The glassblowers are so talented in Murano, where the glass is renowned to be beautiful. You should visit the Mazzega Glass Factory on the Fondamenta Da Mula Street.
The Grand Canal dividing Murano Island in two is not as big as the one in Venice, however is just as beautiful and less crowded.
This gondola is driven by two gondoliers at each end of the rowing boat as the passengers enjoy the surrounding views and atmosphere.
The city of Venice was founded in the 5th century originally. It is made up of over 100 islands that are linked by bridges of almost two hundred canals that are connected to a Grand Canal that is shaped like an “S”.