Venezia – La Città dei Ponti – La Città dell’Acqua – La Città degli Amanti – La Città dei Canali – Venice
Many different ways to designate one of the most fascinating cities in Europe (and probably in the world).
For one whole year, I had the opportunity to live in “undoubtedly the most beautiful city built by man” as once described by the New York Times.
Venice is much more than the Danieli Hotel, the Caffè Florian, St. Mark’s Basilica, the Grand Canal, and Piazza San Marco. Although these should be included in your must-see sights if you ever visit Venice.
La Laguna di Venezia is a magical place that hides the most beautiful and peaceful spots I’ve ever seen. Burano is one of the little islands at the northern end of the lagoon and one of my favorite spots. This little island is known for its colorful, brightly-painted, small houses and its crooked campanile.
Of course the food is fantastic anywhere you go, i gelatti, la pasta, il tiramisu…everything is just delicious! And i gondolier…Venezia couldn´t be Venezia without them.