Venice is a city in northeastern Italy. It is located on 118 islands separated by canals and connected by more than 400 bridges. These islands are located in the shallow Venetian Lagoon, a closed bay between the Po and Piave rivers. A total of 260,000 people live in the city of Venice (Comune di Venezia), and more than 50,000 of them live in the historic city of Venice (centro storico).
"Dear old Venice has a dull complexion, a distorted figure, and her reputation is growing, her self-esteem is gone, but even if she loses everything, her distinctive features are still miraculously intact." Sure enough, the water in Venice is a bit smelly ~ Venice on weekends, there are too many people! Especially the cruise ship terminal!
Dream floating on the blue waves ~ Venice. It seems to be a city floating on the water, with distinctive architecture, drama and culture. Venice has 118 islands and more than 400 small bridges. This is a city that does not require cars at all. The waterways are the streets and lanes, and buses, speedboats, and gondolas pass through the streets and lanes. Venice must experience items: one is to take a gondola, the gondola is counted by the boat, up to 5-6 people per boat. It costs 80-100 Euros, and it takes about 30-40 minutes. The handsome guys in the punting all have uniform striped T-shirts, and take you slowly in the water alley. The second is to take a speedboat to visit the most beautiful and spectacular area of Venice-the Golden Grand Canal. In the S-shaped waterway, enjoy the various ancient Romanesque, Baroque, Gothic, and Byzantine buildings built on the water. . The speedboat driver is super handsome. The third is to eat cuttlefish noodles. I recommend the cuttlefish noodle set menu, which costs about 30 euros per person and red wine. Fourth, look at the Bridge of Sighs written by Xu Zhimo...
Venice is located in the northeast of Italy. It is a world-famous water town and a historical and cultural city in Italy. There are many historical sites in the city, including more than one hundred churches, bell towers, men's and women's monasteries and palaces. The Grand Canal is the longest street that runs through the city of Venice. It divides the city into two parts. There are many famous buildings on both sides of the bank, and there are footprints left by writers, painters, and musicians everywhere. Because the entire city of Venice is built in water, and the waterways are the streets and alleys, boats are the only means of transportation in Venice. Sightseeing along the waterways in a unique local boat gondola is one of the best ways to explore the scenery of Venice. If you are lucky, you will be accompanied by music. From the roof of the German Chamber of Commerce, you can overlook the whole city of Venice.
The water city of Venice, prosperous due to water is a place that people have always longed for, a city on the water, and a fairyland on earth. Small boat gondola, giant cruise ship, luxury private yacht. Napoleon's Palace and St. Mark's Cathedral on the square. Attracted many tourists from the world. We have also been with the Ctrip group~ The water is in the city, and the city is in the water. But now he is facing the danger of being submerged by water, sigh!