Traveling with Tisner Reisen: Venice – "Queen of the Adriatic"

A trip to Venice, passing through the Etsch Valley, the Sugana Valley and Padua, arriving at the Tronchetto bus station. Boat trip to Piazza San Marco included. Comprised of 118 islands, separated by canals and linked together by approx. 398 bridges, the “Floating City” was named a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Venice was also one of the world’s largest trading towns until well into the 16th Century. The Canale Grande is Venice’s main thoroughfare. Once there, you’ll have time to visit the Doge’s Palace, the Rialto Bridge and the Bridge of Sighs, or just to wander round and explore. The boat back to the bus station leaves in the late afternoon.
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