If Paris is the city of love, then Venice is the city of absolute romanticism. You have to come to Veneto, on the Adriatic coast, at least once in your life, and cross the lagoon to get lost in its narrow streets, from squares to squares, from churches to palaces. You have to see Venice and sail along the canals in one of the hundreds of gondolas that criss-cross the city's six historic districts. From St. Mark's Square to the Doge's Palace, from the Rialto Bridge to the Church of the Friars Minor, "La Sérénissime" is the city-museum par excellence, rich in a stunning cultural and architectural heritage, to be discovered with its Venice tourist guide. From Marco Polo to Casanova, passing through Shakespeare, Petrarch or Hemingway, many travelling artists have succumbed to the charms of the other city of lovers. A lacustrian city whose artistic variety never disappoints, from Roman memories to Renaissance masterpieces, with its avant-garde museums such as the Guggenheim or the Pinault Foundation at Palazzo Grassi or its world-class events such as the Venice Biennale.