Venice (Italy)

Venice is the capital of the Regione Veneto and the Province of Venice in Italy. This city has an area of ​​412 km ² and a population of 271,663 souls (2003). Venice is known as "La Dominante", "Serenissima", "Queen of the Adriatic", "City of Water", "City of Bridges", and "The City of Light" or also called the City of Water, this might be an appropriate designation to Venice. The town is located in the northeastern part of Italy is directly reminiscent of a name, Marco Polo. The name of the merchant from Venice who wanders into a number of Asian countries is easy to remember because it is listed in various history books that taught since elementary school. The name Marco Polo can not be separated from Venice. Even the name immortalized as the name of Marco Polo airport in the city.

Venice is better known as a tourist city and industrial city. The legacy of trade made the city fame as one of Venice's famous sights on the shores of the Adriatic Sea. With the nickname The Queen of the Adriatic which is still attached.

Some tourist sites frequented by tourists, such as the Academia Gallery, Campo Santo Stefano and the Church of San Moise. There is still the San Marco Square, the Basilica of San Marco and the Ducal Palace as the next destination. Canal San George, a ghetto, the Palazzo Rezzonico, estuaries, Litoral, Torcello, Burano, Murano, Lido and several churches that have historical value, including where manggungnya Antonio Vivaldi is located next to the Basilica of San Marco. It took several days to visit all these tourist sites.

No need to worry about the problem of lodging. Hotels in Venice offers the usual fare in three seasons, namely the low season (January 3 to January 31), middle season (February 13-March 14) and the high season (November 10-December 27).

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