Top 6 Places to visit in Metropolitan City Of Venice

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Grand Canal - Metropolitan City Of Venice

Grand Canal is the main waterway of Venice in reverse-S course that divides the city into tow parts. With construction going on at Rialto Bridge, it is not surprise to say that the Grand Canal will be affected too. So we can only see views like photos below at both sides of the bridge.
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Amazing gondola ride here!
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Piazza San Marco - Metropolitan City Of Venice

Also known as St Mark's Square, this is the public square of Venice with a lot of shops and cafes occupying the building surrounding this space. Most of the time, this is where the pigeons gather around chasing, or being chased by tourists
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St Mark's Campanile - Metropolitan City Of Venice

Also known as the bell tower of St Mark's Basilica, is open to public to ascent at 8 Euro per person. This bell tower is located less than 200 metres from our hotel and we got there pretty easily.
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San Zaccaria - Metropolitan City Of Venice

Basilica di San Giorgio Maggiore can supposedly be seen at the background but everything was white out!
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Rialto Bridge - Metropolitan City Of Venice

Also known as the bell tower of St Mark's Basilica, is open to public to ascent at 8 Euro per person. This place need no further introduction. But too bad it was under renovation when we were there!!! "These two models will be remembered forever to all the people who took this photo..", said my bf. Which is quite true. 20 years later, when I look back at this photo, they will still be there holding each other. XD The worst part of this renovation is that it occurred at both sides of the bridge at the same time.
Sharon Phang

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Venice - Metropolitan City Of Venice

The city runs at a different pace. it's small and charming. there are more tourists than locals in Venice. no cars are allowed and you can either walk or use the water bus (vaporetto) to travel in Venice. walking lets you get lost in the narrow streets of Venice and is the best way to discover the city
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