For a more romantic setting, hire a gondola just for the two of you and sail across the Grand Canal of Venice on your honeymoon.
The Venetian gondola is shaped like a banana if you think about it! However, this shape was actually developed in the 19th century by Tramontin.
If you go on a gondola ride while exploring Venice, you can see many landmarks and historic monuments that you cannot see inside the city!
The windows of the gondola are usually closed with shutters in order to protect the passengers from the sun and/or rain. These Venetian blinds are not seen in any gondola in Venice though because they blocked the view.
The Frittelle alla Veneziana is actually a traditional Venetian carnival dessert since the Renaissance period invented by Scappi, the Pope’s personal cook. Due to its increased popularity, it spread across the state in the 18th century as the “National Dessert”.
If you are looking for a peaceful place to visit in Europe, then plan a trip to Murano Island in Venice, Italy with the family and be sure to visit one of its glass factories where you can watch an interesting and mind-blowing demonstration of glass-making, which is what the island is known for.