The Rialto Bridge is the most famous bridge in the city. The Rialto Bridge is in lagoon of Venice. It was built in the period from 1588 and 1592, connecting the two districts of San Marco and San Polo. It is a 48 m long and 22 m wide covered crossing. Until 1854, it was the only way to cross the Grand Canal. Today, there are two more bridges to cross the channel but they are not so well known.
It is a great pleasure for each one to sit at the Rialto Bridge on the banks of the Grand Canal in one of the many restaurants or cafes and enjoy fine Italian cuisine and at the same time to observe the hustle and bustle.For each visitor to Venice trip on the Grand Canal is an amazing experience.
Indeed, in Venice can be found many sights – amoretto (public transport) along the Grand Canal, or you can choose the option of romantic gondola ride with music and song and so on.Who wants to see the sights of Venice, must visit the Doge’s Palace, because this is one of the biggest highlights. Eleven centuries of Venetian history are reflected in the Doge’s Palace and the charisma and the power of attraction of the young Republic is portrayed by glorious paintings by Paolo Veronese and Tintoretto.
On the first floor of the Doge’s Palace is the home of the Doge, the so-called Appartamentodel Doge. The Doge’s Palace Venice is very interesting, really.In 814 and until 9 Century the Doge’s Palace was the seat of the Doge and judiciary. It is one of the most important secular buildings.The Venetian Palace is regarded as the embodiment of propaganda and self-expression and as a work of splendour of Venetian architecture.
Now it is a museum, which can be visited and create unforgettable memories for every tourist. The entrance fee is from 5.50 euros to 9.00 euros. From 01 April to 31 October is open from 9.00 to 19.00.During the remaining time, you could visit it from 9.00 to 17.00.
Venice St. Mark’s Square
The Piazza San Marco is the best-known and most important square in Venice and one of the major attractions of Venice. The place is located in the south of the lagoon city and is 175 meters long and up to 82 meters wide. Tourists and countless pigeons populate it. Also, around the Piazza San Marco are some of the most important sights of Venice. Starting on the Grand Canal is the world famous Doge’s Palace, followed by the Porta della Carta.
This gate connects the Doge’s Palace St Mark’s Basilica. Then, the clock tower, the Magistrates, the Campanile with the Logetta and the BibliotecaMarciana. The Doge’s Palace is a gothic building and was impressive symbol of power of the Republic of Venice. Since the 9th Century, it was the seat of the Doge, who were elected by the National Assembly. A guided tour of the palace is sure to be a highlight of a visit to Venice.The St. Mark’s offers a fantastic interior. The reconstruction started which was completed 1094. The mosaics are an impressive example of European mosaic art of the Middle Ages.
St. Mark’s Basilica
St. Mark’s Basilica St Mark’s Square is over a thousand years old. In the middle of the 19th Century was built a chapel of the Doge’s Palace and St. Mark’s Church became more and more important.St. Mark’s Basilica is on the Piazza San Marco Campanile.Visitors can expect an overwhelming sight inside the cathedral.
In the 15th And 18 Century, the mosaics of some famous Venetian artists were then replaced here. However, the floor also deserves attention, because the floor mosaics cover an area of 2,000 m². To protect many mosaics were covered with carpets, but otherwise ornaments, animal motifs and patterns are offered in perspective.
The remains of St. Mark are housed in the high altar. In the plate are incorporated countless pearls and precious stones.The Venice attractions are open Monday to Saturday from 9:45 to 17:00 and on Sunday from 14:00 to 17:00 clock.
Runkel castle stone near Bolzano
The Runkel stone castle is located near Bolzano. You can find here attractive, landscaped grounds. Talfer stands high above the old castle on a former sheltered rock and looks down at the Sarn Valley. The Runkel stone castle has retained its medieval charm. It presents many frescoes, exhibitions and events. To Bolzano tourism include the history of the castle and its art and cultural.
In 1390 the chapel was beautiful, a true masterpiece of architecture. Only the painting of the interior life is evidence of a lot of creativity and artistic commitment. The four-storey west palace at the west front of the castle refers to unique and beautiful frescoes. It is the largest secular fresco cycle of a medieval building, which tells that story of Tristan and Isolde, the brave knights of King Arthur and his Round Table, the history of Vintler’s and such a spiritual wall painting from the Bible.
The Runkel stone castle is open all year. To see this unique facility, there are guided tours available. The Castle Tavern, which serves the Bolzano Tourist, offers delicious meals – the trip through the Middle Ages. The place in the courtyard can be rented for weddings or corporate events.
Rome St. Peter’s Basilica and St. Peter’s Square
St. Peter’s Basilica in Rome is the world’s largest self-supporting brick building – 211.5 meters long and 132.5 feet wide. It is the Basilica houses the largest nave in Europe. The monumental church was inaugurated in 1623 after 117 years of construction – the foundation stone was laid in 1506 under Pope Julius II.
Famous architects and artists such as Michelangelo and Raphael were involved in the construction.Beautiful art treasures adorn St. Peter’s Basilica, including the Pietà by Michelangelo (1499). The altar is located above the assumed tomb of Peter.Under St. Peter’s Basilica are located the Vatican Grottoes.
They are originated in 1546.The caves have served as the tomb of the popes and storage of various art treasures.Below the caves is another of Rome sights – the necropolis with tombs from ancient times.