What to eat in Venice during Carnival - My Venice Apartment.
Needless to say Venetian kids LOVE Carnival. I have the best memories of being a little girl and choosing a costume to wear during the weekend in the town square or on an afternoon in Piazza San Marco (notice that you would wear your costume multiple times!). If you celebrated your birthday during Carnival, then your birthday party would automatically become a costume party, which you can.
In Venice during Carnival celebrations, you can find these party’s typical sweets everywhere, in pastry shops and bakeries: frittelle and galani are the symbols of Canival itself, Venetian culinary specialty, delicious and simple to make. Tasting these typical Venetian desserts it’s a must during Carnival, maybe with a hot coffee or chocolate to warm the cold February evenings, or a fresh.
The Venetian traditional desserts. During Carnival time the historical bakeries of Venice are a triumph of “galani” and “fritole”, calli and campielli are immerged in the delicious sweet smell of the typical fried food that make the confectionery history of this lagoon city. Anyway, during the rest of the year the work of the craft confectionery laboratories isn’t suspended, in fact.
Carnevale di Venezia (Venice Carnival) is undoubtedly one of the most famous carnivals in the world. The beautiful costumes and typical Venetian masks transform the city in a magical way. The glamour of it all will make you wish you lived in a different time period. The event attracts approx. 3 million visitors per year, which makes it the largest event in Venice. I cannot deny that it can be.
Italian chestnut desserts - cakes. One of the most traditional cakes made with this sweet flour is castagnaccio which can be found throughout Italy. This is a dense cake made from chestnut flour and water with addition of raisins, pine nuts and rosemary. There are many variations of this cake, depending on the region, so you can find that somewhere they replace the water for milk or substitute.
Project yourselves into Venice Carnival of the Eighteenth Century wearing lavishing costumes and tasting traditional Venetian dishes in our 2020 Venice Carnival Grand Galas, where historical re-enactments and mystical atmospheres melt together with the Magic of Venice Carnival. Let yourselves get carried away with an outburst of artists, sets, costumes, lights and colours in a Sensory Journey.
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