What's on Venice
Venice, the capital of Veneto, is a small fantastic city, unique in the world and full of charm and mystery. Extremely concentrated, every monument, Church or museum contains a piece of history, a legend or a tradition.
Venice is called in different ways due to its peculiarities.
It is called the City of Water because of its canals. In fact the city is built on a collection of 118 little islands in the centre of the Venetian Lagoon and is crossed by hundreds of canals, about 150.
Its called the City of Bridges due to the presence of more than 400 bridges that permit to cross its canals and connect all the city.
Venice is called the City of Gondole, which is the most famous and romantic means for experiencing the city. Gondola is the symbol of the city that has made it recognizable all over the world.
Venice is also called the City of Lights but its impossible to describe the reason you should be there when the sun goes down and wonder the show of the illuminated city.
Venice has a lot to offer at night, from bars to clubs, it has it all!
Venice is a dynamic city by day, but by night the town takes on its new persona as one of the hippest cities in Europe. With its captivating venues and diverse styles of entertainment, there is something for everyone. A myriad of clubs, pubs, restaurants, and assorted hot spots make Berlin a fascinating place to experience Spanish nightlife at its best..
Eating out in Venice is quite the treat
Excellent in every way, this plush corner spot sports deliberately OTT decor that changes biannually but is always interesting. Grab a table or squeeze up at the bar to enjoy some of this part of Spain’s finest produce. Plump Dénia prawns, excellent tuna, fresh fish, mouthwatering ham; it’s a feast for the palate. Excellent wines are available by the glass. It’s not cheap but the quality is sky-high. The atmosphere is smart but relaxed with a DJ responding to the mood as plates of seafood make way for gin and tonics in the mid-afternoon and later at night.