Venice Travel Guide17 Jun 2015

Venice Travel Guide

At last! We always wanted to visit Venice, so we spent 4 days knowing this curious city. In the next chapters we’ll describe our particular and personal Venice travel guide. We’ll explain everything we’ve seen, our personal impressions and some tricks so you have a better journey in the capitol city of Veneto. Our travel plan was very calm. First of all, we planned to arrive to the city with a good map and a

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Arriving to Venice19 Jun 2015

Arriving to Venice

Arriving to Venice is itself a long and exhausting adventure. It took us 6 hours and half and 4 means of transport from our home to the hotel. I’ll tell you our little odyssey step by step. We arrived to Marco Polo Airport after almost 2 hours by plane. What you’ll read next will be useful for you only if you go to the same airport, but I suppose it’ll be similar if you arrive

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Rialto Bridge22 Jun 2015

Rialto Bridge

Rialto Bridge is the oldest of the four bridges that cross Venice’s Great Canal. It’s the best known both for its design and its history, because it was the most important economic center of the city for years. The bridge was built between 1588 and 1591 and it was designed by architect Antonio da Ponte, in order to replace the late wooden bridge, because it collapsed twice and burnt down once in the past.

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St. Mark Square23 Jun 2015

St. Mark Square

We spent our first day in Piazza San Marco (St. Mark Square) and its surroundings. It’s the most touristic and well known area of the city, and a must visit place, as well. You’ll have to deal with thousands of tourists at every single hour of the day, but it’s totally worth seeing. It attracts so many tourists that we even saw a banner with this slogan: “Venice is not only St. Mark Square”. And

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St. Mark’s Basilica24 Jun 2015

St. Mark’s Basilica

St. Mark’s Basilica is one of the must-see visits in Venice. It’s in the square of the same name and it’s probably the most spectacular building in the entire city. It’s recommendable to wake up early to reach the doors of the temple before it opens, because the queues are really long. And, of course, it’s better to go in the middle of the week rather than weekend. The low cost airlines make the city

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