The tourist places in Venice include many basilicas, museums, some shrines and other beauties. It has a surface area of over 150 islands, all connected via canals, and has no roads. The beautiful city is lined with places of Goths and those dating back to the Renaissance. With a huge amount of historical importance, Venice has a square in the heart of the city, called the Piazza San Marco. This Square has the Basilica of St. Mark, which is made beautiful by the way it is tiled with mosaics of Byzantine. The square is also where the campanile bell tower lies.The many activities of the city are riding a vaporetti, which is basically a ferry service in Venice, a water taxi that gives you that slight thrill and a mini adrenaline rush. Even though locals are quite used to this relatively cheap mode of transport, tourists have small thrill induced bubbles bursting all over during the ride. Gondolas and Traghettis are slightly classier versions of a Vaporatti, but exceeding more expensive. The gondola ride can be negotiated, and the price generally goes down a good 20-30 euros making this experience quite affordable.
The monuments decorating the city, such as Doge’s Palace, have many concerts, mostly based on Vivaldi. Venice also has a Museum Of Shoes, which is a very important tourist spot, and cool enough to attract loads and loads of visitors.Venice’s pride and joy, however, is the high quality of the goods and materials that it sells. The one of many tourist places in Vence is Mercatino dell'Antiquariato, which is a festival that takes place once in every three years, where all kinds of antique shops are put up. Fanny, is the spot for leather good, everything it sells is amazing leather quality, and all things leather. Bruno Magli, is where one goes for shoes, because of the very high quality of the footwear the place sells. All in all, this marvel is worthy of your visit storing all different and unique attractions for all.