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Laguna di Venezia, Chioggia
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  • Chioggia is a small town near Venice, is its reduced at times. It is a city of peaceful water, delicious fish, hoarse laughter fishermen, classically razveshennogo on Windows and linen driving scooters along the narrow streets (unlike Venice movement of all kinds of vehicles here are not limited to) and some sort of pirate Romance) Here definitely should come to enjoy the freshest seafood. Because local fishermen supply Veneto seafood! Reach Chioggia easy-either on water transport from the Piazza San Marco or bus from Piazzale Roma. The road takes a little over an hour. Chioggia-compact peninsular town. You can get around it for a couple of hours. The main street of the city-Corso del Possible, along which there are numerous restaurants and attractions, of which there are many. I particularly remember the Bell Tower of the Church of San Andrew, which dates back to the 11-12 centuries BC (the Church itself was built in the 18th century). It is considered one of the most ancient review structures in the world. You should also visit the Church of San Domenico (it is located on a small island on the outskirts of the city). Of particular interest here is the picturesque work of Tintoretto. If you find yourself in Chioggia in summer, the city has a nice big Sottomarina beach.
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  • The splendor of Venice is such that he must stay there on several occasions to be able to claim to have a fairly good knowledge of the city, the majority of tourist being short-term visitors rarely go beyond Murano and Burano the 2 most famous Islands vosines. And yet the Lagoon (about 500 kms only 8%) composed of land deserves a more detailed discovery to discover the other islands, S. Giorgio, Lido, the Vignola, S. Erasmus, S. Lazzaro degli Armeni, up to the small town of Chioggia, which closes the lagoon to the West. He will have to return to Venice but is really a disadvantage?
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  • In Melbourne there is a special atmosphere and charming, other than Venice, despite having much in common with bridges and streets, less chaotic and more livable. Walk on Corso del Popolo, especially at night, when it becomes pedestrian lights of many colors is really impressive! No less important is the quality of entertainment that offers fantastic dishes of fresh fish. And don't forget to buy the bakery along the typical bussolai Chioggia both sweet and savory, simple but really good!
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