Gondolas of snuggled lovers quietly slip through inky black canals at sunset. City lights dance on the water and set romance aglow as the evening darkness draws in. In Venice, all is quieter in the evening, when the day tourists are gone and lovers are left behind to stroll through narrow city streets and across small bridges. Dinners along the Grand Canal are splendid, especially at the Naranzaria in the heart of the Rialto, where the specialty of the house is raw food. If money is no object, lovers can sleep like royalty in the Gritti Palace, an actual doge's palace built in 1525. By day, the Bridge of Sighs whispers secrets of the past, St. Mark's Basilica amazing artwork beckons, and violinists at Piazza San Marco cafes make it easy to sit down for an afternoon espresso.
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