Visit Venice and its Piazza San Marco by train and explore the beautiful lagoon

Venice, "The Bride of the Sea", is a romantic city on the water offering more monuments and historical buildings than any other city in the world!

Venice is a unique city accentuated by fine arts and culture.

The city of Venice is situated on a group of 118 small islands separated by more than 170 canals and connected by over 400 bridges. Built on a series of wooden platforms and supported by additional structures secured in the sea, the city of Venice appears to float. The city is the heart of Italian culture and home to vibrant architecture and exquisite arts. Venice is also the birthplace of the 18th-century author Giacomo Casanova. The lagoon city has a character like no other, and the locals are friendly and welcoming.

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A trip to Venice is an experience you will never forget!

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You can conveniently reach Venice by train. The Grand Canal is the lifeline flowing through and dividing the historic centre of the city into two parts and is visible from the train station. Touring on foot is like walking through a painting. Take a gondola ride through the canals and soak up the city from the water. Catch a "hop on hop off" sightseeing tour boat and visit sites at your own leisure! Admire the impressive architecture of Doge's Palace, Saint Mark's Basilica and St. Mark's Square. You can't miss a chance to partake in some of the annual festivities such as The Carnival of Venice in February with its fantastically colourful costumes, spirited parades and cheerful atmosphere.

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