The Italian-inspired The Venice, a one-of-a-kind development in the country, has become the new muse of both professional and amateur photographers. The intricate details of its facade have become a favorite for photographers inclined to landscape and architectural photography, while its warm pastel colors bring out the best smiles in every selfie, groufie, or candid moment captured by the lens.
With its restaurants and cafés that offer authentic Italian flavors, The Venice has become an attraction for foodies on the lookout for the next big thing in dining. Aside from its tasty pastries and sandwiches, Gran Caffé Lavena offers a privileged view of the entire Grand Canal. For those looking for an Italian pasta and pizza treat, Toni and Sergio’s menu may tickle your fancy. Or you might prefer a nice cup of coffee from Ponte Rialto to soothe your mood while watching gondolas drift along the canal.
What’s an Italian-themed development without romance?
Yes, love and romance fill the air at the Grand Canal. The mall elevates romance to whole new level by bringing in Venetian gondolas where lovers or friends can create special moments as a gondolier steers—and serenades—them along the canal. One can also pledge their love at the development through a love lock. It’s believed that lovers who leave this token of romance along the railings of a bridge will be granted everlasting love.
The Venice Piazza is the development’s main venue for various live acts. From bands to soloists, the Venice Piazza is the place to be. Not only can you watch your favorite artist up close and personal here, you can also discover unique finds at the various bazaars at the grounds. If you’re lucky enough, you might be able to witness street acts perform mind-boggling tricks during your night around the town.
Whether you’re dining, taking photos, watching artists perform, or riding the gondolas, one can’t deny that a day at The Venice Grand Canal is a day unlike any other. A place like this is worth remembering.