Venice is a uniquely beautiful canal city. Located in northeastern Italy, the whole city lies on the water. Water is Venice's soul. The beautiful structures of the city are all reflected in the water, as though all of Venice is afloat and drifting calmly. The Grand Canal is the “road” that passes through the whole city of Venice. Take a gondola and experience the water city's unique style. Don’t forget to try Venice's unique Spaghetti al Nero di Seppia (pasta with squid ink) and buy an exquisite hand-made mask before you go. Venice's wonders are not limited to the city’s center. On the azure waters of the Venetian Lagoon, there are many wonderful outlying islands that have to be seen, such as Burano, Murano and the Lido di Venezia.
_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.
Europe and in particular Italy are facing significant health challenges. Authorities have responded with a series of travel restrictions and enhanced public health measures. While not as stringent as those issued by the Chinese government, the European regulations present a significant burden for those currently traveling or who intend to do so in the near future. In this short article, we will detail measures now in place in major European countries as well as offer some general recommendations for how travelers can stay safe while abroad.
Spring break in Italy, an European country blessed with beautiful landscapes to see and mesmerize. The cities in Italy have unique cultures as well as culinary skills. It can be visited at any time of the year but if you consider planning a budget holiday along with good climate, Springtime will be the best. Spring brings a lot of positivity and liveliness as the country has ample attractive gardens which blossom during this season. Italians celebrate spring on a huge level. You'll be able to enjoy a lot of springtime festivals hosted throughout Italy. You can witness these splendid festivals wherever you are in Italy just the season being Spring!
Italy is a happy and free country with various festivals. Each district has their own features in Italy, such as Carnival, the Venice Film Festival, Siena’s Horse Racing Festival, Milan Fashion Week, and the Milan Furniture Fair, etc.
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 charm of Venice is perceived in every corner and in all the little things. During the Christmas holidays, Venice becomes even more magical and full of lights and colors.
When thinking of Venice I think of the velvet-padded gondolas. It is an obvious and cliché choice of experiencing Venice. The ride through the winding Grand Canal is elegant, slow, with unusual silence permitted by the absence of cars and beautiful views of pastel old buildings with entrances on the canal's side. Same (or even better) is if you're staying in an apartment with a balcony above the canal with singing gondoliers paddling below you every few minutes. Oh, la dolce vita.
Made of velvet-padded gondolas, scenic bridges & canals, beautiful balconies with matching flowers, architectural masterpieces of floating palaces, cicchetti & bellini gatherings... Any girl will begun to feel La ‚Dolce Vita‘ the moment you arrive to Venice. The most romantic city in the world is not to be missed and definitely must be experienced with your soulmate.
The famous Grand Canal in Venice, Italy is one of the most picturesque spots in the city. Traditional poled gondolas dot the waterway makng for a unique and unforgettable experience for all visiting tourists.
Bridge of Sighs in Venice is undoubtedly one of the most photographed places in the world. Visitors come from all over the world to take a gondola ride under the bridge.
At a little colorful island, Burano in Venice! Such rainbow-like houses are so magical, to make the people joyful!
One of my favourite places in the world. Venice was the first part of Italy I'd ever seen and it's stayed with me no matter where I've travelled.
Venice is enchanting. Yes, that may be cliché to say, but once you see the city on the water for yourself, you'll surely agree. You'll see water taxis coast along, passing underneath the Ponte degli Scalzi (Bridge of the Barefoot) and might hear the faintest hint of a serenading violin, or is that your imagination? It might not be all in your head. Romantic gondolas carrying smitten couples glide through the web of the city's many waterways, and gondola drivers are known to sing when the moment feels right. On land, narrow passageways twist past Old World storefronts and residences, and over bridges.