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Gluten Free In Venice-Italy
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Ciao,

my name is Veronica and I live in Venice. Here in Italy it is easy to live and travel gluten-free. Should you need any informations, such as restaurants, places to stay, where to buy foods, famous brand........ it will be my pleasure to help you....

Veronica

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Ciao,

my name is Veronica and I live in Venice. Here in Italy it is easy to live and travel gluten-free. Should you need any informations, such as restaurants, places to stay, where to buy foods, famous brand........ it will be my pleasure to help you....

Veronica

Hi again, Veronica!

I do not recall where you typed information on pizza places and other gluten-free restaurants in old Venice and Mestre. Sorry - would it be too much of a bother to post or PM me? Actually, it may be good to post here for others' benefit as well.

Thanks lots!

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Never mind - did some searching and found the information I was looking for. Thanks again! This will be a great help.

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Hi again, Veronica!

I do not recall where you typed information on pizza places and other gluten-free restaurants in old Venice and Mestre. Sorry - would it be too much of a bother to post or PM me? Actually, it may be good to post here for others' benefit as well.

Thanks lots!

In Venice we have just one real gluten free restaurant; then we have places we often go and for this reason they know how to behave.....and they are safe....Pizza place there is only one On Lido, which is an island in front of Venice. Both Lido and Venice, we have gelato places......Always at your disposale for any information

Ciao Veronica

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if you plan to come to Venice-Italy here is the link of a new chocolate and gelato place...n

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...amd in 3 months...it will be carnival? Did somebody ever heard abiut it?

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...amd in 3 months...it will be carnival? Did somebody ever heard abiut it?

Yes - I know all about it although I have never been in Venice during that time.

We had a fantastic recent trip to Croatia and Venice! Our next trip is already booked for May. :D

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Glad you had a great time, especially after your health problems beforehand :) I've never been to Italy but it's on my list!! Next year's holiday already planned, but not booked, so maybe the following year.

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Glad you had a great time, especially after your health problems beforehand :) I've never been to Italy but it's on my list!! Next year's holiday already planned, but not booked, so maybe the following year.

Thanks lots! I said this on another thread but I managed to get four seats in a row on the Toronto to Frankfurt flight both there AND return! It was amazing. I got to lie down. :D

I really like Italy a lot but I do confess I love Croatia more. Biased, I know, but I prefer less crowds and chaos and commercialism. Not that everywhere in Italy is that way (my favourite part is Sicily) but many areas are. It is still pretty amazing, though. And I firmly believe everyone should see Venice at least once. :)

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