Precious days in Venezia
Venice is one of the most exciting places in Italy, nothing in the world is like this great city other than everything that can meet, see streets and know, traffic, buses, taxis or any vehicle can not travel into the water, this is Venice, an island around each of its streets filling with water and joy and enchantment in every corner of this city.
We’ll start our tour through the Grand Canal as if a great avenue it is is looking at both sides, feeling navigate within a city and remembering how different is this place, The Grand Canal runs through the whole city, then we will have the opportunity to meet this city from a boat being in a taxi or a bus.
Crossing rialto bridge one of the most emblematic features the city or also known as the Bridge of Sighs where you can make one of the most picturesque images of the city.
We can reach the Piazza San Marco, the main square that overlooks the ocean and the famous Basilica and the square is surrounded by bars and restaurants where you can appreciate the great cuisine of Veneto.
Later we visit the Galleria dell’Accademia in Venice is undoubtedly one of the most important and complete museums across the country, we could lose a whole day for their galleries full of paintings and sculptures that will tell the story of Italy starting from the time of ancient Rome to the Renaissance, ending with samples of Modern Art.
We can walk for hours through this magnificent city that sometimes make us feel that we are in a maze of masks, since masks is undoubtedly the symbol of this city that brings us to the carnival
The Carnival of Venice is next to Rio de Janeiro Carnival in Brazil the most important in the world, is celebrated 40 days before Easter and fills the city with a magical atmosphere.
The key reason to visit now though is the legendary ‘La Regatta Storica’ or Voga alla Veneta as the venetians call it. It takes place on 4th September 2016 and it’s an event that brings people from all over the world as well as every Venetian to the canals. It’s the rowing festival of the year where enthusiasts come to race against each other in gondolas down the same set of canals as they did 1000 years ago. There will be viewing platforms set up for the herds of spectators and decorations over the whole city. So for only 20 euros a day, take your family, take your friends and go witness a once in a lifetime moment. The triumph and glory, you’d be a fool to miss this spectacular event.
Do not stop visiting this city in the magical period where each person can have the experience of granting a city behind a mask like a dance of antiquity concerned.
Finally before leaving the city not forget to visit the village of famous Murano in the world for its glass and the way they work with air, without a doubt it is a key part of this beloved country called Italy.