_We***74Burano is one of the most beautiful islands you’ll find in Venice. The city is very colorful therefore sights are breathtaking. You can spend there a whole afternoon walking around its beautiful alleys and bridges. Totally recommended.
On the second day in Venice, I saw the rushing boat on the Grand Canal, watched the sunset over the Rialto Bridge, talked to the Italians about the antique culture, and counted the pigeons in St. Mark's Square... Suddenly I feel that Venice and Xiamen Gulangyu seem to have a rare water in the city. There is still love in the water. I feel that every building has its own story. The inner island is really too resistant to strolling. Ai Cui said that the sky will go from south to north and from east to west. You must not let the two empty boxes brought by the hard work go back empty, Amen...
The literary father and daughter were attracted by an inconspicuous bookstore, and they saw the two-tailed gondola piled up on books. There is also a step in the backyard, all of which are piled up with books. Dad said with regret that if it is all good Chinese medicine, I am afraid that the suitcase should not be put down. The rosy brick wall is slightly shiny, with a light color and full of dreams. The mottled paint of the old brick wall is reflected in the slightly green river. For the father and daughter who love to read, I really want to live here, come to the bookstore every day.
There is a shipwreck bookstore in Venice. The small bookstore is full of randomly placed books, paintings and postcards. The space left for people is very small. It seems to tell you that the book is the boss here. It is a good place for taking pictures and punching cards~
Vineza Venice, once missed in geometry, is now back, and the reality of more than 400 bridges tells us that not only the corners meet the bridge and the wall (because the small streets and lanes are not necessarily accessible)
Venice is a famous tourist destination in Italy, and the Venetian water city is ancient and refined.
The entire Venetian building is not high, only two bell towers overlook the entire water city, I went to the St. George Maggiore Church opposite Piazza San Marco.
Take the bus, and soon I will go to the other side and get off the boat. I obviously feel that the flow of people here is scarce. I don't have to queue up on the clock tower.
Elevator direct, down the elevator, the entire Venice Water City! The scenery really didn't make people suffocate! 360 degree panoramas are in front of you.
I can't help but sigh that the entire ancient Venice plan is so perfect, the red tile roof is all over, the green river is intertwined, it is very beautiful, it is completely understandable why local people don't want to be disturbed by outside tourists, because everything is so beautiful!
The clock tower will ring the bell every hour. Although it is already mechanized, it seems to be back in the past. Here is a bell ringer in the water city.
Strolling through the narrow streets of Venice, the overwhelming masks are a landscape you can't refuse. The masks of Venice originated very early. In 1268, official documents prohibiting the wearing of masks appeared. At that time, the maskers were mostly gamblers who were in abundance or debt-avoidance. In the 16th century, the "maskers" dressed in cloak masks traversed the streets of Venice. They had dating lovers and some were hiding from the enemy. Later, Napoleon flew south and conquered Venice. From then on, the "masker" disappeared and was not revived until the Venice Carnival in 1979. In the 1980s, Venice restored the carnival, the masks re-emerged, the styles were more abundant, the production was more beautiful, became the city symbol of Venice, and became the most popular tourist souvenir in Venice, which was popular all year round.
At 9 o'clock in the morning, we set off for the nearest Ole: Noventa Di Piave Designer Outlet. There are 186 brands in the store to enjoy as low as 30% off, plus tax rebates, shopping here will definitely make you crazy.
9am, we set off for the nearest Ole: Noventa Di Piave Designer Outlet. There are 186 brands in the store to enjoy as low as 30% off, plus tax rebates, shopping here will definitely make you crazy.
I finally came to Venice. It is even more beautiful than imagined, and it is even bigger. It is worthy of being called water city. Venice is different from other Italian cities. The beautiful Grand Canal and its winding waterways and exquisite architecture make the entire water city full of wonders and dreams. It is one of the most romantic cities in the world.
Venice is not only a city built on the water, but also one of the important towns of the Italian Renaissance. The rivers in the center of the city are criss-crossed and can reach almost any corner by boat. There are gondolas in the stream, ancient and colorful buildings, and many beautiful and complicated churches. With its unique landscape and unparalleled temperament, today's people are so addicted and addicted.
Before going to Venice, I heard that it is the place with the most tourists in the world. A small town with only 50,000 locals has to flood more than 50 million tourists every year. This is an amazing proportion of thousands of times. I am afraid that even the domestic XX ancient towns can only sigh!
In fact, whether it's searching for travel on the Internet or from friends, Venice is by no means a good place to experience. It is not denied that there are unique water city wonders in the world, and there are top architectural treasures in Italy and even in Europe. However, all of this is overwhelmed by the overwhelming crowd of tourists. When you go to Venice, you are more likely to see an ancient city with a thousand-year history, but a "mega-theme park" filled with tourists and all the scenery for tourists.
so I give the brothers a few trips
1 from the morning
2 to the far point
the next period and then show you the different Venice that you see with these two size tips