Travel To Italy Rome And Venice

Where does one begin to​ start when discussing Italy. Well,​ if​ you​ intend to​ travel there,​ Rome and Venice are good places to​ start.

Rome

Perhaps you’ve heard of​ it? it​ goes without saying that Rome has a​ rather prominent past. Lets see,​ in​ Rome you​ will find…[deep breath]…the Vatican,​ Coliseum,​ Pantheon,​ Piazza Navona,​ Church of​ Saint Agnese,​ Trevi Fountain,​ Spanish Steps and a​ guy name Allassandro. Just making sure you’re paying attention. Indeed,​ Rome is​ filthy with historically significant attractions. it​ seems you​ can’t turn around without bumping into something an​ Emperor built,​ captured or​ destroyed. For those willing to​ risk potential wrath,​ there are also the​ new Divinci Code tours,​ which take you​ to​ the​ locations found in​ the​ book.

In all serious,​ Rome is​ a​ city you​ should visit at​ least once in​ your life. No article could ever do it​ justice,​ so I’ll just stop here.

Venice

I fondly refer to​ Venice as​ the​ floating city even though it​ is​ apparently sinking. if​ you’ve seen Venice is​ movies or​ televisions shows,​ the​ depictions are accurate. Piazza San Marco looks exactly the​ same,​ birds and all. the​ Grande Canal is,​ well,​ a​ grand canal with incredible houses lining it​ and boats putting up down this water way. Built on​ mudflats in​ a​ lagoon,​ the​ city doesn’t really have much room to​ grow. it​ just seems paralyzed in​ time.

Once you’ve conquered the​ tourist attractions,​ it​ will be time to​ get serious about Venice. the​ best way to​ do this is​ stand in​ front of​ your hotel or​ hostel,​ determine which direction the​ tourist attractions lie and start walking in​ the​ opposite direction. While you​ may feel like you’re driving the​ wrong way on​ a​ freeway for a​ few minutes,​ you’ll eventually start getting into real Venice.

An entirely different side of​ Venice will appear and you’ll love it. You’ll find little cafes with locals happy to​ talk to​ you​ [and non-tourist prices]. in​ fact,​ the​ Venetians will tend to​ hold you​ in​ high regard since you’re a​ tourist who is​ bypassing the​ tourist areas. This,​ of​ course,​ will logically lead to​ a​ whirl of​ introductions to​ this nephew,​ that son of​ a​ brother and so on. Next thing you​ know,​ you’ll be complaining about Italian politicians and how things used to​ be better in​ the​ past.

While Rome and Venice are excellent travel destinations,​ you​ can’t really go wrong in​ Italy. For the​ adventurous,​ set your itinerary with the​ old map on​ a​ wall and dart technique.
Travel To Italy Rome And Venice Travel To Italy Rome And Venice Reviewed by Henda Yesti on August 31, 2018 Rating: 5

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