From Rome to Venice Station, you will arrive at this area when you leave the station. This is the gateway to Venice Island. This is also a hodgepodge of various bridges, both new and old. I arrived early in the morning, and some vendors are starting to prepare.
It used to be a gathering area for Jews. During World War II, Venice also hosted a lot of Jews. The environment and appearance of the entire area are also quite huge. It is also fun to appreciate some things here slowly.
Like our Shanghai, we divide the area into different areas. Of course, you have too much thought. This area compares people with many restaurants. Not many tourists, because it is not the big attractions, and cross the bridge area at the train station.
Cannaregio is the most populated district (or sestieri) in Venice, and the second largest in size. The Jewish Ghetto is located in Cannaregio, as well as some of Venice's most stunning churches and points of interests. It's a wonderful place to explore and get a feel for the city.
Great neighborhood with good bars that cater to locals. The cichetti in some of the places here are also way better.
Cannaregio is the sestiere or district where our apartment is located. The Cannaregio Canal was the main route into Venice before the railway causeway was built. The development of Cannaregio began in the 11th Century.
Gorgeous and quiet neighborhood in Venice. No tourists!
Canareggio is a large area in Venice where you can find a lot of beautiful streets, bridges, redtaurants and not only