After: Venice, Italy
A timeless city, of ancient origins and traditions that is known to enchant its visitors with its sublime beauty, should not be missing from your travel list.
Built on more than 100 small islands and surrounded by the vast Venetian Lagoon, Venice has no roads, but a network of canals flowing through it, serviced by small gondolas and water taxis. The most famous canal, the Grand Canal, is in the heart of the city and it's lined with picture-perfect Renaissance and Gothic palaces that will transport you to another era.
There is a reason that Venice was nicknamed "La Serenissima", meaning "the most serene one". It's unique, dreamy, romantic, dramatic, and positively intoxicating for anyone with a spirit of discovery and adventure. If you wish to spend a few days in Venice, we recommend the following accommodations for your post-trip hotel: