Venice's reputation is so loud that the city needs to refuse visitors. The city has its own characteristics and life. As we walked around the city, we saw an old postman delivering mail and wondered if we were really disturbing their lives. This city can't ride a car, a subway, a train, or even a motorcycle or a bicycle except by boat. This is the city.
It's better to live on the main island of Venice. If you wander through the alleys like this, you will have different surprises. Maybe it's a church with a long history. Maybe it's a shop that has been running for decades. It's made of beautiful masks and glassware. It's always catching your eyes and purse.
Every city that is well-known in history will have a river that gives birth to the life of the city. And this city, as if isolated from the rest of the world, lives its own lazy years alone... With an area of 7.8 square kilometers, 118 islands and 177 rivers, Venice is connected by 401 bridges. Venice is embedded in the ripple sea. No city in the world has such a history and legend, of course, no city has such dignity and charm! Like a treasure linked by a string of pearls, it illuminates Apennin! The Pearl of the Adriatic Sea is the end of land and the beginning of the ocean. She's so famous that you know everything before you go. Because she's so unique that you imagine yourself sitting through Gondola countless times before you go. Gondola has become a little tourist badge in Venice! When it comes to Paris, you can't help thinking of the Eiffel Tower; when it comes to Venice, you can think of the swaying Gondola...
Successfully landed in the Italian Millennium Water City - Venice. Walking in St. Mark's Square, Parliament, Sighing Bridge, Beauty!
Venice is a famous tourist and industrial city in northeastern Italy and the capital of the Veneto region. Venice consists of 118 small islands separated by canals and connected by bridges. The only means of transportation in Venice are walking and boating. Water taxis are equivalent to taxis, and the fees are high. I heard that Venice is one of the most beautiful man-made cities and one of the most romantic cities. It is recommended to spend three or four days walking around. If you are tired, you can buy two bottles of Italian sparkling wine to drink by the river. It's very sentimental. Recommendation!
It's a beautiful water city, a city without cars, and boats are the only means of transportation.
Venice's historic center should be just an emotional word. There is no historic center in the geographical division. Venice is divided into six districts: Canaregio, Sao Paulo, Dorsoduro, Saint Cross, Saint Mark and Castle. In fact, walking on the main island of Venice, you will always feel the existence of history. The city does not know when it will disappear and sink to the bottom of the sea. Traveling through the alleys on the main island, you can see all the time the walls are falling off. What the city shows visitors is its most brilliant aspect.
The St. Mark's Square around Venice is the historic center of Venice. Walking around it, you can visit the old buildings such as St. Mark's Cathedral, Mint, Governor's Palace, Sighing Bridge and the scenery on both sides of the Grand Canal. You will feel the unique charm of this water city.
Venice is a famous tourist and industrial city in northeastern Italy and the capital of Venice. Venice was once the center of the Republic of Venice, known as the "Adriatic Sea Pearl", where the Crusaders assembled during the Crusade, and it is one of the most romantic cities in the world. The city of Venice covers 118 islands of the Venetian lagoon along the Adriatic Sea in northeastern Italy and a peninsula nearby, with 117 waterways crossing vertically and horizontally. This saltwater lagoon lies along the coastline between the Bo River and the Piave River.