Serviced Office Space Venice
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The romance capital of the world, Venice is located in the middle of former marshland and is built on a group of 118 islands that are linked by canals and bridges. A major maritime power of medieval times, Venice boasts beautiful architecture, intricate canals and fantastic historical sites. It has also been home to a number of famous residents including Marco Polo, Antonio Vivaldi, Ludovico de Luigi and Carlo Scarpa. This charming and vibrant city is provides access to some major historical landmarks like Baroque Ca’ Rezzonico, the Canale Grande, Piazza San Marco and the famous St. Mark’s Basilica.
The Venetian economy thrives on tourism and all the benefits that come with it. Industries like shipbuilding, import/export and trade can be found within the city. When it comes to its executive suites and offices, these are occupied by various professionals such as lawyers, doctors, architects, publishers, design firms and financial consultants.
Entertainment And Dining Out
Venice has always been a major centre for the performing arts with places like St. Mark’s Basilica offering some exceptional performers throughout the year. The Carnival of Venice is a massive festival associated with the city while La Fenice, Teatro Goldoni, Teatro Malibran and Theatre Fondamenta Nuove are venues for live music, opera and theatre. The city boasts a variety of restaurants, giving locals and tourists a taste of Italian and global cuisine. La Mela Verde is a great seafood establishment while Antico Forno is known for its authentic Italian pizzas. Caffe Centrale offers a large selection of international dishes and dessert lovers will be thrilled with a visit to Gelateria Paolin.
Transportation modes in Venice include the impressive water-based system including gondolas and other types of water transportation. Most of the city is inaccessible by road or rail; however there are trains that run from St. Lucia Station, connecting the city to the rest of Italy and beyond. Marco Polo International Airport provide air transport facilities while the part of the city that is away from the water has a number of bus services and taxis to ferry commuters around.