Introducing sightseeing spots in Venezia called the City of Water. The city of Venice does not allow cars to enter due to the inexhaustible waterways, and the main means of transportation here is by water bus or water taxi. There are areas where tourist spots are concentrated, so walking around the city is also recommended. If you use it well, you will be able to coordinate your own trip that can effectively use the limited extraordinary time of “journey” and still give you a sense of fulfillment. (The information is as of the time the article was published. It is recommended to check the details on the official website in advance.)

  1. Board the vaporetto

“Vaporetto” is a time-based ticket, and you can ride as long as it is within the valid time after first touching the reader. It is the only public transport in the city that covers all the sights of Venice. You can walk, but if you use Vaporetto, you can enjoy a different view.

Vaporetto is the foot of life for Venetian citizens as well as travelers. All of the popular attractions we recommend can be reached by this water bus. If you can handle this, you may be a Venetian master without saying anything. Take full advantage of this when traveling to Venice .

  1. Gondola is a must for sightseeing in Venice

This is Venice ! It is recommended to ride a gondola to enjoy. It’s rowing, so it’s not very fast, but it ‘s one of the best rides to enjoy Venice . It can be said that it is a real pleasure to go on the water while enjoying the surrounding scenery leisurely toward the nearby sightseeing spots.

Due to its popularity, it is recommended to make a preliminary reservation in advance if you are not confident in English or on-season. The gondola is recommended if you want to fully enjoy the scenery of the narrow waterways that cannot be reached by the vaporetto route.

  1. St. Mark’s Basilica

The most renowned vacation spot in Venice , “St.Mark’s Basilica”. St. Mark’s Square in front of the temple is a popular attraction with many restaurantsand cafes , and is crowded with locals.

You cannot bring large luggage with you when you enter St. Mark’s Basilica, which attracts many tourists. The short bread Please note If you are traveling during the summer season because it is also prohibited dress exposed skin, such as or sleeveless. It’s still one of the most popular tourist spots in Venice, so long lines are not uncommon during the on-season. Let’s go with plenty of time.

  1. Basilica of Santa Maria della Salute

This cathedral is a 1-minute walk from the Salute stop on the vaporetto. It is a recommended tourist spot that is said to be a masterpiece of Venetian Baroque. The cathedral is studded with elements that symbolize the Virgin Mary, and the main altar also has a magnificent stone statue.

Inside the church, there are 6 chapels around the hexagonal main hall, and it is recommended that you can enjoy the beautiful baroque space. Even if you are not a Christian, you will be amazed at the beautiful architecture.

  1. San Giorgio Maggiore Island

On the island of San Giorgio Maggiore is the church of San Giorgio Maggiore, known as the “Church Waterside Lady”. Its appearance is imposing. The bell tower is popular as a famous place overlooking Laguna.

We also recommend the belfry of this church, which overlooks the city of Venice . Admission to the bell tower is relatively cheap at around 3 euros and can be incorporated into your itinerary without having to worry too much about your budget. We recommend that you check this place in advance so that you do not miss it.

  1. Doge’s Palace

The Doge’s Palace, with its glittering interiors, is one of Venice ‘s most popular tourist attractions. This World Heritage-listed spot has many attractions such as famous paintings and golden stairs

You can visit the Doge’s Palace normally, but there is a secret tour to see every corner of the palace. Please come and see it when you visit Venice . You’ll be amazed at everything inside.

  1. Overlooking Venice from the Rialto Bridge

Rialto Bridge, a popular tourist attraction in Venice . Many people enjoy the view from the railing of the bridge because you can take panoramic pictures from the bridge. At dusk, the surrounding restaurants and piers are lit for fantastic views.

As many reviews and travel experience say, this is one of the most popular tourist spots in Venice , so it is a staple among the classics, but there are a lot of tourists. But if you’ve come to Venice , this Rialto Bridge, which has the longest history, is worth a visit.

  1. Participate in the Venetian Carnival

Venice world-famous carnival, which will be held in, let’s try to participate in the Carnival of Venice. This carnival, which is crowded with people wearing masks and dressed up, changes its schedule every year and refers to the period of about two weeks between the end of January and the beginning of March.

At this carnival, where various people from all over the world gather, everyone is enthusiastic about everything from dresses to masks. It makes me feel like I’m lost in a masquerade ball. It’s fun just to watch it, but if you have the courage to try it, it will be more fun if you dress yourself up.

  1. Buy your own Venetian mask

You can buy masks all year round in Venice , even if it’s not during the carnival . Among the many mask shops, we recommend Ca’Macana. There is no doubt that you will find your favorite at this shop, which sells many different designs.

  1. Murano Island

On the island of Murano, which I will introduce next, there is Murano glass, which represents Venice . It’s not possible to mass-produce completely handmade glass, so I’m glad that the same thing has a unique original feeling.

The colorful glasses are sure to make you happy as a souvenir. If you put it in a suitcase and take it home, it may crack, so put it between your clothes or have it wrapped in a store.

  1. Burano cityscape

Following Murano Island, next is the introduction of Burano Island, which is famous for racing. The colorful houses are so cute, like a fairy tale. The reason why it is so colorful is that in this town where the fishing industry is thriving, fishermen can come home without hesitation.

Access to Burano is by vaporetto from the main island. This is the perfect place for a day trip, but unlike the main island of Venice , there is only one vaporetto station on the island of Burano, so be careful when you return.

  1. Excellent food to eat at “Trattoria alla Madonna”

This “Trattoria alla Madonna” is featured in many travel guidebooks and travel sites, and is a famous restaurant near the Rialto Bridge . There are many delicious foods in Venice , but among them, “Spider Gani Salad” is the best. It’s so popular that you can order more than 100 items a day.

In addition to the visual impact, the taste is the best. This shop is very famous for the “Kumogani Salad” menu, but it is also the origin of squid ink pasta . When you visit , why not order both salad and squid ink pasta for spiders ?

  1. Seafood Restaurant: Algiubagio

We recommend “Algiubagio”, a restaurant where you can enjoy delicious seafood while looking at the beautiful sea. Anyway, you can’t miss this restaurant, which is highly acclaimed on word-of-mouth sites around the world . Delicious seafood while watching the superb view … It’s the best.

It’s a bit far from the sights and hotels , but it’s worth a try as only Venice has a lovely view of the city and the sea . Audience seats are created on the terrace protruding above the sea, giving a feeling of openness. It depends on the time of day, so it is recommended to make a reservation if possible.