Venice travel guide- Citimarks
 

Venice

“Venice! Is there a city more revered, more celebrated, more serenaded by poets, more coveted by lovers, more frequented and more renowned?"

Guy de Maupassant, Venise, Gil Blas, May 5 1885.

Ave Serenissima!

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Carnival life

When Austrian troops invaded Venice, they found a city reveling in alcohol, lust, and feasts. Under the anonymity of masks, everything was permissible.

The Doge’s ring

Venice’s architecture is an opulent blend of Oriental Gothic. Explore an infinite mosaic of magnificent palaces and museums, each revealing a piece of the city’s illustrious past.

The merchant of Venice

Is it possible to turn salt into gold? Rugs into silk? Pebbles into pearls? Thanks to their mercantile spirit, Venetians leveraged wood and salt to dominate world trade for over six centuries.

Water boulevard

In the beginning, there was only mud and water. Yet, on such unstable grounds, Venice laid the foundations of an unprecedented commercial empire. What was this miracle made of?

Dreamy and mysterious

As night descends, Venice exudes a captivating mystery. Take a boat ride or stroll through dim alleys to be drawn into the city’s enchanting reverie.

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