony with the bells on the surrounding islands, and jointly performed a chorus. Originally like a drifting cloud, Tolchero Island has become a place of entry and exit for Venice. Tourists flocking to the island have exceeded the island's best affordability. They come on fixed steam liners, on franchised motorboats, and on yachts. They travel along the trail all day and do not know what they are looking at.
Tolchero loves its pastoral style! The tranquility here contrasts sharply with the noise of the colour islands, but it is said that Torcello, the birthplace of Venice, once had a glorious and prosperous life, and there are still many remains on the island. There are only about thirty families here today.
Most of the people who come to Venice are by train. Personally, I suggest to live on the main island. It's much easier for you to go to the island the next day in more than a dozen euros, and the scenery is beautiful in the morning and evening. If you are flying, there are buses to and from the main island at Marco Polo Airport, 5 Euros, and they are free by ticket. It is suggested to buy a 48H bus ticket. Venice needs to play for 2 days. Before going there, some friends said they were disappointed with Venice. They went with a group. They only stayed in Marco Polo Square on the main island for a while. Of course, they were disappointed. Tourist guides were afraid that tourists would get lost. They repeatedly stressed that they were not allowed to cross four bridges. In fact, there were no bridges so easy to get lost, and each bridge had a different scenery and the main island was quite large. It's hard to walk on both legs. Water bus line 1 is a tour route around the island.
If you think Venice is too crowded, take a rest on Tolchero Island. Once one of the earliest settled islands in the lagoon, it is now a sleeping stagnant water. The old rectangular church is lovely and well restored. It is recommended to go camping. The view of Venice and the lagoon from the top of Campanile makes climbing more valuable.
Torcello is an island with very few inhabitants and very beautiful sights. Visit the Basilica di Santa Maria Assunta and the ruins that surround it.
Not much to see but if you're an open-minded person. You'll see the value!
TORCELLO, the origin of Venice, is near the Island of Colors. After going to the Island, there is a path. At the end of the river, there is a church. around the tenth century, it was the most prosperous place in Venice, and now there is only a depression, but quiet and ancient happened to be the most attractive feature of the island, where Hemingway once lived. The former prosperity and the present depression