Wrapped with the beauty of architecture and artwork, Venice is a city in Italy which is also called as “City of Bridges,” “City of Canals,” “The Floating City,” and “City of Water.” There are lots of tourist attractions, which people enjoy as the best part of their vacations. Whether it’s about enchanting little streets, strolling beside its canals, beautiful passageways, or secret corners; Venice invites the tourists to explore its lively squares, prestigious art museums and other beautiful views of the city. If you want to enjoy the picturesque canals, bridges, cobblestone alleyways or the iconic pieces of the world, just plan your vacations to Venice. Within the city, the transportation is totally based on water or on foot and is known as a car free area in Europe.
Well recognized as a 4-star boutique hotel, Canal Grande offers a combination of rich classical design with modern comforts and a historic setting. It is a central location in Venice where you can enjoy spacious and luxuriously decorated rooms with free Wi-Fi internet access, satellite TV and year-round air conditioning and heating as well. Admire the view of hotel Canal Grand, relax, take advantage of meeting rooms and get 24 hours room service.
Doges Palace, also known as The Palazzo Ducale is the home of the Doge (the elected ruler of Venice). It is a masterpiece of Gothic architecture and its sculptural decoration date from various periods. Plan your visit and book tickets online at cheap Doges Palace price for 20,00 Euro. Visit the site from April 1st to October 31st (8.30 am – 7 pm) and from November 1st to March 31st (8.30 am – 5.30 pm).
BASILICA DI SAN MARCO
Located in Venice, Basilica di San Marco is a famous Cathedral Church which is known for its most valuable treasures of history, art and faith in the world. Blended with the architectural styles of East and West, it is also known as drawing room of Europe. Never miss the opportunity to visit the Cathedral. Buy Basilica di San Marco ticket at a cost of 2.00 Euro per person (free for children up to 5 years old).
ST. MARKS SQUARE
Constructed in the ninth century as a small square dotted with trees, St. Marks Square is also called Piazza San Marco. It is the largest square in the city and has always been the location of essential government buildings and others in Venice. Book a luxurious room in hotels in St. Marks Square Venice and discover the centerpiece of the piazza. Considered one of the finest squares in the world, the site has become certainly Venice’s prime attraction for tourists.
SAN GIORGIO MAGGIORE
Famous as one of the islands in Venice, San Giorgio Maggiore is a church in the classical renaissance style. Its brilliant white marble gleams above the blue water of the lagoon tend the visitors come here again and again. The site offers a beautiful view of the lagoon and much more that you want to see again and again. Feel blessed in the church of San Giorgio Maggiore and also, enjoy the tours organized on different times.
CAMPANILE DI SAN MARCO
Originally built as a lighthouse to assist navigation in the lagoon, Campanile di San Marco offers incredible views of Venice, the Alps and the lagoon in the distance. It is one of the well-known symbols of the city. A visit to Venice is not complete unless you step here once. With its 99 metres of height, it provides the best views of the city. Book your tickets to visit here at 11.00 Euro and from 6 to 18 years old, it is 7.00 Euro. Entry of children up to 5 years old is free.
ST. MARKS SQUARE (PIAZZA SAN MARCO)
Constructed in the ninth century as a small square dotted with trees, Piazza San Marco is the largest square in the city. St. Mark’s Square has always been the location of important government buildings and other facilities central to the goings on in Venice. Book hotels in St. Mark’s Square Venice and enjoy a mixture of western and eastern styles. Once you have a visit, you feel revived with old architecture and art work.
BRIDGE OF SIGHS
Recognized as a symbol of romance in the modern era, it is one of the most famous bridges not in Venice, but in the world. Built of white limestone, Bridge of Sighs was used to lead prisoners from the examining rooms to their cells in the Prigioni. It is memorized as one of the finest examples of bridge architecture in the world. Come and explore highly ornamental, romantic, beautiful bridge to view Venice through the window.