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 want to plan an exciting summer this year, then visit Europe’s most famous cities including the romantic city of Venice in Italy!
The Venetian rowboat with the flat bottom, the traditional gondola, has been used for centuries in the city of Venice. Why not take a ride while you are in the area?
The Bridge of Sighs was constructed in the early 17th century linking the Doge’s Palace on Mark’s Square to the prison building structure. It was named so due to the sighs the prisoners made when they looked their last look of freedom out to the sea through the small windows as they went into the prison.