The 5 most Instagrammable places in Venice
Do you, every time you go on holiday, also look for the most suitable location to take an unforgettable photo to post on Instagram? Are you inspired by influencer profiles to find the right angle? Do you study your outfit and find your best pose according to the angles you want to capture? So as not to miss out on the 5 most iconic locations in Venice, take a cue from our suggestions
Fondaco dei Tedeschi
For a wonderful view of the Grand Canal and the Rialto Bridge, all framed by a crenellated structure, go to the rooftop of the Fondaco dei Tedeschi. You can really spoil yourself with a selfie with a backdrop of Venice: whatever shot you choose, the view that will be seen from the terrace of the Fondaco dei Tedeschi will definitely take your followers' breath away. Don't miss out on a single visit to the interiors of this architectural wonder, rich in history, which only reopened to the public in recent years.
Libreria acqua alta
After hearing the name ("High water bookshop" in English) it is easy to understand the special feature of this place: a bookshop poised on the waters of the lagoon. Such a location is unique in its kind, in fact it is the books themselves that create and shape the bookshop environment. Imagine sitting on a ladder made up of books floating on the water: between the scent of paper, the thousand colours of covers and the gondola that serves as a shelf, your photo will soar to the maximum number of likes!
At Burano, it doesn't matter what colour your dress is: you will definitely find a fisherman's house to complement your outfit! Each house is painted in a bright colour, as this was used by returning fishermen to find their home wrapped in the fog of the lagoon. Put them together like in a kaleidoscope, you will feel like you are admiring a work by Picasso.
At the Northern Arsenal of Venice, you can admire the construction of Lorenzo Quinn's "Building Bridges", a work consisting of 6 pairs of hands that start from the two embankments to intertwine and form a bridge. The idea of a bridge, represented by intertwined human hands, conveys a strong sense of humanity, values such as friendship, union and solidarity. If you share these values, immortalise this work of contemporary art with a beautiful shot and publish it in your gallery.
Scala Contarini del Bovolo (Spiral Staircase)
Palazzo Contarini del Bovolo is a late Gothic building located in the San Marco district, near Campo Manin and overlooking the San Lucia River. Its peculiarity is a finely decorated spiral staircase with a wide panoramic view of the city and breathtaking views towards San Marco or San Salvador.
Have you marked everything on Google Maps? Yes? Then you are ready to immortalise some of the most peculiar and lesser-known glimpses of the floating city, smartphone in hand and camera ready!
To get to all these places rich in history and art, start from the Jolly Camping in Town with the shuttle that will leave you comfortably at Tronchetto, in Venice.