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A certain Venice

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No words or photographs can do justice to the grandiosities of Venice …

Getting to St. Mark’s Square is breathtaking.

Dazzles with such beauty beeing a rare case where reality surpasses the dream

Worthy of princesses and queens and many tourists…but the “clicks “do not bother me or the unrestrained racing to see everything that is on the list. Venice is worth it.

Through alleys and bridges, by boat or on foot, but necessarily well accompanied over de117 islands separated by 150 channels absorbing what the city gives you best.

Here are some of the moments that made me lose my mind …

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Basílica di San Marco

 

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Ponte do Rialto / Rialto Bridge 7a.m.

 

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Ponte dell’ Accademia / Accademia Bridge

 

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Ponte Giustinian/ Giustinian bridge

 

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“Prosecco e cicheti, per favore!”

And when weariness tightens, the vapporetto leads us back home.

The city is huge and the lights reflect in the waters of the canal.

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Vista do quarto/ View from the hostel

So much can be said … every monument, every square, every gondolier … but you have to see it for yourself to understand…

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Palazzo- Gran Canal

Ciau Amore!

Where I stayed

Generator Hostel

My guided tour:

www.walksofitaly.com

How I flew there:

Funchal-Porto/ Porto-Bolonha (transavia / Ryanair)

Bolonha- Veneza (Comboio regional/ Regional train)

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2 Comments

  1. Sofia, adorei as fotografias e a descrição. Fomos lá na nossa lua de mel num Dezembro gelado mas adorámos. Ao ler o teu post parece que passeei novamente por lá. bj

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