Sights and the sea for the weekend
Each of the travelers said or even did some adventurous travel. There is a lot that can be done in this direction today. So why not make a weekend by the sea and combine it with something unique, such as Venice. They are a huge maze and without a map, labels or gps you will probably have a hard time finding your destination. It is then quite fun to penetrate the alleys, which are often only a meter wide and hope that they are not blind. Everyone breathes history here and why not make it more pleasant with swimming in the sea.
Weekend by the sea
Each of the travelers said or even did some adventurous travel. There is a lot that can be done in this direction today. So why not make a weekend by the sea and combine it with something unique, such as Venice. They are a huge maze and without a map, labels or gps you will probably have a hard time finding your destination. It is then quite fun to penetrate the alleys, which are often only a meter wide and hope that they are not blind. Everyone breathes history here and why not make it more pleasant with swimming in the sea. How to do it: We chose to travel by bus, which has a great connection to this place. Our bus leaves Prague on Friday at around 10 pm and returns to Venice on Saturday before 11 pm. The price of such a ticket varies. It costs around 1300 – 2000 CZK. It all depends on the various events and both in advance. We got off at Mestre around 9 am and almost every 5–10 minutes there is a train to Venice over the famous bridge Via della Liberta, it's about 10 minutes by train and with it we get to Stazione di Venezia Santa Lucia, where there are opportunities to walk through Venice. Option 1 is to go your own way. Option 2 is to use a large channel. If we walk, cross the Ponte degli Scalzi, which is one of the four bridges on the canal. Everyone will definitely be heading to St. Mark's Square. We will visit Campo San Stin along the way. Reach Campo San Polo, where you can eat for a fairly reasonable price, continue to Parrocchia di San Silvestro I Papa. Take the Riva del Vin waterfront, where you can see Venice's most sought-after bridge, the Rialto Bridge, and head from here to the Basilica dei Santi Giovanni e Paolo. From here, take the streets to St. Mark's Square. There will definitely be thousands of people here. St. Mark's Basilica is free. The Blessing Palace costs about 20 Euros and then there is the Campanile di San Marco tower, which costs 8 Euros, from which you can see the whole of Venice. Along Riva degli Schiavoni you can walk the whole coast, so you can look at the Basilica of Santa Maria della Salute and on the other hand, for example, the Arsenale di Venezia. At least that's how we did it, and it all went well within 15 hours. Near St. Mark's Square there is a platform for a steamer from where Ship 1 goes to the Lido and ends at the Central Station, so we bought a return hour has 75 minutes. to Lido, where there is a beach and you can swim here and in the evening we returned by boat and canal to Venice. It is about a 25-minute cruise to the Lido. How long to stay here is up to each of us. But it is possible to walk through the beautiful city and still enjoy the whole afternoon in the sea. So why not make a fun ride to Italy for the weekend, for example.
At Venice Central Station
The place where everyone will probably take their first photo
Campo San Stin
Our first stop. The entrance to the church costs about 3 Euros
Campo San Polo
In the square, where you can eat for a reasonable price
Being a Gondolier is unthinkable for a Czech. A gondolier can only be Italian and has to pass tests and this permit is then inherited.
The most visited bridge in Venice
Basilica dei Santi Giovanni e Paol
St. Mark's Square
With St. Mark's Basilica with a tower
The Blessing Palace
Opportunity to visit him. It is necessary to count on a 20-euro entry and a ban on photography
The arsenal should be a military building.
Bridge of sighs
One of the most photographed places in Venice. Here, prisoners were led as they sentenced to prison.
Santa Maria della Salute
Basilica of San Giorgio Maggiore
View of the Basilica from the tower
View of Venice
There is a beautiful 360 ° view of the city.
Already by the sea
And this is how you can spend an afternoon on the beach of Lido on the island.
They also have something in them.
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