The most romantic city in the world, you can't visit Italy without a stop in beautiful Venice. The cobblestone streets and stunning canals are straight out of a movie set and there is awe inspiring architecture on every corner. Head to St Mark's Square to enjoy live music and a coffee at one of the many outside tables. Have antipasti at sunset on a quiet corner of the city and make sure to sample gelato at one of the many tempting spots. The unforgettable canal rides are a fun tourist memory and we loved the tiny boutiques selling locally made glass souvenirs. The streets are all pedestrian friendly which makes it great for those traveling with kids. A great choice for couples or families looking to see a true slice of Italy.
The hidden space near Venice's St. Mark's Square - the world's most beautiful book
visitors to Venice will definitely come to the world-famous attraction St. Mark's Square, but you may not know that there is a hidden in the alley near the square. Fan Bookstore, the owner will also call it the "world's most beautiful bookstore"
[bookstore highlights and photo points]
1 bookstore to the end there is a ladder that is all piled up with old books Yan Xuejie named it "the stage of progress". The whole scene comes with a filter, and it has a feeling of super
2. The small hallway on the side of the bookstore has a wall with a book piled up. It feels like a secret passage that can cross the magical world
3 Another corner of the bookstore There is a door connected to the river outside, and the door is still stopped for the tourist to take pictures. hh/4 There are many small corners in the bookstore waiting for you to dig ~ such as the bosss side-killing cat bookstore Gondola used to put books and so on.
The boss really took a lot of thoughts on the decoration. Its no wonder that the brand of the most beautiful bookstore in the world that can be confidently hung at the door is not the most beautiful in the world. If it is said that the most beautiful bookstore in Italy should be Nothing wrong~
Search Alta Acqua on the subway to find
is free to visit, but Italy is also a tipping country, so in such a beautiful bookstore I have to remember to give some tips after taking the photo. There will be a small red box on the side of the photo. It is ~
from the sense of tipping. He has no popularity in the domestic tourist circle. Go to punch card~
Italy is the first city to become famous for tourism. I think it must be Venice. However, many friends who have been to Venice have been evaluated so dirty that I kicked her out of the route at first. I didnt expect to have a special flavor when I took the boat to the island at night. The quiet alleys were full of strange surprises. The charming luxury hotel on the island seems to have returned to the Palace of Versailles. The terrace on the waterfront can go directly to Gondola. The long-lost Chinese food makes everyone ecstatic.
In my song list, every city has a song, from "Going to Paris", "Little Blacksmith in Milan", "Equatorial and Arctic", "Arctic Snow", "Sad of Vienna", "Prague Square", to " Lost in Venice, the capital is very good. Singing songs, lost in the path of Venice, beautiful and cozy.
The most joyful part of the trip to Europe should be Venice. After continuous rainy weather, Venice gave us a great sunny day, so everyone's mood is very sunny.
Venice Water City is the essence of the Renaissance. The only city in the world that does not have a car. God shed tears here, but makes it more crystal and tender, just like a romantic dream floating on the blue waves.
Venice has the reputation of being born of water, beautiful by water, and thriving by water, enjoying Water City, Water City, Hundred Island City, Queen of the Adriatic Sea, Bridge City "Welcome to the United States.
Venice's style is inseparable from the "water", the watery alley, the flowing waves, it seems like a romantic dream floating on the blue waves, poetry and painting for a long time lingering. The history of
Venice began in 453 AD; at that time, the peasants and fishermen of Venice were escaping the nomads of the Adriatic Sea in order to escape the nomads of the cool knives. Venice looks like a dolphin. The city covers an area of less than 7.8 square kilometers, but it consists of 118 small islands, and 177 canal spiders are densely covered.
St. Mark's Square is located in the center of Venice. As one of Venice's landmark attractions, the square attracts tourists, photographers and even pigeons. St. Mark's Square has historically been the center of politics, religion and festivals in Venice. It has been the residence of the Archbishop since the 19th century and is also the venue for many Venice festivals. There are many beautiful Renaissance-style buildings around the square, such as St. Mark's Basilica, the Mint, the Governor's Palace, the Bridge of Sighs, etc. The bell tower overlooks the entire square.