For my posts on Venice:

The main attractions in Venice are easily accessible by foot! There are prominent signs on walls like this that will lead you mostly to San Marco and Ponte Rialto. It's pretty difficult to get lost by following the signs.

The Rialto Bridge is a must-visit for being the oldest and most famous bridge across the Grand Canal, having opened in 1591!? :O Can't believe I left my footprints on the piece of history! The bridge connects the districts of San Marco and San Polo.

Just next to the bridge is the bustling Rialto Outdoor Market which you won't miss for sure. It wasn't as big as I expected, but it was still an experience to peek into the daily lives of a Venetian. I spent probably half an hour looking around. Many of the stalls are open for most of the day, selling all sorts of items. You must snag the great deals for fruits, clothes, seafood, etc. because they are abundant!

And there we have it, THE bridge. The views were different in the day compared to the night. I can't decide which view I love the most because they're both equally breathtaking! Luckily for me, my accommodation was just next to the bridge, thus I was able to admire the scenic views every day that I was there! *.*

Night View :

To see my posts on Italy:

Rialto Bridge
Rialto Vaporetto Stop, 31024 Venice, Italy (San Marco)

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