Venice is a beautiful city in Italy. Venice is divided into six regions: San Polo, Santa Cannaregio, Castello, San Marco and Dorsoduro and the island of Guidecca, of course. In Venice people speak the Italian language. However, English and Spanish are also spoken in many places here. The German is also spoken. Venice offers a really great variety of attractions for the tourists that visit it every year.
The Piazza is a place between Ala Napoleone, the old and new Procuratia and St.Markâ€™s Basilica. Piazetta is the place located between Campanile, St.Markâ€™s Basilica, the Dogeâ€™s Palace, the Biblioteca Marciana with Zecca and Bacino. These places are the perfect points to start your trip around Venice. The Rialto is the oldest bridge in the city. Numerous religious buildings like St. Markâ€™s Basilica, the Basilica di Santa Maria Gloriosa dei Frari with its beautiful carvings, Santa Maria della Salute and Santo Stefano are also very popular attractions of Venice. A special high-light is the very beautiful weekday evening show in St. Markâ€™s Basilica. Even secular buildings attract many visitors. The Dogeâ€™s Palace, the Gran Opera House and the Theatre are also very popular places with the tourists. Venice also offers a great variety of museums to visit. The most popular museum is the Collezione Peggy Guggenheim located in Palazzo Venier dei Leoni, the Jewish Museum, the Galeria dâ€™Arte Moderna and the Museo dâ€™Arte, and the Museo Archeologico.
Venetian cuisine is characterized by a great variety of fish dishes and risotto. The most famous culinary delights are the la Vecia Cavana. Cannaregio is famous for its fish dishes. More over, the Italian restaurants Gazettino San Marco, Antica Mola and Cannaregio offer very good and original cuisine. Florian cafĂ© on Piazza San Marco is one of the oldest cafĂ©s in Venice and it belongs to the upper class. Bars and restaurants in Venice refer to different price categories and they offer really good night life in the city for everyoneâ€™s taste.