7 most beautiful cities on the canals
• 7 most beautiful cities on the channels
So many cities in the world, not only the famous Venice, located on the water channels. Once a location has been of great strategic importance for trade, but today - this enchanting tourist destinations, attracting thousands of visitors who want to spend a vacation in an unusual situation for them. See Top 7 most beautiful cities on the channels that are certainly worth a visit.
Among the cities along the channels, always the most popular and frequently visited is Venice. Canals give the city some special, unique atmosphere. Explore the city by gondola, you can enjoy the beauty of ancient monuments under the soothing sounds of splashing water.
In recent years, in Venice often began to hold regatta. So the city authorities want to perpetuate the fact that their prosperity city owes water crossings.
Saint Petersburg is famous for not only the white nights, but also for its unusual location. Situated on more than 100 islands of the city, the Neva River and its tributaries and small rivers and many canals give a special charm. It is not surprising that boating on the rivers and canals of the city have become very popular among tourists. A great way to enjoy the wonderful views of St. Petersburg will travel along the Neva River on a boat Maximus.
Water St. Petersburg area of almost 7 percent of the area. A spectacular and majestic bridges connecting the islands, are true works of art.
Copenhagen - is another city on canals. One of the most popular places in Copenhagen is currently Nyhavn, or new harbor. Life here never stops for a minute.
In the afternoon visited by crowds of tourists in the trendy area of Copenhagen - Nyhavn, to see the famous houses with colorful facades, admire one of the world's longest man-made canals and huge sailing ships moored at its shore. At night, travelers and residents of the city are given over to unbridled fun in various clubs.
Amsterdam is the second after Venice's most famous city in the world on channels that literally cut up them up and down. Canals give the city a soul, devoid of formality of the atmosphere, and are perfectly combined with beautiful stone buildings along them.
The most romantic place for dinner for two in Amsterdam - a barge or boat. Walking along the canals should also visit the Old Town and the amazing artistic Jordaan neighborhood.
Bangkok. A great way to explore Bangkok - is to go to "cruise" on its rivers and canals. During this tour you can see all the unusual capital of Thailand, where skyscrapers are located next to the monumental temples and traditional buildings with the "deciduous" roofs.
are very popular among tourists in Bangkok, enjoy the journey "Ruea Hang Yao" - longtail boat that can sail through even the narrow canals of the city. Another symbol of Bangkok are "floating markets" or "Floating Markets", where you can buy local specialties - vegetables, seafood and spices, as well as original Thai dishes.
Suzhou City, nearly half of which is covered with water, called the "Venice of the East". Along almost all the narrow sidewalks are parallel canals. From the boat you can admire the beautiful city that for centuries has been an important economic and cultural center of China, it is possible directly from the boat.
Due to the trade in silk, Suzhou has become a thriving and very rich city. The money earned by the authorities invested in the architecture and beautiful gardens, which in turn became a major tourist attraction in the city, which attracts thousands of travelers from around the world.
Annecy - it's "Alpine Venice". This small town in the south of France boasts charming canals, beautiful architecture and monuments, stunning historic center and the wonderful castle.
Annecy is worth a visit because of its fantastic location. On the one hand, the city is surrounded by mountains, on the other - directly adjacent to the lake.