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MUST WINTER BEAUTY PRODUCTS TO PROTECT HAIR AN SKIN

MUST WINTER BEAUTY PRODUCTS TO PROTECT HAIR AN SKIN

BABY IT'S COLD OUTSIDE!

As temperatures change and we drop below freezing, our beauty routines and skincare products also change.

Then, if we are also planning a ski vacation, it will be essential to have products allied to our skin that defend us from cold and dryness and give us constant hydration.

As you know, safetravelskit products are skin allies thanks to the luxurious patent-pending innovative fabric that protects skin, especially acne-prone and sensitive skin, during travel and helps us look healthy and rested even after a long trip.

Our team, therefore, has selected the perfect products for winter skin to match the benefits that our super-soft pillow cover provides while traveling to our destination in the snow.

Never without a Sunscreen

Sunscreen is most important because ultraviolet rays are more aggressive and dangerous because snow is a highly reflective surface. Our favorite product is DIORSNOW ULTIMATE UV SHIELD TONE UP a Micro-transpirant luminous emulsion with spf 50 and a lightly tinted texture that replaces regular foundation

Soft and moisturizing lips

Lips are always exposed to the elements, and with the transition from the cold outside to the heat of the premises, lips quickly tend to dehydrate and dry out

We have chosen the best lip balm for snow for you: check out ROUGE COCO BAUME by Chanel. Try the neutral shade Dreamy White or one of 7 shades for soft, elegant lips.

Protect your hands

One of the essential beauty products in the snow and for cold weather is undoubtedly hand cream, which must be rich, moisturizing and create frost-proof protective barrier.
Our favorite is Neutrogena Concentrated Hand Cream

Extra hydration for super-soft skin

Finally back at the hotel, dinner, a glass of wine, a relaxing hot shower and of course...a dose of extra hydration for the skin on the faces.
Apply a generous layer of Clinique Moisture Surge intense that delivers hydration for up to 72 hours.

A rich moisturizer is also essential for airplane travel, where the cabin air dries out the skin, along with our pillowcase that is approved by doctors and dermatologists for benefits on the skin and even the hair!

...and speaking of hair

yes, our kit is also perfect for the health of your hair and making sure that your hair stays clean and soft while traveling and you won't feel that ick feeling when arriving to destination!

 

When you're at your destination, your hair may get dirty and drier or greasier from hats, scarves, and temperature changes.
Use a light shampoo like this Balmain Volume Shampoo one that also gives volume and hydration

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A Christmas Hidden Gem In New York City: Dyker Heights

We can proudly say that New York at Christmas is magical...and unique!
The city is transformed to celebrate the Christmas Holidays and spirit, and every year there are new and enchanting spots to see.

This time, however, we bring you a neighborhood in the city that has become almost a symbol of Christmas in New York City: Dyker Heights.

Dyker Height is located on the outskirts of Brooklyn, about a 10-minute bus ride (the B64 to be precise) from the Coney Island Subway stop, and is a very affluent neighborhood indeed, with beautiful townhouses and luxurious sports cars.

At Christmas, everyone in the neighborhood decorates their beautiful villas with exaggerated lights and decorations making this area a favorite spot for tourists and "instagrammers" for their Christmas photos.

Did you know that real Tours are organized to see the lights and decorations of Dyker Heights?

How did the tradition of lights in Dyker Heights come about?

The first people to start the tradition (or challenge) of lights in Dyker Heights were...2 Italian families!


The two families were the Spata Family and the Polizzotto Family, and these characteristic exaggerated decorations were a way to remember and honor a bereavement in the family (the mother, in Spata's case, the Christmas light's expert husband, in Polizzotto's case).

The tradition soon won over even neighbors, neighbors of neighbors, and neighbors of neighbors of neighbors, and there goes the challenge.

It must be said that Spata's house, is definitely, to this day, the most exaggerated, decorated and photographed.
You will recognize the house by the Italian flag of lights, the life-size toy soldiers and the banner that still reads, "In memory of Angelo Spata"

Add this destination to your bucket list of things to do while visiting NYC around Christmas! 

 

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Best Christmas Spots to see in London!

Hello jet-setters, it’s Christmas time and the illuminated cities, become even more beautiful and magical this time of year! 

One such city is definitely London where you can find wonderful Christmas spots where you can take the most beautiful ( and instagrammable) photos!

We have selected some must-see Christmas spots if you will be in London during the Christmas holidays or if you have put this city on your wish list for next year! 

Vinegar Yard’s winter domes

Book your table in one of the six heated igloos overlooking The Shard.

Trythe Christmas-themed cocktails curated by Grey Goose, such as the Ginergoose Martini and exclusive festive dishes

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Henrietta Hotel's 1970s-inspired Miracle Bar

This festive pop-up is reopening in Covent Garden’s Henrietta Hotel.

The bar is styled as a nostalgic, retro family living room with many classic Christmas decorations 

Christmapolitan, is a MUST: vodka, elderflower, dry vermouth, spiced cranberry sauce, lime, rosemary and an absinthe mist.

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 The Connaught Village Festive Shopping Evening

Connaught Village is the shopping area next to Hyde Park. Stores and restaurants throughout the area are participating in the event. Craft workshops, live music, a visit from Santa and discounts across stores.

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 Pump Street Chocolate in Shoreditch

Bakers and chocolate makers Pump Street Chocolate will host a festive candy shop in Shoreditch

There will be hot chocolate to warm up with and freshly baked mince pies to fuel further window shopping. 

Harrods

Harrods is London’s most famous department store, located in Knightsbridge, you should visit during the night to see the store sparkle and light up! o not forget to snap their Instagrammable Christmas luxury decorations inside and outside by Dior

Regent Street

The decorations on Regent Street change every year and can often be seen representing a movie. 

Similar to Oxford Street you’ll find an Island in the middle of the road allowing you to capture pictures safely. 

Annabel’s

Annabel’s is an exclusive members-only club located in Mayfair. Always something different and exciting to look forward to because the decorations at the entrance change every year!

Travel in Europe with us...safetravelskit is the perfect Christmas Gift for travel lovers!

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3 Thanksgiving Weekend Getaway Ideas!

Thanksgiving could be a perfect excuse for a getaway!

Firstly, there is the fact that it's a long weekend, and more importantly, who can resist the temptation to take a break from the daily life?

You can take the opportunity to kick off the holiday season with an escape to someplace dreamy! Here are three Thanksgiving weekend getaway ideas for you to spontaneously jump-on or consider for next year! 

 

Leavenworth, Washington

 Leavenworth, Washington- thanksgiving weekend destination idea

Known for its iconic Holiday celebrations, this West Coast town is celebrated and know for their Bavarian-style Christmas market. 

You can visit the town's distilleries, breweries or wineries and cider houses! It's filled with shopping of some of the  most unique boutiques with cuckoo clocks, music boxes, beer steins and more/ 

Killington, Vermont

Spend Thanksgiving surrounded by the most gorgeous fall foliage!

This Vermont area is famous for having the boldest shades of reds, yellows, and oranges in the U.S.

While in town, you can participate in the annual Turkey Trot, or try the famous Chocolate Espresso Bread Pudding Muffins at Sunup Bakery.

Kiawah Island, South Carolina

Kiawah Island, South Carolina- thanksgiving weekend destination idea

Sprawling waterside homes and famous golf courses: Kiawah Island is one of the most serene places to spend a family holiday. 

If you want to spend a luxurious Thanksgiving Day, you should definitely stay at the Five-Star Sanctuary hotel, a truly famous place where delicious meals and many special activities, even for for families await you for Thanksgiving.

And, talking about Five star hotels...

Would you sleep in a 5 star hotel where there isn't a set of sheets on the bed?!


You wouldn't right and who would! 

Still, Traveling Business Class doesn't always ensure the first class experience!

Fortunately, there is Safetravelskit which is your personal airplane bedding set in Antimicrobial, Hypoallergenic, Soft Touch and non germ binding luxury fabric!

Make it a staple travel accessory and Upgrade your Travel experience!

Our parachute packing cube is only 12"x 8"x3" and weighs less than 1lb!

Super resistant and soft, you can fit it comfortably into small bags, backpacks and hand luggage without giving up space for your other important stuffs!

Traveling with children? Keep them comfy and protected from unwanted bacteria and germs!

Our seat cover and pillowcase are made of soft-touch material that is also hypoallergenic and keeps your baby free from bacteria and allergens.

The perfect travel accessory even if your child suffers from or has sensitive skin.



Monogram your pillowcase too for that chic and personal touch! 

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Travel Guide-6 Unforgettable experiences in Chicago

 

 

Chicago was voted "Best Big City" in the USA for a historic sixth consecutive year by the Condé Nast Traveler Readers’ Choice Awards 2022!

 

If you haven't been to Chicago yet, now is really the time to visit!

We've created one of our must-save pocket guides for you, in which we reveal 6 must-do experiences in Chicago (also Free)

 Garfield Park Conservatory

A fashionably stunning space with stunning glass and domes where the air is clean thanks to thousands of jewel-toned plant specimens filtering toxins throughout.

 The Morton Arboretum

Located about 30 minutes west of downtown Chicago, the Morton Arboretum offers Art installations dedicated to the natural sciences.

 Art on theMART

In the center of Chicago's coveted River North neighborhood is the world's largest permanent digital art projection.
This is a  free, self-guided public art experience not to be missed. 

 Lincoln Park Zoo

Located in the heart of Chicago's Lincoln Park, this zoo offers free, family-friendly entertainment. 

 Bloomingdale Trail (The 606)

Bloomingdale Trail—a.k.a. The 606—is a nearly three-mile, elevated greenway running west and east on the city’s North Side. 

During fairer weather, the trail also hosts various free events for families with young children.

 Ping Tom Memorial Park

It’s just blocks away from Chinatown Square—Ping Tom Park is a special place!
With its pagoda-style pavilion and bamboo gardens, the park is inviting to relaxing strolls, leisurely biking and roller-skating, and small gatherings along the river. 

 

Regardless of where your travel takes you or how you get to your destination, the Safe Travels Kit hopes to accompany you — on the road, on the rails, or in the sky.

 

 

Our first-to-market antimicrobial and hypoallergenic travel and airline bedding kits include an ultra-soft seat cover that fits both economy and business seats and a pillow cover packed into a parachute washable packing cube, all to ensure a cleaner, more comfortable journey. Kits can also be personalized by adding monogram with luxe stitching of up to three letters on on your pillow case. Sets are also washable up to 100x!

 

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SLEEP WELL EVEN AT 35,000 FEET!

SLEEP WELL EVEN AT 35,000 FEET!

EVER ENVIOUS OF THOSE WHO SEEM TO FALL ASLEEP SO EASILY WHEN FLYING? 

During a flight, some people sleep the whole time and some people...just can't sleep a wink!


If you, too, have trouble sleeping on a long-haul trip, don't worry...follow our team's tips for sleeping and resting even at 35,000 feet!

 

A cup of tea

 

Although a glass of red wine gives an inevitable sleep, there is nothing more wrong than drinking alcohol during a plane ride.

Hydration is important for the whole body and also for sleeping well!

Prefer a relaxing hot brew!

 

Choose your Seat

When booking your seat, think of the plane as your bed and consider changing your seat to the same side on which you sleep.

Relaxing sounds

Before sleeping instead of watching a movie or listening to music, download an app that plays white noise or soothing sounds such as that of the sea or rain.

 

Turn your seat into a comfortable bed

For some people, sleeping in a place other than their own bed is really difficult!
If we then stop to think about how many people have used that seat before us and whether our airline will really have cleaned the plane before the trip...sleep turns into a nightmare!

Fortunately, today there is Safe Travels Kit, the first travel sheet set that upgrades your seat!


In fact, our airline linen set includes a universal seat cover and pillowcase made of a luxurious, innovative material that is antibacterial, hypoallergenic ultra soft AND, helps prevent the spread of bed-bugs (yes, we know completely gross- but inevitable on flights at times!

You can have a peaceful sleep without worrying about germs, bacteria, allergens (and pests) and rest as if you were in the bed of a five-star hotel Now, would you ever sleep in a hotel room without provided linens? NO!!! Somehow we do and are expected to on flights! 

And on the way back? 
Don't worry! No need to wash your sheet because our fabric is NON GERM BINDING, designed to handle multiple trips

 Now, relax, sit back, catch some zzzz's  and Safe Travels! 
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Long-Haul Flight: Tips and Carry-On Essentials

Long-Haul Flight: Tips and Carry-On Essentials

Every serial traveler is perfectly organized before taking a trip, but when it comes to dealing with long-haul flights, organization is even more important.

In this blog post, our team shares some tips, carry-on essentials and "must haves" for surviving long-haul travel and flying as comfortable as if you were in a 5-star hotel: 

1.) Wear your most comfortable outfit

When it comes to long-distance travel, stick to a “comfy-chic” dress code of neutral, loose-fitting layers you can move around in. Don't forget packing a sweater as cabins can get chilly!! 

A must for ladies? Your favorite scarf, a stylish accessory and extra layer for beating cabin chills.

 

2.) Use a good travel pillowcase

For long-distance travel, a pillow is always provided but, but in any " class" we can't necessarily ensure they are crisp and clean. And as we know bacteria can survive up to 180 hours on airplanes, why not bring your own!? 

Take Safetravelskit soft-touch, anti-microbial, hypoallergenic and antibacterial travel pillowcase with you.

You'll rest better, rid of that ick and safe from germs and bacteria.

That means: protect skin from unwanted allergens. Do you have sensitive skin or suffer from acne? Travel comfy and clean adding a layer of cleanliness, without the immediate rush to wash your hair upon landing! 

 3.) Pack your own headphones

For listening to music or perhaps enjoying a good movie, the headphones provided are not the best;

Thanks to those roaring engines and crying toddlers (we love babies!!) in the next row, you can't void out the noise. 

The solution is to bring your own headphones that are even more comfortable than the ones provided!

 4.) Less makeup, more moisturize

Make-up can clog pores and at 30,000, cabin air pressure makes skin dry, brittle  and dehydrated.

Apply a good moisturizer and serum before and during the flight to ensure you stay hydrated throughout the trip!

Also, don't forget an eye drop to combat dry eyes and, of course, a rich lip balm as well.

Hydrate your skin from the inside, too and remember to drink plenty of water during the flight.

Our favorite products chosen for you are:

Lip balm by @clarksbotanicals , 
with hydrating, plumping and anti-aging properties. It nourishes and protects your lips from the effects of aging. 

Jasmine oil by @clarksbotanicals:
This innovative and immuno-stimulating botanical infusion serum and oil is perfect to moisturize, nourish and revitalize skin.

Hydraboost HA Serum Pad by @m61skincare :
Serum pads with hyaluronic acid, vitamin B5 & E that helps to reduce the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles.

 5.) Keep the blood flowing

Get up for a walk at least every couple of hours. This will increase blood flow. It is also helpful to practice some noninvasive exercises in the seat, such as shoulder movement and ankle rotation.

 6.) Try to rest and sleep

In order to sleep relaxed and peaceful, turn your seat into a place where you feel comfortable.

Even if you're not provided with a fresh soft sheet in the air, you can still make your own clean bed in the sky! 

That's why Safetravelskit has created the only seat cover that fits all types of seats and creates a barrier that lets you rest safe and clean. After all, do we sleep in a hotel without a sheet? Now you can bring your own! 

UPGRADE YOUR SEAT! 

Our universal seat cover applies quickly and adds a true layer of comfort and serenity to your seat for a peaceful and germ free flight! Don't forget to pop in earplugs and a sleeping mask and you're ready to rest as if you were in the bed of a luxury hotel.

 7.) Bring a soft bag that is not too big

On a long-haul flight, you will have to sit for a long time, and every inch is important to be comfortable.

Your personal bag to store under the seat in front of you should be small and soft so that you can keep your legs as relaxed as possible throughout the trip.

We love The Mini Weekender bag from Beis by @shaymitchell

Safe Travels,  Jet-Setters! 

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Marrakech Pocket Guide

Marrakech Pocket Guide
Marrakech is unique and will take your breath away. It is easily one of the most spectacular cities filled with vibrancy and an exhilaration of all senses.
Marrakech is an atmosphere, it is a state of mind, it is a play of lights and colors, it is bustle in the streets, it is the smell of argan, cous cous and mint.
In this pocket guide to Marrakech, we'll share how to explore and be delighted by all its majesty and wonder! 

Getting around Marrakech
In our opinion, the best way to get around Marrakech and outside the the city is surely by cab.
What's great about their drivers is that you can haggle prices with them and you can ask them to be your personal driver for the duration of your stay too! 

 

Where and what to eat in Marrakech
There is one thing we advise all travelers to Marrakech: If you're a "foodie", taste every dish of Moroccan cuisine! Do not be prejudiced, order every typical dish and be surprised by the spices, colors and cooking of each food.

Don't miss:
Yoyale cous cous, lemon chicken tajine with olives, and the Pastilla, a puff pastry pie with chicken, squab or squid inside and almond granules, cinnamon and sugar on the outside
Let's talk about costs: prices are always quite affordable compared to many other top destinations. For a 3 course menu, costs average  from 20 to 35 euros per person.
One of Our favorite restaurant in Marrakech is La Maison Arabe!
Where to stay in Marrakech
Here is one thing we are convinced of! You absolutely must stay in the Medina of Marrakech, inside a Riad.

Here is a list of our favorite Riads:
What to see in Marrakech and other information
Marrakech is a treasure chest of wealth, beauty, history...every corner will be a discovery, a surprise, an enchantment.
However, do not miss these places:
The souk: The typical Arab market where haggling before buying something is a must
Jeema el Fna Square: the chaotic town square where you will find Berber dancers, snake charmers and street vendors
Bahia Palace: considered a masterpiece of traditional Moroccan architecture.


Majorelle Gardens: This garden complex was designed by French artist Jacques Majorelle in 1931, during the colonial period.
The majorelle blue is very famous and even conquered Yves Saint Laurent who purchased it in 1980.
 
Have we convinced you to visit Marrakech?
Then start packing your bags and don't forget sunscreen, a hat, glasses and...Safetravelskit of course!

Our Seat covers and pillowcases are made from super soft-touch material, high-tech fabric that prevents germs from penetrating.

Our seat covers are not only perfect for planes and trains but also for cars!

Kits don’t have to be washed in between uses due to their non-binding material, covers are also washable up to 100x! 

What's more? Travel pillow cases can also be personalized by adding ultra-luxe monogrammed stitching of up to three letters for only a $10 add on. 

Visit www.safetravelskit.com to learn more about our brand journey, product information, and our dedication to sustainable travel initiatives through our partnership with Team Trees.

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7 things to Do in Capri

7 things to Do in Capri

Our Italian summer continues and this time the STK team takes you to Capri, the beautiful island that has captivated celebrities of the past and is still a favorite destination for VIP's!

Are you thinking of spending a few days in Capri? Then keep reading along our article and mark these 7 must-do things to in Capri!

1) Visit the Blue Grotto

Tour of the island by boat to cross the stacks and visit the incredible Blue Grotto.You can choose to join shared group tours or rent a boat with a sailor for your privacy. 

Blue grotto Capri

 2) Morning Coffee in the Piazzetta

For a coffee in the morning or an aperitif in the evening, a stop in the Piazzetta is a must. Maybe you might even meet some VIPs!

Capri Piazzetta

 How much does a coffee in the Piazzetta cost?

Sitting at the table costs around 5 euros, while for an alcoholic drink you spend around 15 euros.

 3) Take a Drink in the sky

From Piazza Vittoria in Anacapri, take the chairlift up to the summit of Monte Solaro, once at the top calmly enjoy the view, take lots of photos and maybe stop for a drink at the "La Canzone del Cielo" bar.

Descend on foot, following the signs for the Hermitage of Cetrella: a valley with a small church that was once a hermitage retreat. 

Faraglioni Capri

 4) Enjoy the view

From the Piazzetta walk down to the Quisisana, feast your eyes on the glittering windows of the luxury boutiques and then turn the corner to find yourself immersed in the bright tranquility of Via Tragara.

Via tragara Capri

The narrow street skirts the gardens of Capri's most beautiful villas and hotels with the sea shimmering beyond the jasmine and bougainvillea. Eventually you come to a small piazzata overlooking the Faraglioni. 

5) Watch the best Sunset

Where to see the sunset in Capri? One of the best spots is undoubtedly the lighthouse at Punta Carena.

Another jaw dropping spot is at the Lighthouse in Anacapri while enjoying an aperitivo at Lido il Faro!  

punta carena capri sunset

 6) Have a special Dinner

How better to end a perfect day in Capri than with dinner at a restaurant with a panoramic view or typical atmosphere?

If this is your first time on Capri, don't forget to try the local specialties: ravioli capresi filled with marjoram and caciotta cheese and the chocolate and almond-based cake, Caprese.

 Our favorite restaurant is  Lo Zodiaco.

Zodiaco Capri restaurant

 

A truly unmissable restaurant in Capri is "Da Paolino" for a fantastic Italian dinner in the island's most famous and glamorous lemon grove!

Da paolino Capri

 7) Dancing all Night long

An evening of dancing and fun in Capri that is unforgettable?

Then you have to go to a tavern, and the most famous is "Anema e core" where live music is played and dancing and singing to the rhythm of tarantella or the great classics of Neapolitan songs. 

anema e core capri

In Capri and everywhere else with safetravelskit

Regardless of where your travel takes you or how you get to your destination, the Safe Travels Kit hopes to accompany you — on the road, on the rails, or in the sky.



Our first-to-market antimicrobial and hypoallergenic travel and airline bedding kits include an ultra-soft seat cover that fits both economy and business seats and a pillow cover packed into a parachute washable packing cube, all to ensure a cleaner, more comfortable journey. Kits can also be personalized by adding monogram with luxe stitching of up to three letters on on your pillow case. Sets are also washable up to 100x!

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Venice Pocket Guide: Travel there like the Stars!

Venice Pocket Guide: Travel there like the Stars!

Venice, so romantic and so full of charm, has always been a destination loved by celebrities of yesterday and today.

During the Film Festival, the city on the lagoon is the catwalk of international stars and Hollywood icons.

How can we forget the splendid images of Paul Newman in a tuxedo suit while enjoying the beauty of Venice?

paul Newman in Venice

Definitely, at least once in your life you should go to Venice and see its picturesque beauty live.

If you are planning a trip to the beautiful Italian city on the lagoon, we at STK have prepared, a pocket guide just for you!

The Italian version of happy hour is the Bacaro-Tour; in the evenings, people go from bar to bar, drinking wine or spritz and eating different little bites of food.
Cicchetti bars are the best places to eat and drink like a local!

Our favorite is Osteria al squero, Venetians' favorite place for a perfect aperitif!

 

Osteria in Venice

What to do in Venice:

A gondola boat tour: this might be a bit expensive but it is really a must experience.

Gondola tour Venice


Stroll to the Rialto Bridge and visit the Market: The markets in Italy are really fabulous and that of Rialto is really very characteristic.

Rialto bridge Venice

Have coffee at St. Mark's Square and visit the Crypt and the bell tower, but watch out for pigeons! St. Mark's Square is really famous for the presence of pigeons that are real stars, photographed every day by many tourists.

St. Mark's Square

Photographing the Bridge of Sighs and Visit Palazzo Contarini del Bovolo

Bridge of Sighs

If you have enough time, organize a trip to the islands in front of Venice: Murano and Burano.

Burano is a colorful town and you'll get lost in its narrow streets of houses painted with pastel colors.

Burano Venice
Murano, on the other hand, is famous worldwide for glass making.
You can visit a glass factory and even buy a unique handmade piece.

Murano Venice

Don't forget to eat the real Italian ice cream! The best gelateria for us is  Gelateria il Doge

Gelato_in_venice

Venice where to eat

Our favorite Restaurant in Venice are:

 

Where to Stay in Venice

We have selected for you some of the most exclusive hotels in the city so that you can experience Venice as if you were a movie star:

Gritti Palace
Hilton Venice
Hotel Danieli
Rialto Hotel

 

Venice in style? And don't forget Safetravelskit !

After all, would you sleep in a 5-star hotel without even having a set of sheets on the bed?! 

 Our first-to-market antimicrobial and hypoallergenic travel airline bedding set include an ultra-soft airplane seat cover that fits both economy and business seats, a travel pillow case (15x20in that can also be used as a seat back tray cover), 10 sanitizing wipes, and one surgical face mask all packed into a parachute washable packing cube, all to ensure a cleaner, more comfortable journey.

For an extra touch of luxury, monogram your kit with vibrant stitching up to 3 initials!

 

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