Your trip to Venice would not be complete if you haven’t participated in a gondola tour ride on the Canal Grande of the charming city.
Families will enjoy a trip to Venice during the summertime and be sure to go on a gondola boat ride rowed across the canals by the professional certified gondoliers!
The gondoliers rowing the lovely touristic gondolas in Venice have received their license of a known organization in Venice, so you can rest and enjoy the views at ease!
The Historical Reggata event that occurs on the Grand Canal of Venice honors the Queen of Cyprus who came to Venice marking the Serenissima rule over the islands of the Mediterranean and has been taking place every year since the early 12th century.
Palazzo Ducale, or “Doge’s Palace” in English, is a beautiful gothic palace on the Grand Canal of the city of Venice in north-eastern Italy.
The Ducale Palace not only houses the doge of Venice but also the political institutions of the city-state as long as it remained a republic.
In England, there are some imitations of the Ducale Palace’s unique architectural structure dating back to the 19th century!
The Wool Exchange in Bradford, UK for example was modelled after the Doge’s Palace of Venice. Be sure to pay a visit to Venice and compare the profound architectural detail of its landmarks and significant attractions.
There are many sites that commemorate the world-renowned musician and composer, Antonio Vivaldi, in Venice, Italy. Apart from the two museums that have exhibits of his life, there is the cemetery where the Vienna Technical University in Karlsplatz, Vienna in Austria is today, where he was buried.