French guide to visit Venice: the attractions to visit
Venice is one of the most visited cities in Italy, with around twenty million visitors, more than three hundred thousand from France. The city can easily be visited in a few days and is the perfect place for both history lovers and art enthusiasts, all immersed in the natural setting of the lagoon. A key feature of Venice is its bridges. In fact, more than three hundred and fifty of them can be counted. French tourists wishing to visit the city can make use of a French guide to visit Venice. The most famous attractions are:
- St Mark’s Square: perhaps the most famous place. The large square houses the Basilica
- Doge’s Palace: the style has undergone many variations, dictated by a long series of fires over the years that have led to significant changes
- Grand Canal: called Canalazzo by the citizens. It stretches for about four kilometres, dividing the historical centre into two parts.
- The Rialto Bridge: another bulwark of the city. Venice, however, has as many as 354 bridges. Rialto, like the famous Bridge of Sighs, is one of the most photographed places.
- The Gallerie dell’Accademia: home to the richest collection of Venetian and Veneto paintings, from the 14th century to the Renaissance. The museum houses paintings by Bellini, Giorgione, Veronese, Tintoretto, Titian and many others.
Who to rely on
Tourists from France, who need a French guide to visit Venice, can rely on the competence and professionalism of Martine Botquin, who has been a real point of reference for all foreign tourists for years. The translator has decades of experience as a tour guide, speaking both Italian and French perfectly. Her aim is to offer her clients an all-round quality service so that they can discover the beauty of Venice and its museums to the full. On request, Martine Botquin also takes care of shopping in the city on behalf of her clients.