Venice is lovely and prettiest city in the Northern Italy with a population of 1,600,000. Venice is popular for tourism as well as industry. Lovely canals, world class architectural buildings, historical and cultural attractions, plenty of restaurants, cafes, bars, clubs, discos, operas, great shopping areas and unrivaled nightlife add charm to this wonderful city. It is also known as the world only pedestrian city means you can explore this charming city on foot. If you don’t like walking then don’t miss to use Waterbuses and taxis to reach different part of this wonderful city.
Venice is a unique city with lots of sights to see. Don’t miss to take traditional boat to enjoy the enchanting and lovely canals. I would suggest you to travel during spring and autumn season and if you can visit during Christmas and popular carnival in February, then it adds more worth to visit.
Saint Mark’s Basillica
San Giovanni e Paolo
Santa Maria Gloriosa dei Frari
Santa Maria dei Miracloli
Jewish Ghetto of Venice
The Jewish Museum
Venice is a paradise for shopping. Whether you are looking for great fashion, antiques, furniture, local made products and computer accessories, Venice will give you wide variety of choices to choose from. You will find plenty of showrooms, retail stores, malls and shopping streets in Venice. Piazza San Marco, Rialto area, the Mercerie and Calle dei Fabbri are the main shopping streets in Venice.
Venice has active, vibrant and unrivalled nightlife. If you are in Venice for short breaks/weekend breaks, don’t miss to enjoy the nightlife of Venice. You will find plenty of cafes, bars, discos, operas, nightclubs and restaurants, where you can relax and enjoy.
I always excited to share my traveling experience to everyone. I love traveling and it gives inner sense of achievement to explore long list of destinations across the World. I would suggest you that if you want to explore the truly Europe, then don’t miss to travel by trains. It is rightly said that trains are becoming lifeline of the European. Last time when I visited to this charming city, I simply took high-speed Eurostar train(Chunnel Train) from London’s St Pancras International train station and arrive at Paris Gare Du Nord in record time of 2hr 15min and then simply station change at Paris, I traveled onto Venice by Artesia Sleeper train. Speed is the name of Eurostar and I am telling you frankly that traveling through Chunnel train is most convenient and stress free.