Ah, Venice…
Some say the city will disappear within the next century due to climate change and the fact the city is steadily sinking. For now, Venice is absolutely stunning. See it while you can…
Straight from the Venice train station, you are immediately greeted with the splendor of the city.
Of course, the city is best known for its winding canals and many bridges connecting it all. Venice does not disappoint. 
Although there are many spots where you can rent a gondola ride around the city, some places seem more packed than others.
The Canal Grand is the largest of Venice’s many canals, and runs through the city centre. Gondolas can be rented for a set rate of €80 for 40 minutes, with a maximum of 6 people.
It’s like romance from a foreign movie at every turn.
The Canal Grand opens up for larger boats.
Don’t worry land lovers. Pedestrian streets also run along side the canals.
…but sometimes you just have to ask “Where are the streets?” and “How does this person get in their house?”

Crowds gather at the Riva Degli Schiavoni

Under the Saint Mark’s Basilica and San Marco Campanile

When you’re not exploring the city, it’s time some people watching.
Venice is truly one of the most beautiful cities in the world. A living time-capsule of Italian renaissance history on display for a modern day.

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