Venice is one of the leading tourist cities not on in Italy, but throughout the world. A beautiful and romantic destination with traffic-free streets along the canal is much sought after by lovers, honeymooners, and families. This city is a sanctuary in the lagoon and about the same as it was 600 years ago, which only adds to the charm.

Venice has a lot to offer in terms of magnificent churches and palaces, squares life, and shopping opportunities are world-famous. In case you are looking for the best wine tour Italy then check

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Located in northeastern Italy, Venice is protected from the Adriatic Sea by a strip of land called the Lido. Given its proximity to the sea, the city enjoys moderate weather in Venice though rain is a regular feature.

What to see in Venice

Doge’s Palace: A palace tour takes you to the section in which the government would work. In the location, there is a prison Casanova. Also worth seeing is the old roof structure is a spectacular five hundred years.

Belltower of Saint Mark: Date tower to 1912 and is an exact replica of the original which collapsed in 1902. From the top of the tower, you can enjoy the sights of Venice and the lagoon.

Rialto Bridge: Rialto Market and the Rialto Bridge attract a fair share of visitors. In the east, there are some small shops and restaurants while to the west there is a farmers market Rialto.

Zattere: You can enjoy a long, sunny walk along the Giudecca canal, which is sheltered from the cold of the north wind in winter and is also shielded by a building. You can also see how the gondola is made in the shipyard of Venice, in a canal near San Trovaso.