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  • Saint Mark’s Square

    General view of Saint Mark’s Square Saint Mark's Square is one of the most famous squares in Venice and it is one of the most important tourist attractions on a global level. It attracts thousands of tourists to marvel at its great beauty each year. Even Napoleon...

    0 by Kate, in What to see Venice, 8 months ago
  • St Mark's Campanile

    St Mark's Campanile is located in Piazza San Marco, and although it's the bell tower of St Mark's Basilica, they are not physically joined together (I had my doubts about this at first). It measures 99 metres tall and, with there not really being many tall buildings in...

    0 by Lottie, in What to see Venice, 10 months ago
  • Venice, Italy

    A typical "activity" that comes to mind when you think about Venice is going on a gondola ride along the city's canals. There are stops at many points around the city, especially along the Grand Canal. When I arrived in Venice and I saw the gondolas for the first time,...

    0 by Lottie, in What to see Venice, 10 months ago
  • Murano, Venice (The glass island)

    Murano, Venice (The glass island) Murano, located in the Venetian Lagoon, is a wonderful island famous for the processing of glass. The history of the glass industry dates back centuries, but the same technique of the past is still used nowadays. If you are interested...

    0 by Crazy, in What to see Venice, one year ago
  • Jesolo, Italy

    Aqualandia, Jesolo, Italy This is water park which is perfect to have trill and adventure in the summer. There are lot of water games including bungee jumping. This place only open in the summer period and you can find the ticket prices and opening period from this...

    0 by Crazy, in Where to eat Venice, one year ago
  • Carnival

    We had spent more than two hours in an overly crowded train. Some had already dressed up and were trying to save their beautiful dresses from getting stepped on. In the air was a mixture of excitement and frustration - too many people, on too little space. After two...

    0 by Allison, in What to do Venice, one year ago
  • Rialto bridge

    Rialto Bridge is the most famous bridge in the whole of Venice, it is a must-visit and no tourist can miss out on its beautiful architecture and its historical significance. It is one of my favourite tourist spots and highlights the Venetian culture, one of the most...

    0 by Amy, in What to see Venice, 3 years ago
  • Mother's Beach

    Paddling in LA it's an original and awesome experience! In the Jamaica bay inn's parking you will find a SUP board's rental shop. It's 20 per hour and it's totally worth it :) There is an incredible view and the water is very flat! Enjoy LA in a authentic way and have...

    0 by Giovana, in What to do Venice, 4 years ago
  • San Marco

    San Marco is the name of one of the six areas in Venice and embodies the heart and main place of the city. Tourists can find several sights in this area as, for instance, the San Marco Basilica or the Doge's Palace. San Marco's square is also directly located next to...

    0 by Nicole, in What to see Venice, 4 years ago
  • Venice

    Me and three of my friends traveled from Wels in Austria to Venice in Italy on 21 st March. We took a Euro night train to Venice. We stayed at a friends house, here you can see the pictures of Venice. Venice is a series of islands which are joined together with the...

    0 by Manish, in What to see Venice, 5 years ago

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