There are places in this world I could visit over and over again without getting bored, because they have so much to offer. A proper example in this regard is the charming Venice.
When I first visited the Floating City, the way Venice is called, I had the time of my life discovering the beauty of this amazing city.
I have to admit that when I returned to Venice I had the feeling that I knew this city like the back of my hand. As I was walking down the streets of this lovely city, I had a pleasant feeling of déjà vu. I felt like I had the map of Venice in my mind. In spite of the feeling that I knew Venice by heart, I was aware of the fact that there were new places to explore in this lovely city. It was a real delight to discover new lovely streets, bridges, canals and buildings that I didn’t get the chance to admire during my first trip here.
I must say that I planned my second trip to Venice because I wanted to enjoy the city and its most beautiful tourist attractions also in summer. Visiting new places was of course another priority for me.
In my previous articles about Venice, I said that this city is equally charming in any season, maybe because it is the type of place which has the power to create a strong connection. It was indeed a great pleasure to revisit the charming and vibrant St. Mark’s Square with all its interesting tourist attractions, to eat delicious fries near Ponte di Rialto, to admire again the views of the most beautiful bridges in the city or to lose myself in the narrow and mazy streets.
I could go on talking about the most beautiful places and experiences in Venice, but I think there is no need to do this because I have already written a lot about them, after my first experience there. What I really want to point out in this article is the fact that when you return to a place the feeling you experience is totally different. When you visit a new place it’s about curiosity and excitement, but when you return to that place you experience the enthusiasm of reliving your travel memories.
At the end of this trip, I can definitely say that I will never get bored in Venice and that it will always be a great pleasure to return there.