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The beauty of the canals, bridges and monuments, but also the magical environment that we live in every corner, will stay in your memory forever.

The uniqueness of Venice becomes indisputable to visit it at any time of year, although in July and August temperatures often exceed 30 degrees, which may not please everyone. January and February are the coldest months, with occasional snow, giving the streets and squares, a special beauty. In the days of more intense rainfall takes place the phenomenon known as the acqua alta, flooding parts of the city, forcing some precautions in circulation in certain areas.Venice is a city made up of small islands separated by canals and linked by bridges. There are no cars or buses and there are only two ways to navigate the city: on foot or by boat. The vaporettos are passenger vessels that cross the Grand Canal, giving an overview of the city. The residents often use the traghetto that crosses the Grand Canal since the trip is carried out standing and is even cheaper. Water taxis and gondolas are also available, but are more expensive.