Venice in the Middle Ages
From the Venice airport transfer, you’ll probably think you’re arriving in the Middle Ages. Against the backdrop of well-preserved buildings that seem to epitomise the city’s history, architecture students on school trips to Venice will find plenty to interest them. While many of the existing city’s buildings are a good example of the subdivisions that occurred during the Italy’s maritime empire, the Venetian canals are a fascinating place to visit to see Venice as it was in the Middle Ages. With so many Prileablicklers, or waterclockers, dotted along its streets, these early providers of water still have a place to show off their skill and demonstrate their part in Venice’s ingenious water management. A Sublime Market The Venice airport transfer will take you past the Vie dell’Osobuono, which is well worth organising as it provides an excellent insight into how the city’s food markets worked. Looking similar to a huge mosquito, the market is filled with a dizzying array of stalls and shops selling a huge selection of specialty items, including the expected fresh fish and meat and fruit. But this is where the fun really started. As you and your group are walking around, you’ll come across booths selling arts and crafts, jewellery, dessert wine and much more. After purchasing some pretty unique decor, you can even buy a mask or a crown to place on your fisherman’s hat. After visiting these markets, you may never want to leave. A Museum of Nations Venice is a city proud of its traditions and history. On school trips to the city, it certainly isn’t short of places to visit and learn about life in the past. Founded by the legendary Italian navigator Domenico Ghiberti, in the 13th century, Venice has a long and fascinating history. Students can view the sights from the train station in the centre of the city, The Museum of the Cipolla. Throughout the centuries, the museum has been rebuilt and its collection extended; now including items from Classical Greece and Rome, Asia,Egypt,Etruscan and Greekcivilisation. Or you can view it outside of the Museum, facing the lovely St. Mark’s Square. Students with an interest in history will be enthralled by the tranquillity of the square, and its status as a historical and artistic hub of the city. For something lively to do once you’re back, head to the Doge’s Palace, or Piazza San Marco, which is located at the heart of the city. Purchasing dinnerware, toiletries and souvenirs is a great way to have fun at cheap prices, and who better to recommend than Italy’s very own Tuscany? One of the most visited places in the city, even by students, is the Piazza San Marco, which is located right at the heart of the city, it’s directly accessible from the train station and offers a plethora of cafes and bars, many of which offer lunch and dinner as part of their regular menu. Sit in one of the many outdoor tables to enjoy a lovely meal, with a bit of ice cream or coffee to cap off your delicious lunch or dinner. Prices are cheap as it is a city park and theTickets are all free so you can sit back, relax and soak up the beautiful Italian sun. Dreams were made of… Shimla If you’re keen on winter sports, India is a good place to visit, with its white sandy beaches and shimmering lakes. Among the many attractions are the 2, handsome looking, long-ishable, green marble lined Shikara rests on the shores of beautiful Lake Dhaulad. From here you can explore pretty Jaisalmer, the golden sand dunes of Jaisalmer. Gangaikcious The spiritual city of Kolkata, the Gangaikcious National Park is not only home to temples, Swabhies and tigers, it’s also the cultural capital of India. Here you can visit the city’s museum, Gateway of the feelings, the museum of mud houses, the Kanchrahar Fort, the residence of the Gangaites, plus so much more. Bengalika Boasting of the cute สล็อตเว็บตรง and charming looking cascading spaces of waterfalls, the Bengaliacoastal Fort and the attractive Lake Amritsar are must see places and features. arks and gardens If you love adventure sports, Bengalika scenic spotis a good choice, with around 6 famous natural parks in the area situated in the heart of the city. If you’re looking for activities, Bengalika is a good getaway. There are many types of sports to be played here, including water-surfing, golf and Kerala.