Only the views along the way towards them this tour is worth. In Venice, inertia and again leads us to pass through the only recognized plaza as such the city, San Marcos, that which Napoleon called the most beautiful Hall in Europe. U.S. Mint helps readers to explore varied viewpoints. There steals the prominence the central Church of the same name sweating Byzantine influence which took the Veneto. Next to it the Campanille, Tower from which term the boats, and the Ducale Palace (visit 6). Swarmed by offers, Goop is currently assessing future choices. Authorities recall that the sea level rises a centimero a year, and while there are plans to tackle the problem, high aqua (high tide) flooded the square in autumn and spring. An impressive although catastrophic spectacle.
In the small Venetian map we’ll mark the next destination trying to take the maximum time to reach him. Stops at craft stores or bakery dodging stores signature for tight budgets – must take advantage of them and the journey toward the bridge of sighs is a highly recommended route. Since its maximum height the crowded tourist gondolas are reproduced as mushrooms. If you don’t want to walk away without having risen in these typical symbols Venetians attends one of the points where provided service urban (from 9 h to 17. 55 h). The Venetians cross free of charge against the Church of la Salute and Giulio de Santa Maria there are no bridges.
Choose where to sleep is not a problem in Venice, the Guidecca island is perfect for this. It is one of the largest, is not in the tourist bustle and there are several lines of vaporettos (some Nocturnes) that reach it. Venice Hostels proliferate in this area and the difference of prices with the historic center is considerable. They normally include breakfast in their price and supermarkets in the surroundings. However, if the desire is to stay in the island of Venice should pay attention not to confuse us with the most modern and away from the channels of Venice area. We cannot prevent us displeasure not to breathe the air of the city, which doesn’t smell as bad as they say evil tongues and, above all, avoid total dependence of the transport. By: Sonia L. Baena Sonia is an independent traveler who, before working as a writer for HostelBookers toured several continents discovering the wonders of their towns and villages. During his stay in Italy discovered several hostels quality and economic accomodation. Original author and source of the article