See the Glam of Venice – City on The Water

We hope you put up Christmas lights, decorate your Christmas tree, bake cute Christmas desserts and enjoy the most wonderful time of the year. So, if you also want satisfaction to be completely, visiting Venice in this period is full hit. In that way all your wishes will come true.

Venice attracts visitors from around the world with its theatrical, artistic and musical productions. Take time to discover all the treasures offered by Venice.

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Venice is the most romantic city in the world and one of the most visited cities in Italy. It is a city in northeastern Italy located on a group of 117 small islands separated by canals and linked by bridges. Built on wooden pillars, city architecture is floating above water. Because of its uniqueness Venice is protected by UNESCO. This place simply stands out with its colorful palaces, canals, countless bridges, narrow streets and small squares. At night you can rumble through the streets of Venice and finish the walk to St. Mark’s Square. Then you can relax with a cup of coffee or hot tea in one of the most famous cafes such as Caffe Florian, Caffe Quadri or Caffe Lavena. Each year the center of the square is known for creative carnival masks and costumes, where on the rhythm of music are dancing all people, from young to older.

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Venice is also the best center for international conferences and festivals, for example the glamour Venice Biennale and the Venice Film Festival. The Grand Canal in this superior destination divides the city into two parts and they are connected by three bridges: Rialto, Skalzi i Accademia. You can experience most romantic moments by watching the beautiful sunset on the promenade Zattere. Shopping in the city is also inevitably, so do not miss the opportunity to surprise your loved ones with unique gifts and souvenirs.

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