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Locanda Cipriani

Pitch-perfect lunch spot on Torcello Island

On the near uninhabited island of Torcello, there are only two attractions: a basilica dating from 1000 AD and the historic inn of Locanda Cipriani. Owned by Giuseppe Cipriani, of Harry’s Bar fame, the place earned literary immortality after Ernest Hemingway wrote Across the River and Through the Trees during a stay here. Today, people visit this rustic inn to indulge in the restaurant’s delectable traditional Venetian cuisine – a mix of Cipriani family creations and time-honoured classics that, in the warmer months, can be enjoyed in the verdant, blossoming garden – and to stay in the five charming guestrooms.

 

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