Venice and its Lagoon

Venice and its Lagoon

Venice is a unique city, a wonder, a miracle on the water, an open air museum! With this guide visit Venice will be even easier.
Visiting it means to live a unique experience, for this you have to see it in all its aspects and points of interest, starting with the water. And even though you already know, the magic of the absolute must in this town will win you over again. Venice is full of must see places like San Marco, the Rialto Bridge and the sighs of things to do like a gondola ride and on the steamer. Without forget then the beautiful Carnival, one of the most beautiful and famous in Italy. In short, Venice is one of the places to visit at least once in your life!
Why Venice? Because it is easily accessible by train from the hotel.
The beating heart of Venice is the gorgeous Saint Mark’s square, the most elegant drawing room of Europe, surrounded by works of indisputable value: the imposing Bell Tower and the Basilica with its five portals and the decoration of marbles and mosaics that anticipate the opulence and richness of the Interior; the Ducal Palace, symbol of the Golden times of the Serenissima; the Torre dei Mori, best known as clock tower, for the engineering masterpiece that for centuries has marked the time of Venice; the Napoleonic wing, home to the Museo Correr.

Several historical cafes overlooking the square. Don’t miss the wonderful Caffè Florian: opened in 1720, is the oldest Café in Italy. The interiors are elegant, stand out for the stuccoes, paintings, mirrors … Among the distinguished guests who have sat at the tables, there are also Giacomo Casanova, Lord Byron, Ugo Foscolo, Gabriele D’Annunzio.
Not far from piazza San Marco is Campo Santo Stefano, with the homonymous Church.

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