Venice- the Floating city, comprises of 117 islands divided by canals and united by bridges. People say it is the most romantic place on earth, so we thought of checking the place. Venice is lovely, but undesirably, it is costly. Right from staying to eating on the island can be heavy on pockets but the good part os that one day is enough to explore this small city of Venice. This blog is about the most Instagrammable places in Venice.
Do read: 1 day Venice Travel Guide
Some of the Most Instagrammable Places in Venice:
Piazza Di San Marco (St. Mark’s Square)
This spot is the most crowded sight in Venice however it is totally possible to great pictures in the morning when the crowd is less and you get ample space to experiment for your Instagram. Early morning you will mostly find locals around and the best sunrise as it rises behind St Mark’s Basilica. You will also encounter photographers capturing scenic views of Venice for their work.
Libreria Acqua Alta (Bookstore of High Water)
A library in Venice where rooms are over-stuffed and stacked with books, magazines from wall-to-wall. Venice is known for its flooding nature, this picturesque library located at 5173 Calle Lunga, 5176/B, where books are placed in bathtubs, waterproof bins and gondola. Direction.
Once you go into the interiors of the Island slowly you will realize the tourist crowd becomes less and you can find some canals to get your best Instagram picture for your feed. Do not miss this as it is the best landmark in Venice, Italy.
Ponte dei Suspiri (The Bridge of Sighs)
A walking distance from St Mark’s Square is also a best-photographed location. With the crowd, it gets difficult to get a pose to click so make sure to get a picture early morning. It is undeniably most instagrammable places in Venice.
Riva Degli Schiavoni (San Marco Waterfront)
Located behind St. Mark’s Square, Riva Degli Schiavoni is a famous waterfront location to get the best Instagram picture. You will always find gondolas parked by the dock which creates the perfect background for your picture. This spot is generally empty during the evening and gives the best view of San Giorgio Maggiore church in the background. Another most instagrammable place in Venice.
Basilica di Santa Maria Della
While walking we stumbled upon this spot which was crowd-free and empty, as it rained that day we could capture the Basilica with dark clouds pondering over it. This spot gives the best-unobstructed view of the Basilica di Santa Maria Della Salute.
The alleys & streets
While looking for the most Instagrammable places in Venice, we got lost in the narrow alleys and streets which lead us to this. Another scenic picture capturing the colourful Venice city which was near the dockyard. You can get a good picture as the background highlights the balconies full of flowers.
Scala Contarini dei Bovolo
While wandering around the streets of Venice we happen to meet this small palace and its spiral staircase which offer a panoramic view of the roofs of Venice, crowned by the Campanile of San Marco. The entry fees to the palace is €7. If you wish to spend some and check out the top view of Venice you can surely do that too.
One of the oldest cafe in Italy, located in Piazza San Marco in Venice (1970). The outdoor of the cafe is really rugged and mystic.
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