Venice Marco Polo: 15 Km from the city center
Floating city, with its labyrinth of canals and streets (traditionally called "calli"), streets where getting lost is a pleasure that leads to the discovery of architecture with an oriental charm.
Venice’s historical centre is divided by the Grand Canal, its whole length lined with magnificent buildings.
The biggest square is St Mark’s Square, world-famous for its beauty.
Amongst the numerous bridges that unite the streets, Rialto Bridge with its shops on both sides, is undoubtedly the most characteristic.
Of a completely different nature is the Bridge of Sighs, crossed by prisoners who were led to judgement in the Doge’s Palace.
Seven small islands form the old town centre of Murano, renowned for its hand-crafted glass.
On the other hand, the island of Burano is famous for its colourful houses and lace.