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Venice is one of the most romantic cities in the world, but if you really want to enjoy the city tourists away from today we will give you some tips for you to enjoy Venice with your partner away from the crowds and tourists. And if you do not have ticket, do not hesitate to find and cheap flights to Venice that offers eDreams.
Venice and not go to the Piazza San Marco is unforgivable, but you know it’s a very busy place for tourists, so we recommend you visit the square in the afternoon, the best time. And do not forget to visit again in the afternoon, the door of Palazzo Soranzo Van Axel, and also the steps of the Corte Contarini del Bovolo.
In addition you can also approach the Madonna de l’Orto Church, where Tintoretto was buried and where you can see his works.
You can visit any of these sites in the late evening, is the best time because the tourists will already be gone. And if you fancy ride after partying we recommend visiting the Campo Santa Margherita, but if you want to dance stop by Round Midnight. Although the trendiest area in recent years behind the Rialto Bridge.
Venice has long been admired as one of the world’s most beautiful cities. Located on a series of islands set in Northern Italy, Venice attracts millions visitors each year.
Travelers come to walk the streets of centuries ago, admire the work of Venetian artists like Tiepolo, and marvel at a city largely accessible solely by foot and boat. Tourists may travel to Venice using many methods including airplanes, boats and trains.
Decide how you want to get to get to Venice. Venice is situated right off the coast of Northern Italy in a lagoon that empties out into the Adriatic Sea. The city is composed of a series of islands connected by bridges and divided into six districts.
The district of Cannaregio has a bridge that connects Venice to the Italian mainland. Visitors can drive across the bridge to enter the city. The district also houses a train and bus station with connections to the rest of Italy. Marco Polo airport is the international Venetian airport.
The airport is located on the Italian mainland about eight miles away from central Venice. Airplane travelers can disembark from the airport and choose to travel to the city via car, public bus service or water taxi.
If you choose to travel by train, Venetian trains stop at the Santa Lucia station. Travelers can take a train to Venice from other parts of Europe as well as the rest of Italy. Venice has train connections to many major European cities such as Paris, Vienna and Munich. Read the rest of this entry »