To visit Venice in January is to discover another city different from that found on other occasions in July or August. Tourists (from myself included) inadvertently "spoil" the best views of the sites. If in summer the city is abuzz
The light that filters through this place is amazing at any time, day or night. Throngs of tourists shooting their cameras to take in the gondolas passing below. The whiteness stone is highlights with the beauty of the architecture.
The Bridge of the fourth constitution spans the Grand Canal. It takes you to the Piazzale Roma and the train station of Santa Lucia. It consists of a single central arch, 94 meters long, and just over 90 meters high. There must be a
Scalzi Bridge (also known by the name of station bridge as it is opposite the train station), is one of the four bridges spanning the Grand Canal in Venice. It is an impressive single-arch bridge made entirely of Istrian stone. It was
One of the most beautiful corners of the spectacular Piazza San Marco is the Torre del Orologio, or Clock Tower. It is easily recognizable, next to the Basilica of San Marco, with its spectacular astronomical clock and the winged lion
Among the most impressive aspects of the Ducal Palace is the staircase leads to the 2nd floor leading to the great halls. It's the work of Sansovino and was built 1554-1558, after the great fire of 1483. The ceiling with gilded stucco