Spotter in the Spotlight: Annamaria Bergamo from Venice

Our Spotter Annamaria

Our Spotter Annamaria has all the qualities we search in a Spotter: she’s curious, knows all the spots for good food and drinks, loves to travel and is a photography enthusiast. She describes Venice as beautiful and charming, but at the same time noisy and lively. Even though she’s born and raised in this city, she admits there are still a lot of spots left to discover and experience.

Here are some of her favorites:

Tre Archi Bridge

Tre Archi Bridge (by Annamaria Bergamo)

”The Tre Archi Bridge represented the only gateway to the city for travelers who came from the mainland. First built with wood and then restored with stone the bridge was built without sidebands, as indeed were many bridges in Venice, added during the renovation work with a total different style that looks funny and charming at the same time, making it, in my opinion, one of the nicest bridges of the city!”

Full article: Tre Archi Bridge

Gelataria la Mela Verde (by Annamaria Bergamo)

”The shop might be a little small and hidden, but as soon as I get in, my mouth’s watering! You can choose among different flavours: from the traditional ones, chocolate, lemon,pistachio, fiordilatte, stracciatella and amarena(cherry), to more elaborate ones like vanilla, cherry and almonds biscuits or Scottish cookies. However all of them are delicious, special, light and tasty!”

Full article: Gelataria la Mela Verde

University Wednesday @F30 (by Annamaria Bergamo)

”The weekly party starts at 22:30 and the bar turns into a disco with pop music on until 03:00. It’s the perfect occasion to meet new people and even if you are an international student studying for a certain period of time in Venice or simply on holiday in the city, you will have the chance to have a different evening and check out the university life in Venice!”

Full article: University Wednesday @F30 

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