Venice, a romantic city on the water, is known as "born, beautiful and prosperous by water". In this impetuous world, there is so a city, isolated all noisy, lying quietly on the water, gentle and tender feelings, as if in the dream on creating a blue wave. This water town, which is the world's favorite, is also famous for its glorious history. Its churches, bell towers and palaces show another side of the city -- the once powerful and wealthy "republic" on the sea.
The city, which is open to the water and takes the river as the street, has a total of 177 rivers criss-crossing and is divided into 118 islands. The Grand Canal, about 4 kilometers long and 30 to 70 meters wide, runs between the islands. The banks of the river are lined with a variety of buildings of different styles. Many buildings seem to float on sparkling water. On some small islands, people can stand in their houses and talk to their neighbors on the opposite island. The islands are connected by more than 400 Bridges. There are various forms of stone Bridges, each with charm.
Venice is also a city where boats are used for cars. People arriving here must abandon their cars and enter the market by boat or on foot. There are all kinds of boats in the Venice river, there are water "buses" -- traffic boats, private "cars" -- small motor boats, there are all kinds of "water shops" -- selling boats, ambulance boats, fire boats, garbage boats, recreational boats... There is a small local boating "gondola", it is flat bottom, black, the end of the tip of the tip of the end raised, standing on the right side with a long oar rowed. It's mostly used as a tourist boat. A variety of ships to the north and south, shuttling in the size of the river, constitute a unique bustling scene of water.