Book luxurious business class flights to Venice with Fly World Class, to start your unforgettable trip in comfort and style. The capital of Veneto in northern Italy, Venice is situated on more than 100 small islands. There are no roadways or automobiles. The only non-pedestrian travel is by boat on winding canals. Bicycles, scooters, skateboards, and roller skates are all forbidden in Venice, though cycling is a popular mode of travel throughout Italy, including several islands near Venice, such as Lido and Pellestrina. The following are just a few of the many top attractions in the City of Canals, one of the most romantic places in Italy.
In addition to riding a gondola or water bus, a visit to St. Mark’s Basilica is a top itinerary item for many who travel to Venice. The breathtaking structure was built in honor of evangelist Saint Mark. A statue of St. Mark crafted by Donatello is one of many amazing sights at the ornate church. Golden mosaics are the most well-known features of St. Mark’s Basilica. The stunning mosaics cover of 40,000 square feet of walls, floors, and ceilings. The enormous domed ceilings are, in large part, done in gold. The opulent design of the awe-inspiring structure is a symbol of Venetian power and wealth and reason enough for countless visitors to travel first class to Venice. St. Mark’s Basilica was constructed from 1084 through 1117.
With a wall connecting it to St. Mark’s Basilica, Doge’s Palace, prominently seen from Grand Canal, is a primary destination for many tourists who book cheap flights to Venice. The former home of rulers of Venice – Dukes or Doges –Palazzo Ducal or Doge’s Palace also housed the city court. Convicted prisoners would be walked directly from the courtroom across the famed Bridge of Sighs into a prison across a tiny canal. The bridge got its name because prisoners would sigh at their last view of the city before descending into window-less dungeons, from which many never emerged to see daylight again. Tour the palace, to get a taste at how extravagantly the ruling class of Venice lived when this city was at the height of its importance in the world. The privileged residents even used a door leading directly into the basilica, for private church. The connecting prison can also be toured, accessed via the Bridge of Sighs.
Although many destinations in Venice should not be missed because of the exciting architecture and history, many who travel to Venice enjoy other kinds of authentic Venice experiences. Glass blowing demonstrations draw many thousands of visitors every year. Murano is in the Venice lagoon and a quick trip by water bus, and there are many glass-blowing studios there.
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