The Historical Regatta is a Venetian tradition held on the first Sunday of September on the Grand Canal every year; this would be a great event to go to when you are on vacation in Venice.
Apart from exploring the landmarks and monuments of Venice, explore the culinary heritage while in the charming city.
Plan a trip to Venice and visit all its beautiful churches for a religious exploration of the city.
You should visit Venice at least once in your lifetime and explore its beauty and historic and cultural heritage.
Apart from the main attractions of the city of Venice mostly found in the main historic centre, St Mark’s Square, there is the religious aspect of the city that you can explore when on vacation in Italy.
The word “campo” in Venice indicates a square; it literally means “field”. There are only two squares in Venice, which are the San Marco Square and the Roma Square.
There are so many delicious and authentic Venetian dishes to choose from when at a local restaurant by the sea or in the square in Venice.
The St Mark’s Basilica is situated right next to the Doge’s Palace in St Mark’s Square in Venice so you can do most of your significant sightseeing in that area of the city!
The Lido di Venezia is an 11km long narrow sandbank of Venice that houses nearly twenty thousand people! It is in this area where the Venice Film Festival is held in September every year.
In the early 9th century, Saint Mark’s body was transferred from Egypt to Venice and became the patron saint of the entire Republic of Venice.
The Porta della Carta, built just before the mid-15th century, leads to courtyard of the Palazzo Ducale on Piazza San Marco (St. Mark’s Square) in the center of Venice.
There aren’t many jellyfish in the Adriatic Sea so swimming when you visit the sandy beaches of the Lido of Venice is an option for children!