The city that is famous for canals, gondolas and rich history and culture, of course, we are talking about Venice. 
This amazing city is situated on a group of 118 small islands that are separated by canals and linked by over 400 bridges.
The ancient Veneti people inhabited the region by the 10th century BC.
During the Middle Ages and Renaissance, Venice was a major financial and maritime force.
By the 14th century, the city-state of Venice was considered to have been the first real international financial center.
In the 19th century, Venice became part of the newly created Kingdom of Italy.
Second World War, fortunately, didn't have a huge impact on the historic city, because the loss of the historic treasure that is concentrated in Venice, would have been disastrous.
Buildings such as the Basilica of St. Mark and Palazzo Ducale, and the rich squares such as St. Mark's Square are just a part of the creations that decorate this, according to many, the most beautiful city in the world.
Known for several important artistic movements, especially during the Renaissance period, this city truly is a ''living museum'', no wonder the lagoon and a part of the city are listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
Your taste buds will also enjoy Venice and its seafood delicacies and afterwards, you can wash it all down with Veneto’s signature bubbly, prosecco.