Excursions in Venice
It has long been known that the most romantic place on earth is Venice - a wonderful city in northern Italy. It is located on the water and is connected by bridges and canals. His palaces were never rebuilt, and to this day they have their original appearance..
Excursions in Venice are booked in order to get to know the famous city better. A particularly large number of tourists visit the city during the famous Venice Carnival. Venice attracts with its majestic sights, art exhibitions and various festivals. The city is full of mysterious and interesting places.
Sightseeing tours in Venice provide an opportunity to contemplate a wonderful view of the city from the surrounding islands, look into the window of a secret apartment where Casanova hid for a long time, see the majestic palaces, within the walls of which the secrets of their owners are kept, and simple quarters with the townspeople living in them.
Acquaintance with the city on the water
Plunging into the atmosphere of this magical city, you will definitely want to walk through the canals along small bridges, swim on a gondola or water tram, visit an opera or do a thousand more things to get an unforgettable experience.!
But there is no way to ignore the historical sites of Venice. These include:
- Piazza San Marco is the main city attraction. St. Mark's Cathedral with five domes is an important decoration of the square. It also contains two columns of Marco and Theodore, brought a long time ago from the crusade. In the west of the square there is an old mint - Dzekka. Not far from the cathedral there is a clock tower, on which it is written - "I count only happy hours." There is a lion statue on the roof of the tower.
- For a long time, the Cathedral of San Marco was the main spiritual center of the city; the relics of St. Mark were buried in it. The cathedral's mosaics depict various biblical scenes. There is a Golden Altar in the temple, adorned with precious stones and gold products.
- The Bridge of Sighs is a baroque bridge over the Palace Canal. White marble decor makes it incredibly light and graceful in appearance.
- Rialto Bridge - connects the banks of Venice's Grand Canal and is the most visited of all bridges. Initially, most of the bridges were wooden, but due to frequent fires, stone structures began to be built. The large number of tourists is explained by the abundance of shops, souvenir and jewelry shops located right on the bridge.
Also worth a visit is the Accademia Gallery, which exhibits works by prominent masters of Venice in 24 large halls..
Venice is one of those cities that you must visit at least once in your life.!