Attractions from Italian Adriatic Sea Coast

Attractions from

The city Piran (Italian Adriatic Sea Coast)
Once upon a time, the city only had a large fire to guide the ships safely into harbour. Today, Piran is a beautiful, historical holiday city, where past and present make out a wonderful mix.
Gondola rides (Venice)
When in Venice, it is almost mandatory that you go for a canal tour in one of the many impressing gondolas. The city is uniquely charming when seen from one of these extraordinary boats. All the gondolas in Venice are handmade, and there are only two gondola builders left in the city.
Palazzo Ducale (Venice)
Palazzo Ducale was built in the 9th century AD. Since then, the palace has been expanded and rebuilt at several occasions. The architecture of the palace is outstanding, and the building itself is richly decorated. The palace is open for visitors every day between 09:00 a.m. and 05:00 p.m.
The Piazza de San Marco (Venice)
The Piazza de San Marco is one of the most famous piazzas in the world. It is surrounded by impressing buildings, among these the richly decorated Church of San Marco. It is normally thick with people on the piazza, and many tourists come here to hear the bell ring in the famous 15th century bronze tower.

Area and city attractions

• Florence
• Milan
• Naples
• Rome
• Venice
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