Few Travel Experiences Can Comapare To A Cruise from Venice.
Cruising to Venice, a cruise from Venice, it all somehow seems ... appropriate. Cars have been baished from the maze of narrow cobbled streets and the 500 ancient bridges that make up the city centre so, when in Venice, do as the Venetian's do and take a gondola ride and let this magical city glide by.
From St Marks Square, with its ancient Basilica, lavish Doges Palace and imposing bell tower, the Rialto Bridge and the Bridge of Sighs this is a city of breathtaking beauty. To get a different perspective on Venice take a boat to the Island of Murano (home to the famous glass blowers) or join an excursion package around Venice itself.
A guided tour will help you understand how this enchanting city survives, despite being built on a series of wooden poles and despite the flowing waters of the Adriatic underneath the city. World-renowned for its canals and bridges, Venice is visually stunning, thanks to its higgledy-piggledy array of palaces, churches and colourful, narrow streets.
A lovely way to spend the day is to combine a gondola and walking tour: a gondola ride is another ‘must-do’ experience, whilst the secrets and history of Venice’s ‘calli’ (streets) will be revealed to you by your knowledgeable guide.
Your cruise from Venice may leave you with with many tangible souvenirs, but the most lasting souvenir will be your impression of the city itself - don't forget your camera!
When cruising to and from the Venice cruise terminal, your ship will be docked at the Marittima terminal. It’s about a 15-minute walk or a 5-minute taxi or shuttle-bus ride from the Piazzale Roma, the final destination for buses and taxis that enter Venice.
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