"The City of Canals," located in Northwestern Italy on the tip of the Adriatic Sea, Venice has been not a haven, but a source for culture, art, and knowledge since the Middle Ages. Famous for its canals and gondolas, Venice also is home to well known piazzas and palaces. Venice is synonymous with a reputation for exquisite food and romance, perchance having something to do with having been home to likes of Titian, Vivaldi, and Casanova.
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Climate: Hot summers and cold, wet winters
Be ready to get great bargains on jewelry in Venetian jewelry shops. Murano glass jewelry is made in bulk in Italy, and Venice sells it for about half of what stores in the United States do.
If you're looking for piazzas and squares, look no further than the famous Piazza San Marco, the Campo San Polo?, and the Campo Santa Margarita?.
If palaces and great architecture are what you're after, be sure to check out the Doge's Palace?, Ca' d'Oro?, and the other numerous basilicas in the six districts.
There are no shortage of bridges in this city of canals, and some of the most well-known are the Rialto Bridge?, the Bridge of Sighs?, and the Piazzale Roma Bridge?.
In short, you can see all the sights and still take a purposeful wrong turn and experience the true essence of Venice. This city is not afraid to show you what it truly is, and you will come away enamored by the sheer magnificence of it.
Best Western Montecarlo - This well known 3 Star Hotel is set in the heart of Venice, close to everything and the Hotel offersan inhouse Restaraunt and Bar
Hotel A La Commedia - This beautiful 4 Star Hotel is set in a very popular and livley part of Venice. The hotel offers an inhouse Bar and is close to shopping and dining
Royal San Marco - This lovley 3 Star Hotel is set in a great location with easy access to all attractions. The hotel has an inhouse reataraunt and bar