We arrived to Venice on the high-speed train from Florence.
The ride takes only two hours and is very comfortable.
In Venice you can move around only by foot or by water bus.
There are several lines running in canals in different directions.
The price depends on your trip length and is somewhere in between 7 to 15 EUR.
We stayed in the hotel on the north of the city, not far away from the city center.
From our hotel it was possible to walk around the whole city, that is what we decided to do after lunch.
We visited main city square - Piazza San Marco.
It was hot there and a lot of tourists.
Later we visited less crowded place - Palazzo Contarini del Bovolo.
The most interesting part of this palace is its external spiral staircase, known as Scala Contarini del Bovolo (literally, "of the snail").
Another main attraction in the city is Ponte di Rialto bridge.
It turned out to be closed for renovation and covered with ugly ads
In the evening we went to see the sunset on the boardwalk near our hotel and tried popular local drink - Spritz.
On the next day we walked a little bit around the town and bought our water bus tickets to the airport.
It takes about one hour to get there by water.
We didn't fly anywhere from the airport, we just rented a car from there, because it's usually cheaper to pick-up the car from the airport office.