Canaregio is a famous street town in Venice. It's suitable for bringing partners together. The first one is affordable. The scenery here is very beautiful. It's worth riding. I saw pictures and introductions on the Internet before. It's said that it's good. So I went to visit it.
Canaregio is also a very beautiful area of Venice in Watercity. It used to be a gathering place for Jews. The streets and rivers here are integrated. The buildings are colorful. There are many specialty shops. The glassware sold here is very beautiful.
Canaregio is located in the northwest corner of Venice, across St. Cross Street and St. Polo. It's a long way to go. It's suggested to go to a port from the Grand Canal and get off at San Marco. One-way tickets are about 8 euros, valid for only 75 minutes. Some sites don't have ticket machines to buy tickets, so make sure you have a valid return ticket.
Normally, travel teams do not come, except for the local people, who are free-travel tourists, there are not many people. Suitable for slow pace, shuttle in the lane, feel the local living atmosphere. Shops that sell things have a unique sense of art.
This area is one of the five major areas in Venice. The houses here are all colorful, very small and fresh, and the restaurants here are also very personalized, you can eat once.
Just like Shanghai, there are different areas. Of course, you think too much. There are many restaurants and not many visitors in this area, because it is not the place where the big attractions are concentrated. It is the area where the railway station crosses the bridge.
Venice has five districts. Canaregio is one of them. It is a Jewish community, where more than 500 Jews live. Traveling through the crisscrossed alleys, we can experience the local life and enjoy the beautiful scenery on both sides of the Grand Canal.
It is one of the six regions of Venice. Located near the northwest. Pieces of buildings and waterways. And Gondola formed a beautiful picture during the shuttle. But like other famous scenic spots in the world. It's not a real feeling, it's commercialization. It's depressing.
If you have enough travel time, I suggest you come to this quiet place and be a Venetian quietly. Slowing down the fast pace we've been accustomed to and enjoying real leisure is the most luxurious time.
It feels like everything here is very good. It's a very beautiful area of Venice in Watercity. It used to be a gathering place for Jews.