Wednesday, July 20, 2011

Venice (Italy)

City Water, this might be an appropriate designation for Venice. The town is located in the northeastern part of Italy is directly reminiscent of a name, Marco Polo. The name of the merchant from Venice who wanders into a number of Asian countries is easy to remember because it is listed in various history books that taught since elementary school. The name Marco Polo can not be separated from Venice. Even the name immortalized as the name of Marco Polo airport in the city.

Venice is better known as a tourist city and industrial city. The legacy of trade made ​​the city fame as one of Venice's famous sights on the shores of the Adriatic Sea. With the nickname The Queen of the Adriatic which is still attached.


You can use the fast trains such as Eurostar and train-like economy class to visit Venice. From various cities in mainland Europe there are some trains which, directly or have to change trains. The train stopped at Santa Lucia Station.

In some places you can find 24-hour cafe, so you need not fear starvation. Want hot coffee to drink tea available in the corners of the station. After that for a city built around the small islands that we use the vaporetto or water bus from the base named Ferovia, not far from the station. From here visitors can surround a number of places in Venice.


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