Despite the fact that Venice has a very romantic image and lovers from all over the world strive to get here, couples with children do not lag behind them. Many families have a rest in the neighboring sea resorts of Italy, Croatia and Slovenia, and go to Venice for a day or two. Someone may suggest that there is no place for children in the stone labyrinth, I will try to dispel this myth based on personal experience.
Venice for children
Since our family lives on the border of Slovenia and Italy, just two hours from Venice, we with our daughter and children of our friends are frequent visitors to this amazing city. So what to see with the children and Continue reading
The Venice Carnival – the ancestor of all other carnivals – to this day remains the most famous and popular carnival in Europe and, along with the carnival in Rio de Janeiro, in the world. The main advantage of the Venetian carnival in relation to other numerous carnivals is the fact that almost any tourist can become an active and full participant in it for free.
Therefore, thousands of tourists from different parts of the world go to the most romantic city not only in the summer, when the southern bright sun is overhead, and the sky is piercingly blue reflected in the same color as the water of the canals, but also at the end of winter, when the city is wrapped under a low dark sky light fog, and everything around it seems asleep and waiting for spring and warmth. Indeed, it was at this moment that the whole of Venice abruptly flares up with an incredibly bright and colorful holiday, marking the beginning of the annual carnival, giving all participants and spectators only positive emotions and unforgettable impressions.
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Italy is famous for its beautiful beaches, the gentle sun, clean and gentle sea, historical and architectural monuments, its inhabitants and national color. But besides all this, Italy is also the country of the most delightful and fascinating amusement parks. Known around the world, they attract crowds of tourists, and every year they come to Italian amusement parks more and more.
The first Italian amusement park Edenland was opened in 1964 in Naples. He, like the Fiabilandia amusement park opened in Rimini in 1965, worked like an ordinary Luna park with simple attractions and carousels. Entrepreneurs from Veneto who visited Disneyland in the mid-1970s and were impressed by what they saw there, created a similar American amusement park called Gardaland, located on the shores of Lake Garda. Continue reading