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Venice's nicknames include "Queen of the Adriatic", "City of Water", "City of Bridges", and "The City of Light".

A weekend break in Venice will no doubt deliver culture and history in spades.
The Floating City is tightly packed with museums and galleries, spanning everything from ancient palaces and iconic century-old collections of art to more contemporary exhibits.

The Galleria dell’Accademia is one of the world’s great museums, and absolutely unmissable on your visit to Venice.
It also, unsurprisingly, gets very busy, so book your tickets well in advance and plan your times to miss the crowds around lunchtime or towards the end of the day should see you avoiding too much queuing.


Every corner of Venice is chock-full of historical sites and overflowing with little shops and restaurants. Which are truly worth a visit?
You won’t be able to plan your visit without this little guide.
Tips for the best times to visit the big-name landmarks without getting stuck in a crowd and our list of the best that the city has to offer everything from neighborhood pastry shops, to beautiful churches, to artisan boutiques for glass jewelry.

Venice the most romantic city in the world !
Its unique watery landscape gives the city a magical quality that is irresistible.
Venice has plenty of well-known monuments and galleries to explore but one of the greatest pleasures here is to stroll through the maze of tiny streets and canals with charming stone bridges, pretty little squares and local bars and cafes to discover.
Further a field and easily reached by waterbus are the other islands in the Lagoon including the Lido, Murano and Burano.

VENEZIA The city of the canals
This city is known as the most serene (the ‘serenissima’) among Venetians, because of the absence of cars and mopeds in its streets.

Millions of tourists come here every year to visit this mythical city. If you stay with me, I’ll try to show you the city’s many architectural and artistic attractions, and explain you some interesting things about its history.

The city stretches across many small islands in the marshy Venetian Lagoon along the Adriatic Sea in northeast Italy.

Losing yourself in Venezia's charm is the main reason to visit.
But you should also tour landmarks like St. Mark's Basilica and the Doge's Palace.
On a different day, you could take a ferry (vaporetto) to the smaller islands of Lido, Murano or Burano.
You should also make time for art: Don’t miss the Peggy Guggenheim Collection or the Gallerie dell’Accademia.
And if you long to hear an Italian opera, book tickets to a show at the Teatro La Fenice.
Grand Canal Venice
Considered to be the main street of Venice, the 2-mile-long Grand Canal is one of the city's most popular and highly photographed attractions.
Recent travelers recommend hiring a gondolier for a romantic row along the canal.
Many others suggested hopping aboard the vaporetto, or the public waterbus, for a much cheaper experience.
Vaporetto line No. 1 travels down the Grand Canal, stopping in the six sestieri, or neighborhoods, along the way.
Travel experts strongly recommend purchasing a Venezia Unica City Pass if you don't plan on walking the entirety of your trip due to the high cost of one-way fare.
Perpetual crowds have the potential to put a damper on the experience, so consider taking a ride during the evening for a quieter, more atmospheric ride.
Whichever mode of transportation you chose, travelers agree that the Grand Canal is a magnificent attraction and must be experienced during your trip.
Rialto Bridge Ponte di Rialto
Several centuries ago, if you wanted to cross the Grand Canal, the Rialto Bridge was the only way.
There are now four major bridges that cross the canal, but Rialto is by far the most famous.
Visitors recommended enjoying the bridge either early in the day or after sunset, as they said it becomes quite crowded toward midday.
Still, most say the lovely views from the top are worth any crowd maneuvering you have to do.
Campanile di San Marco
This particular bell tower was constructed in the early 20th century, as a replica of the 16th-century original.
The original structure provided the optimal setting for Galileo Galilei's presentation of the telescope; it also served as a stage for tight rope walkers who would humor the doge with their feats during the Flight of the Angel celebration.
Today's campanile is used for sightseers desiring a Venetian panorama though one with few canal views.
Most visitors say the attraction is well worth your time and makes for a great photo.
To avoid crowds, travelers say it's best to go early in the morning or later in the evening.



COSA FARE E SCOPRIRE A VENEZIA

Con un’eredità artistica millenaria e un’incantevole bellezza, è facile capire perché Venezia è una delle città più famose e frequentate d’Italia.
Durante l’estate, ci possono essere fino a 20 volte più turisti rispetto ai residenti lungo i canali veneziani. Tuttavia, anche nei giorni di maggiore affluenza, Venezia non perde mai la sua abilità di incantarci, soprattutto quando una parte più isolata della città è solo un ponte o una via stretta (chiamate calli).
Per vedere questo lato segreto dell’iconica città galleggiante tutto ciò che dovete fare è buttare nel cestino la guida turistica e lasciare che questo post sia la vostra bussola.
Siete pronti per imparare i segreti nascosti di questo classico italiano?

Venezia, le gondole, il suo celebre carnevale e monumenti spettacolari in ogni angolo. C’è chi la adora e chi la trova troppo turistica ma una cosa è certa, Venezia è una città che resta per molti un mistero e continua ad affascinare i visitatori che ogni anno si riversano tra le sue piccole calli e i canali unici.
Perdetevi tra vicoli e calli, passeggiate a piedi senza meta e se volete fate un giro in gondola, un’esperienza altamente romantica,
Scoprite i segreti delle celebri maschere veneziane e provate ad indossarne alcune nell’atelier di Ca’ Macana.
Salite ai Piombi, le prigioni nel sottotetto di Palazzo Ducale e visitate la cella da cui evase il celebre Casanova grazie al tour “Itinerari Segreti”.
Prendete l’autobus tipico della città, ossia il famoso vaporetto, per scoprire il Canal Grande e guardare taxi e ambulanze che in questa città sono barche.
Scoprite i migliori prodotti della gastronomia veneta visitando il mercato di Rialto.
Concedetevi un aperitivo in un bar ordinando un bicchiere di vino e un tagliere di formaggi e salumi.
Fate una gita al pittoresco villaggio dell’isola di Burano, a solo un’ora di barca da Venezia, è famosa in tutto il mondo per i raffinati pizzi che lavorano qui i suoi artigiani.
Assistete a un’opera nel Teatro La Fenice, uno dei teatri più belli in Italia.
Sorseggiate uno dei cocktail più famosi in Veneto, lo spritz, su una delle barche-bar delle Fondamenta Ormesini.
Visitate il “salotto più elegante d’Europa”, secondo Napoleone, meglio conosciuto come Piazza San Marco.
Visitare la piccola isola di Murano e ammirate il lavoro artigianale dei vetrai.
Salite in cima al campanile di questa piazza per una vista spettacolare della città.
Visitate Venezia durante la Festa del Redentore che si svolge ogni anno nel mese di luglio. Fuochi artificiali sulla laguna e festa in strada garantiti.
Indossate la maschera più bella e l’abito più appariscente e scendete in piazza per partecipare al Carnevale italiano più famoso del mondo.

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