Venice is a city in the northern part of Italy is famous for its canals. Venice is a popular destination for romantics and those who are interested in the cities long and interesting history. One of things you must do on your first visit to Venice is to take a gondola ride along the network of canals. Some of the most recognizable sites in Venice include, St Mark's Square (the main square in Venice), Horses of Saint Mark and of course the canals. Marc Polo International Airport (VCE) is Venice’s main airport. Direct flights to London are available with American Airlines and United Airlines, onward connections to Venice are available through British Airways.
Elegant Venetian buildings and palaces peer over
the ancient maze of narrow streets and labyrinth of canals that
contrive to make this a unique city. Tourists naturally flock to
Venice to experience its inimitable charm. The downside of this can
be felt in the narrow streets and cramped piazzas of its
sought-after areas. A good way to get to know a more personal side
of Venice is to saunter through its romantic back streets and
St Mark's Square Venice
St Mark's Square (Piazza San Marco) has
always been the nucleus of Venice.
The Rialto has long been the commercial core
of Venice and is famed as the place where the first bridge over the
Grand Canal was built.
Basilica dei Frari Venice
This great Gothic Franciscan church was
constructed in the 14th century and is primarily known as the
burial place of Titian and the Venetian sculptor, Antonio Canova.
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