VENICE: floating city, city of bridges, city of water
It is situated across a group of 118 small islands that are separated by 170 canals and joined together by over 400 bridges. Venice is unique in its beauty and a jewel rich of art, architecture, literature and history.
Your experience attending ADCHEM 2021 will be a fully fascinating one!
DISCOVERING VENICE - OUR SUGGESTIONS
Spend most of your time time walking, discover hidden corners of this romantic city.
You will see no cars, but only the typical vaporetto (the water bus) and bobbing gondolas. Let you be inspired by the art-filled and utterly unique city.
Venice keeps on being a protagonist on the world stage. The Biennial Art Exhibit is the largest modern art show in the world; the Venice Film Festival is the world’s oldest and, along with Cannes, the most prestigious in Europe.
Other world-class cultural events and institutions, such as the Carnival and La Fenice are also must-sees.
The bacari, typical Venetian restaurants, are located in every part of the city but the best ones are located near the Rialto Bridge and in the Cannaregio area: step by step you will taste delicious 'cicchetti' with a good glass of wine, or with the traditional spritz, the Venetian aperitif par excellence, which combines prosecco, Aperol or Campari and soda.
TOP FIVE THINGS TO DO IN VENICE
Get Lost in Venice
See St. Mark's Square when it's empty
Take the #1 Vaporetto for a Grand Canal Tour
Wander the colored street of Burano
"Window" Shop at the Rialto Market