- Things about Venice:
The best thing about Venice is to kick , to wander , to get lost in the labyrinth of its canals, to meet, to get lost again and to continue to kick. Do not go crazy with the map; Venice is one of those cities where it is best to let yourself be surprised by the beauty of every corner and the city itself. If you are going to stay for a short time, you are interested in booking a guided tour of Venice directly here.
- Rialto Bridge:
See the Rialto Bridge, the oldest of all the bridges that cross the Grand Canal. It is the most famous and most beautiful bridge in Venice. Well, you must also recognize that it is the most visited place for tourists. The views from there to the Grand Canal are beautiful, and at dusk even more so.
- Rialto Market:
Very close to the Rialto Bridge is the Rialto Market, get there if you pass early in the morning in this area. The market is very colorful and has a lot of atmosphere. It is located right next to the Grand Canal.
- Mak’s Square:
Walk from the Rialto Bridge to St. Mark’s Square , one of the most famous squares in the world and nerve center of Venice. In the same square of San Marco you can visit the Basilica of San Marcos, the Campanile and the Ducal Palace. This square is also associated with other types of characters that inhabit it permanently: pigeons and tourists. Try to avoid that the first do not shit and the seconds do not appear in the background in your photos
- The Basilica:
Visit the Basilica of San Marcos, admission is free. If you do not want to wait for a good queue to see the basilica (imagine the queue in high season) you can buy the ticket on the internet, reserving day and hour previously for 2 Euros. This reservation is only valid from April to November. There are also some areas in the basilica that are paid for, such as the San Marcos Museum, the Treasure or the Pala de Oro. If you are one of those who wants to visit everything in detail with a guide in Spanish you can also hire a guided tour that includes complete entrance to the Basilica, the Doge’s Palace without queues and also a visit to the center of Venice.
- Bridge of Sighs:
Behind the Ducal Palace is the Bridge of Sighs, this bridge joins the Ducal Palace with the former prison of the Inquisition. Although it may not seem like it, the name of the bridge has no connection with “sighs of lovers”, but refers to the sighs that the prisoners made when they saw the sea for the last time on the way to be tried.
- View of Venice:
Apart from the views from the Campanile of San Marco, if you want another bird’s view of Venice (with cheaper entrance and with less tourists than the Campanile of San Marco) are also advisable the views from the Campanile di San Giorgio Maggiore , Located on the island of San Giorgio Maggiore, just in front of St. Mark’s Square.
- Venice is much more than the Piazza San Marco, explore the city in depth. Approach to the Basilica of San Giorgio Maggiore, the church of Santa Maria dei Frari or the area of Guidecca . It is also highly recommended the Campo Santa Margherita in Dosoduro, a less touristy area but it has lots of atmosphere, both university and Venetian where you will find bars and restaurants with more affordable prices.
The above substance is made by J. Fisky, a UK based skilled blogger who has shaped a few web journals and contributed on many blogging destinations. He is a content strategist who is at present working at Dream World Travel which gives the least expensive and cheap flight tickets to its clients.