Venice receives 50,000 tourists every day and has 122 islands and 150 canals. It is a paradise, despite the crowds coming from the entire world, hotels where prices can triple from one day to the next (it is the contrast between "high season" and "low season" prices, depending more on the calendar than the demand) and the changeable climate, with heat like that of Naples, floods like in the Po delta ...
These special boats have become one of the symbols of Venice.
The centre of Venice stretches over 118 islets linked by 354 bridges and divided by 177 canals, which have always served as channels of communication for the city's inhabitants.
Venice's carnival is a spectacular tourist event which attracts thousands of visitors from around the world who flock to the city to join in the celebrations.
San Giorgio Maggiore island is situated opposite St. Mark's Square and is home to the basilica of the same name
The basilica was built as an offering to the Madonna after the 1630-1631 plague epidemic: the construction of the basilica, which started immediately after, was completed in 1687.
There are a total of 354 bridges enabling pedestrians to cross the canals and shaping the appearance of the magical city
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