There are more than 400 bridges in Venice. The Rialto Bridge is the most famous one. It was built in 1180. Originally a wooden bridge, it was rebuilt as a stone bridge from 1580 to 1592. It is the symbol of Venice. The bridge is 48 meters long and 22 meters wide. It is 7 meters high from the water. There are halls and pavilions in the middle of the bridge. There are shops on both sides. They sell all kinds of souvenirs and specialties. There are many tourists here every day, who can look at the canal from the bridge and shop on both sides. They are totally immersed in the atmosphere of Venice. This is the background of Shakespeare's famous play The Merchant of Venice. We traveled under the bridge in Gondola, but had no time to walk on it.
Nothing can prevent you from enjoying this elegant creature in the most romantic city. A cup of of espresso, croissant and freshly squezzed orange juice will definitely add to the pleasure!
The story of "Venetian businessman" is based on the Rialto Bridge, from Venice Railway Station, you can take No. 1 Shuiba to get off the Ria Bridge, which is the most beautiful bridge on the Grand Canal, all marble. The structure and function of the bridge are similar to the old bridge in Florence, but each has its own beauty. The Riato Bridge is a gallery bridge with pedestrians in the middle, shops on both sides and many souvenir shops. Standing in the center of the bridge is the best place to see the fascinating scenery of the Grand Canal.
There are countless bridges of all sizes in Venice, Italy. The Rialto Bridge is a famous bridge in Venice. Many vendors and shops are almost full of bridges. The sunset on the bridge at dusk is very beautiful.
Sigh Bridge, St. Mark's Square, Bell Tower, Duke's House, Bells are all together, together, together, important things to say three times! And the key thing in Venice is to have either a bridge or a boat, or you'll never reach the other side.
One of Venice's two most famous bridges is an ancient stone bridge built in the middle of the Grand Canal at the end of the 16th century. In fact, the bridge was originally a wooden bridge. Unfortunately, when a duke was married, crowds of people crowded on the bridge crushed the bridge. Later, when the new Stone Bridge was built, a design competition was held. Many big players, including Michelangelo, came to participate in the competition. As a result, the unknown Anthony Daponte won the bid. This is Venice's shopping mall. There are many shops on and under the bridge. There are a lot of people. Standing on the bridge, overlooking the prosperity of the Grand Canal is one of the greatest enjoyments.
Finally, I found the original desktop of the office computer, and took a picture of Venice at Riato Bridge. Watercity Venice. Unfortunately, it began to rain on the day of arrival, and it didn't clear up until the day of departure. It also experienced a double rain and sunshine in Venice. The Riato Bridge is also quite different from what you imagined when you read about Venetian businessmen. Crowded crowds and inexpensive shops dilute the atmosphere of literati. The price of Gondola 100 euros is prohibitive and you can only look at the people on the boat from the bridge.
Visiting Venice in late July 2016, I wanted to have a good tour of the Rialto Bridge. When I arrived at Rialto by the No. 2 water bus, I found that the most famous gallery bridge in Venice was under comprehensive repair and the shops on the bridge were still open, but tourists could not enjoy the beautiful scenery on the bridge, while the Rialto Bridge itself had only one side to enjoy.
Located in the center of Venice, the bridge is a symbol of Venice on the main road leading from the railway station to the city centre. In the middle of the bridge, there are multi-arch pavilions with open-air traffic decks on both sides. The single-arch body of the bridge spans concisely across the Grand Canal. Near the Riyatto Bridge, there are many shops selling souvenirs.
One of Venice's main attractions, it's interesting to watch boats coming and going on both sides of the bridge. By the way, there are a lot of people here who hold roses, and they will stuff one for you (they say it's for you). In fact, it's a liar.