GLS***99The regular tour of the Doge’s Palace (the Palazzo Ducale) in Venice is extraordinary enough. The building is a quite remarkable example of Gothic civic architecture. Every stone, passageway and artwork evokes the power that the Serene Republic wielded over a millennium of unparalleled imperial power. But you might want to dig even deeper – to explore the hidden corners of the palace on the Itinerari Segreti del Palazzo Ducale (the secret tour of the Doge’s Palace).Get there early to book a ticket on the special touryou get to see areas and things most people dont know about! You also get to to the normal tour / walk around.On the tour you will get to see where Casanova was in-prisoned and where he made his escape from, the hidden ways behind the scenes ( and sometimes on top of them ! ), torture rooms, Your tour is likely to end at the Ponte dei Sospiri or Bridge of Sighs … the final walk of prisoners across the water to the ‘new prison’.
_We***74Burano is one of the most beautiful islands you’ll find in Venice. The city is very colorful therefore sights are breathtaking. You can spend there a whole afternoon walking around its beautiful alleys and bridges. Totally recommended.
Treviso is a city that I visited exactly 3 times. It was one of my funniest stories because I flew to Italy just to drink a coffee in #treviso and in 5h I took the flight back. I did this exactly 3 times because I managed to found super cheap tickets and the airline timetable allowed to go for half a day and then go back. I found also amazing cafés in the town that made me come again. The town itself is very small but due to its proximity to Venice is very developed and beautiful.
The small town of Treviso in northern Italy encountered the Mountain Army Festival. I did not find any useful information about the Mountain Army Festival, nor was it very sure whether the name was correct. In short, their obvious sign is the military cap with feathers. Not yet until the official start of the festival, the people of the small town have been unable to withstand a boil. There are crowds everywhere, singing songs and dancing, especially the veterans are enthusiasm everywhere. Warm up this small town.
This is a city that runs through the river, and many houses are built on top of the current. Passing through a hand-tailored tailor shop that is now rare, it is said to be the birthplace of tiramisu, so it is inevitable to taste when passing by the dessert shop; passing the colorful candy store and finally reaching the Tette fountain.
It was built by Treviso's ruler podesta in the city center in 1559. A female hand holds a full breast, and the fountain flowing out of the nipple comes from a nearby canal [allowing sadness]. In the ancient days of the new podesta every three days, the sprayed water will be replaced by wine, one side is red wine, and the other is white wine. and then? I don't know...