City Of Canals: Venice

venice“Traveling is all about exploring and getting on with your life.”

Travel is a way to connect with other humans from around the world, make new connections with other people and enjoy life. Travelling is when you are looking for places where you can go and enjoy your vacation.  

A lot of times, travel is actually best for you mentally and physically. And most of the time, I see travel like an excellent opportunity for people to interact with other people from around the world, meet new people and explore places.

As like every traveller, I too had my bucket list, and Venice was one of the places on my list that I really desire to visit. But still, I’m unable to trigger myself to travel to Venice, City of Canals.

This happened when I decided to travel in “duo.”  I gave a call to my friend Megan and got her ready to travel one of her favourite places.

And Guess what! We were going to Venice. Yes, Venice was her favourite place.

Next thing what we did was, pack our bags and head to the airport.

Most of the time, I prefer to travel lightweight. But this time “duo”, so baggage is more. As a precaution, I already read Air Canada baggage information because we booked tickets for Air Canada and I too advise you to give a good read to baggage policy of your flight.

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After the flight, let me share the places in Venice which we visited and experience the culture of the City of Canals:

Santa Maria Gloriosa dei Frari

Santa Maria Gloriosa dei Frari, in Venice, has many beautiful tourist attractions that include a stunning castle, a Roman villa, a museum with fine art and a beautiful church with an amazing choir. As it turns out, there is much more to go there than meets the eye.

In terms of nightlife, there is one of the famous restaurants in town, known by the name Ciao. At this Italian-style restaurant, you will find a beautiful array of cheeses, pasta, salad and bread along with Italian and American beers, wine and speciality cocktails.

The city is very much at heart the historic centre of Venice, yet if you’re looking for a great day out on the beach, you will likely find that the best time to visit is immediately after dinner; this is how we end our evening.

Torcello Island

It’s the only resort on Earth that is totally surrounded by a sea of water, a natural wonder that keeps visitors coming for so long; it’s a vacation spot like no other.

It attracts tourists with its magnificent natural attractions and the fact the famous surf zone – Venezia Porta Torcello – is separated from the mainland

Towards the west of Torcello Island, from the island of Torcello near the town of Torcello – a short walk from the mouth of the Piave, or Bay of Naples – is Venice, Italy’s biggest city. Venice is known for its stunning beach, iconic old town, beautiful palazzo, and superb city streets, with the most popular ones being Calabrian Avenue and Piazza Venezia.

Here, you will get to see beautiful sights, from breathtaking waterfalls to the world famous Venezia port. Here, there are endless shopping options such as Baccio, Zappelli, La Repubblica and others.

Gondola Rides, Venice

A Gondola rides in Venice are popular because they can allow you to see the city and experience sights you might not expect to see from a motor car. You will have a wonderful time on these amazing rides. There are about 1.1km of motorised gondolas connecting Venice and Lago Nazionale.

It goes in from San Bernardino to Venice, and it is the only transportation that moves in the same direction without obstructing a street or sidewalk. The Gondola makes its way along a street with a fixed length (or width) and a predetermined limit.

In the case of a typical example, where Venice is full of shops and tourist attractions, with shops on the ground floor and tourists in the middle, Gondola riders can traverse Venice in about 40 seconds, or approximately one minute.

This way, Venice cannot be closed to cars, although there are some restrictions, the passengers don’t have to pay a surcharge to get into the Gondola.

A typical Gondola ride on Venice street takes roughly 45 minutes to arrive. With this ride, Gondola rentals also provide a way for tourists to get to know Venice. But for the typical tourist looking at Venice from a distance, a right Venice Gondola rental is worth the trip.

St. Mark’s Basilica

The Church of the Holy Sepulchre in St. Mark’s Basilica is one of the grandest chapels in Europe, yet its grandeur is not easily recognised. Visitors enter the crypt as you pass it.

Inside, as you enter the room, you begin to see a richly decorated crypt, covered in paintings and statues. The ceiling is carved with stained glass, and many paintings show angels as the angels of Jesus Christ, many of whom are wearing white robes and the cross—the iconography for the cross.

Visitors enter the crypt as you pass it. Inside, as you enter the room, you begin to see a richly decorated crypt, covered in paintings and statues. The ceiling is carved with stained glass, and many paintings show angels as the angels of Jesus Christ, many of whom are wearing white robes and the cross — the iconography for the cross.

St. Mark’s Basilica is one of Venice’s finest cultural attractions. The cathedral is home to three unique palaces. At least six other palaces are within a mile of St. Mark’s.

At last

These are the places which we really enjoyed, and there are other places that we also visited. In the future, if you travel to Venice, then these places are good for head-start. Rest, let your travel instinct works for exploring Venice.

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