From Rome to VenicePosted: 15/05/2016
One of the best things about Italy is getting lost and that’s exactly what we did in Rome and especially Venice.
From the ancient amphitheatre of the Colosseum to the Vatican City, Rome is networked with a plethora of small streets and alleys where the signs can be hard to find at times but it is made up by the great historical and visual experience you get along the way.
After taking the four hour scenic route by train across Italy we found ourselves in Venice. Also referred to by many as “City of Bridges” – it has apparently over 400 bridges, which connect 118 islands. There’s plenty to see in Venice either on foot or by taking a gondola through the numerous canals, but some of the best views are to be seen from the famous San Marco bell tower. Either way it’s a journey worth making…