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There’s no place on earth like Venice, Italy. This city built on the waters of the Adriatic Sea is dreamlike with its elaborate architecture, art-filled palaces, a palpable history that dates back over 1,000 years and, of course, its network of picturesque canals. Venice consists of a tight cluster of islands around the Grand Canal, an iconic waterway plied by gondolas, water taxis, and canal boats. And since there are no cars in the city (or roads for that matter), you must walk or take a boat to see it’s many sites. But exploring is pleasant and there is no shortage of attractions and curiosities, including inspirational art museums, island jaunts, and beachside excursions.
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Venice’s largest piazza, Piazza San Marco (or Saint Mark’s Square), is the city’s main meeting place. Lined with cafes, shops, and a number of museums, this magnificent piazza sits at the mouth of the Grand Canal. You’ve probably seen it in photographs on Instagram, as it’s one of Europe’s most famous meeting places. While you’re there, check out the intricately designed Saint Mark’s Basilica cathedral and listen to the bells of San Marco while sipping an Italian espresso and feeding the pigeons.
For many Venice visitors, taking a gondola ride is an expensive splurge. But it can be quite romantic and memorable to experience quintessential Venice in this way. Pick a gondola service that brings you away from the hustle-bustle of the Grand Canal and, instead, explores the city’s network of narrow waterways. Pass under Venice’s famous bridges and take in buildings from a different perspective. For a more economical option, book a group ride of up to six people and split the fee.
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