Venice, perched over a charming lagoon, is a city which never grows old. You might think since it is visited so much that it has lost the magic. However, the more you visit, the more beauty will unfold before you.
You can walk around the whole city within hours. However, you need to remember it is easy to get lost. This enchanting pedestrian city is a dream for every traveler.
A City Full of Romance
Famous landmarks include Doge’s Palace. It was here that the great men of the city came together to rule. You must take a guided tour of the ancient palace and wander along the scary dungeons. The looming clock tower above your head will beckon you. Book a tour in advance, if you want to know how this gloriously old astronomical clock works.
Jewish Ghetto is an area where you will come across ethnic diversity. From the colors of the East to the Jewish culture, everything contributes to Ghetto life.
Rialto Bridge is an icon of the city. The famous Bridge of Venice exemplifies the Venetian culture. Busy Farmer’s market, cute windowed shops, and funky cafes await in Rialto Market.
Are you self-obsessed? Then you better hurry to Scuola Grande di San Rocco. This magnificent house has glass mirrors decorating the ceiling. Thus, you can gaze at the top, till your neck sprains.
Climb the Bell Tower in San Marco Square to glimpse a panorama of the Italian city. Venice can be gloomy during rainy months. Thus, if you visit during that time Zattere is the best place to go. It is well protected from winds; you can even sit on a gondola and enjoy Venetian waters. Built in the fourth century BCE, San Giacomo di Rialto is the Oldest Church here. For a day or night of culture, you can go to La Fenice Theater, Correr Museum, Ca Pesaro and much more.
November 27, 2016 4:40 pm
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