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Though the city of Venice has been in existence for a long time ago, it still manages to amaze and astound us with the fact that it is a city of marble palaces built on a lagoon. Venice enjoys being known for many things, there is a possibility that we might fall short of words, but the priceless facts about Venice will not end.
Venice is a magical city because it is unique and there is none like it all over the world. Venice is important because it has preserved the heritage and kept alive the culture left behind by the old Romans, the fishermen, and whoever seemed to have passed through Venice and left some of their imprint behind. Venice is truly an exquisite city with its labyrinths, fogs, marble structures, secret passageways, Gothic palazzos, masked creatures, and never ending mysteries.
A city like Venice that is built on 100 islands and even in 21st century does not require anything even remotely close to car, and never needs to send out invitations. Tourists themselves fly from all over the world to behold the beauty of this city.
When looking for apartments in Venice then look nowhere else other than this beautiful neighbourhood of Venice. This part of Venice is home to Jewish Ghetto, secluded yet lively with its own Hanukkah celebrations and allows the tourists to live like a true local.
Castello is another neighbourhood of Venice that is most apt place for a living when only visiting for a short stay in Venice. It provides an authentic Venice experience where you can see the locals living their everyday life. This neighbourhood is home to famous attractions like Arsenale, the church; Basilica of Santi Giovanni e Paolo, the Church of San Zaccaria and many more interesting sights.
San polo might be small but it makes the best place to look for vacation rentals in Venice. The Rialto Bridge is one of the biggest attractions in this part of Venice.
Gondola is not a place but rather a boat (sort of). The gondola is how Venetians travel through the picturesque setting in the waterways and any tourist visiting Venice must never return without experiencing the ride at least once.
Bridge of Sighs:
This bridge was built in 1600 and has an interesting story behind its name. Supposedly, the prisoners used to sigh at the spectacular sight of the beautiful city of Venice one last time as they move to their death.
This was a palazzo built in the 15th century and is now home to Renaissance paintings and otherantiques.
Venice enjoys a Mediterraneanclimate but is usually wet all around the year. Springs starting from mid-September are the most beautifultime of the year in Venice. Venice also experiences thunderstorms and extreme rain showers in spring and autumn.
Venice is a charmed city and on the bucket list of more than half the population of the world. Make sure you check out all the last minute offers and book lodging for yourself to be able to see this magical city.