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Venice, the City Of Water
Many tourists, both domestic and international, think of Venice as the most beautiful city in the world. Famous for its bridges and canals crossed by boats and gondolas, Venice is the best destination for couples of all ages that come here to spend their honeymoons, anniversaries, or just romantic weekends.
Not only do the canals create a charming atmosphere but also the city’s works of art such as the Grand Canal, the Rialto Bridge, Palazzo Ducale, the Bell Tower, Clock Tower, St. Mark's Square, the Basilica, and so on.
Visitors to Venice can certainly not miss the Carnival, the most internationally known festival celebrated in Venice with thousands of people walking around in fancy dresses.
In Venice there are also hidden corners, often neglected by tour guides, which you can easily discover with the help of our Locals!
 
Venice, the City Of Water
Many tourists, both domestic and international, think of Venice as the most beautiful city in the world. Famous for its bridges and canals crossed by boats and gondolas, Venice is the best destination for couples of all ages that come here to spend their honeymoons, anniversaries, or just romantic weekends.
Not only do the canals create a charming atmosphere but also the city’s works of art such as the Grand Canal, the Rialto Bridge, Palazzo Ducale, the Bell Tower, Clock Tower, St. Mark's Square, the Basilica, and so on.
Visitors to Venice can certainly not miss the Carnival, the most internationally known festival celebrated in Venice with thousands of people walking around in fancy dresses.
In Venice there are also hidden corners, often neglected by tour guides, which you can easily discover with the help of our Locals!
 
Useful information:
There are several possibilities to reach Venice city centre from Marco Polo and Treviso Airports including taxis, buses and watertaxi services. It is also easy to reach Venice by car with motorway and road connections. If you get by train, the only railway station is Santa Lucia which is connected to the rest of Italy by Eurostar, Intercity, Interregional and local trains. For more information please visit: Getting to Venice
 
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