Beauty of Venice

The small Italian city that I’ve always wanted to visit since I was a child. The different lifestyle that exists there is so interesting and it’s a key factor of the huge number of Tourists coming to Venice every year which went up to 3.9 million foreign tourist arrivals between 2011-2015 only as stated by

Beautiful Venice

The city is constructed in a way that allows water to flow through it, which makes them use water as streets for transportation within the city. It is a good very for the tourists which gives them an opportunity to experience and capture so many beautiful scenic views. On the other hand, its helpful for the locals who get the opportunity to use their personal boats as taxis for income.

Boat tour in Venice

Venice has so many narrow streets in which has restaurants and shops on both sides. There is a wide verity of restaurants, cheap and expensive and the best thing that you can pass by all of them and check the price from the menus allocated outside each restaurant.

Shopping in Venice
Narrow streets in Venice

There are a lot of beautiful scenes in Venice but those are the common places. But sometimes is all about the little things. For me, I find this boat that is used to sell vegetables and fruits more eye-catching than other beautiful spots in the city.

Vegetables Boat in Venice


Vegetables Boat in Venice

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  1. I think it’s more the other way around. The city was constructed so that the people could move about around and over the water! Which is why Venice is one of my absolute favourite cities!

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  2. Love that water highway from Venice 😉 Happy to see those pictures and beautiful place through your blog and thanks for sharing with us. 🙂 Keep up the good work. Love from Nepal.

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  3. I would love to visit Venice as well – just the idea of having to row a boat to move from one place to another seems otherworldly. Needless to say, the scenery and architecture looks magnificent! 🙂

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