Known around the world for its canals, Venice stretches over 118 islets. Enter 123 churches and 455 bridges and you have a city that is really unique. A boat hire in Venice will help you explore all these monuments at your own pace.
Venice is divided into six parts. San Marco, Castello, Cannaregio are located on the left bank of the Grand Canal and Santa Croce, San Polo and Dorsoduro on the right bank. Chateaubriand famously said that this is "a city against nature". As a matter of fact, it is one of the few places in the world where one has to go from one place to another on foot. To cross the main canals, you will have to use a boat; this is why many holidaymakers opt for a boat rental in Venice. If the famous Venetian gondola is mainly used by tourists, the locals prefer vaporetto or thraghetto.
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