Here is the accumulation and accumulation of the history of the Republic of Venice. Before the great voyage discovery, this place was the center of east-west trade. It controlled a lot of wealth and had a wonderful history, which can be detailed.
Geographically, Venice can be roughly divided into outer islands and main islands. The outer islands such as Mestre are cheap but far away from attractions. Most of the historical and cultural relics and attractions are concentrated on the main island established on the lagoon, which is the broad historical and cultural area. The main island is divided into several districts such as Sao Paulo. The narrow historical and cultural center mainly refers to the area where the Doge’s Palace and St. Mark’s Square are located. Whether in history or now, this is the most prosperous place in Venice.
Venice’s historical and central area is also quite good, this place is also very appreciated, the historical central area is also a small place to visit, here you can also experience some very good content, St. Mark’s Basilica and the square it's here.
Going to Venice, visiting some of the more historic attractions is part of it, while strolling around the city center and taking pictures is another part. Because it is a city built on many small islands, there are no other means of transportation except for boats. It is very convenient to walk, and it is suitable for eating, stopping and walking around.
Finally came to the dream city of Venice, the city of romantic fairy tales. This small island is really few people. There are beautiful houses full of classic style and mottled colors, as well as canals and bridges. Although the historic city is a bit old, the feelings are still there!
For every city that is famous in history, there is probably a river that gives birth to urban life. And this city seems to be isolated from the world, living its own lazy years alone...an area of 7.8 square kilometers, 118 islands, 177 rivers, and 401 bridges, Venice is embedded in the blue waves. In the sea. No city in the world has such a history and legend, and of course no city has such dignity and charm! It's like a gem connected by strings of pearls, illuminating Apennine! The jewel in the palm of the Adriatic Sea is the end of the land and the beginning of the sea. She is so famous that you know everything before you go. It is also because she is so unique, so unique that you have imagined yourself sitting on a gondola and walking through it countless times before you go... Gondola has become a small tourist badge in Venice! When you talk about Paris, you can't help but think of the Eiffel Tower; when you talk about Venice, you think of a swaying gondola...