Very narrow streets are lined with small shops, coffee shops, etc. There are many handicraft shops selling masks. If you go further, it feels like there are residential areas on both sides, as well as dogs and cats walking. The breath of life is stronger.
Garibaldi Street is a very wide street, at least by Venetian standards, there are restaurants and cafes everywhere, and people’s daily lives are everywhere. Of course, there are also many tourists, starting from Piazza San Marco, walking east along the Grand Canal, crossing 7 bridges.
Compared to Piazza Venezia, Via Garibaldi is a place where there are not so many tourists. There are colorful houses on both sides of the street. There are also some restaurants and decoration shops with distinctive decorations. The windows are all beautifully designed. It is worth a stroll.
A very quiet street, now on both sides are mainly coffee shops and some small gift shops.
It’s a place where there are not so many tourists. Whether it’s watching the light rain or at sunset, have a cup of coffee and watch the few pedestrians.