VENICE, ITALY

Venice is my favorite place so far in Italy simply beautiful with the most stunning architecture and views. You can view the whole city within a day or two. Venice is not only romantic with endless canals including gondolas, also historic buildings and some of the best cuisine I have ever tasted! There are so many fantastic sites to see I was unable to see them all, although I managed to visit numerous places.


WANDER THROUGH THE CITY

The best way to see Venice city is on foot or boat, I personally prefer to walk as I was able to see a lot more up close. The city is full of beautiful traditional buildings located canals by the river and there are also several bridges across the river that include many restaurants,cafes,and bars .

Captured are some of the perfect spots to relax take in the beautiful views whiles eating some lunch plus sipping on some tasty Italian wine :)The main historic sites Piazza San Marco, Rialto Bridge, Doge's Palace, San polo can always wait. I actually enjoyed the places that were less busy with not as many tourists.


It would be crazy to visit Venice and miss out on the most famous part of Venice San Marco sqaure.

ROMANCE

Venice is known as one the most romantic cities in the world and I have to agree! I saw a couple having wedding photos taken by the canal, several couples walking hand in hand as well as romantic gondola rides.


ITALIAN WINE

When in Venice drink like an Italian :)Wine is super cheap in Venice average price is usually

2-3 euros fora good glass of wine.During the time I went to Venice I enjoyed my wines especially red wine.


The 10 Best Places for Wine in Venice

  1. Alportego

  2. Rossopomorodo

  3. Al Bogetton

  4. Al Merca

  5. Vineria all' Amarone

  6. Estro

  7. Cantina Do Spade

  8. Covino

  9. Osteria Al Squero

  10. Bistrot de Venise

https://foursquare.com/top-places/venice/best-places-wine

You can not go to Venice and miss out on the most famous part of Venice San macro sqaure.


"Piazza San Marco is in the heart of Venice,It is 590 ft (180 m) long and 230 ft (70 m) wide, and is the only “piazza” in Venice, since the rest of the squares are called “piazzales” or “campos”.

It was established during the ninth century, but adopted its current size and form in 1177, and was paved one hundred years later"

https://www.introducingvenice.com/piazza-san-marco


I loved Venice the whole trip was superb! TI AMO VENICE :)


TIPS

  • Ferry ticket one-way to Venice main center costs only 6.50 Euros including transfers.Visit sites outside of the main tourist's attractions such as Cannaregio, Santa Croce, and Dorsoduro I would recommend walking as well. Bring an umbrella ! Whatever the season Venice is known to rain so bring your brolley better safe than sorry!

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