One of the most Romantic City of Europe, Venice is the capital of Venoto region in northern Italy. Venice is known as “La Dominante”, “Queen of the Adriatic”, “City of Canals”, “City of Lights”, “City of Bridges”, “City of Water”. Stretching across 118 small Islands in the Venetian Lagoon along the Adriatic Sea in northeast Italy.
One of the most charming feature of Venice is an iconic 35 minute Gondola ride which keeps you mesmerized as it serenades you in the romantic surrounding.
St. MARK’S BASILICA: One of the most treasure and visited sights of Venice the St. Marks Basilica is a church with a long history stretching back to the 9th century A.D. The church is extremely popular for its amazing mosaic done in gold. Completed between the 11th and the 13th century the church has designs incorporated from the Romanesque, Gothic and Byzantine styles which makes it stand out from the rest. The magnificence of its exterior and interiors keep you spellbound.
GALLERIE dell’ ACCADEMIA: Attracting tourists from all over the world the Gallerie dell’ Accademia is one of the main attractions in Venice, Italy. It is a museum gallery with a vibrant collection of exquisite Venetian paintings. The gallery features some of the most prestigious work of Art by world famous artists like Bellini,Titian, and Giorgione.
DOGE’S PALACE: Being one of the most significant landmarks in the city of Venice the palace was the residence of the Doge of Venice, who was the supreme authority of the former Republic of Venice. The palace built in Venetian Gothic style is a masterpiece that changes colour depending on the time of the day. The impressive interiors are done in Verona marbles are supported by arches, columns and heavenly sculptures.
PIAZZO SAN MARCO: Piazzo San Marco or St. Mark’s Square is primarily a public square in Venice, Italy. It is the social, religious and political centre of Venice. The Piazzo San Marco or St. Mark’s Square is the most popular square in Venice which attracts tourists from all over. It is surrounded on three sides by the stately arcades of public buildings. The fourth side has the Basilica di San Marco’s riot of domes , arches and St. Mark’s Campanile.
CAMPANILE: Standing tall at 98.6 meter height the Campanile is a brick bell tower. The towering bell tower was used by approaching ships as a beacon to guide them. After its collapse on 14th July 1902, it was rebuilt to its original height 1912.