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VENICE, ITALY founded on traditionally and conveniently on St. Marks day April 25th 421. I recommend at least a stay of 3 full days in Venice (4 nights).
Venice by the Numbers--Central Venice is divided by Venice's longest (4km/2 1/2 miles) and widest (30-70m/98-230 ft.) waterway, the Grand Canal. Its 118 islands are separated by approximately 170 rio (canals) and connected by some 430 footbridges, mostly stone with iron balustrades added in the 19th century. Only three bridges cross the Grand Canal: the Ponte degli Scalzi, just outside the train station; the elegant white marble Ponte Rialto (by far the most recognizable bridge, and, for centuries, the only one), connecting the districts of San Marco and San Polo; and the wooden Ponte Accademia, connecting the Campo Santo Stefano area of the San Marco neighborhood with the Accademia museum across the way in Dorsoduro.
Well over 1,600 years after the founding of Venice, it can still boggle the mind how the ancient Romans built the Floating City. Throughout the centuries, it has undergone floods, fires and plundering pirates. Yet, despite its hardships, Venice remains proud of its heritage, beauty and triumphs.
The fastest way to reach Venice is by airplane or slow and romantic by via train. There are stations in most major Italian cities. If you’ll be in Europe for a good while, look into getting a rail pass for unlimited travel among the countries for a set period of time. See the link below for details.
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