After a break of a couple of years, forced on us by having to prepare our own original artwork, we are pleased to re-introduce Venice to our line, along with an updated version of Northern Italy on the other side. Venice is one of the most-visited cities in the world, with some 20,000,000 tourists arriving annually. The reason is simple: during its era of great power, Venetians created magnificent palaces, a great cathedral, and a unique city landscape. These treasures have been preserved and are incredibly popular. Our map shows the city of no cars brilliantly, showing every street and laneway, every water taxi stop, every church, public square, bridge, theatre, and a goodly number of hotels and restaurants. In size, Venice is small, which is fortunate because walking and taking a boat are the only ways to get around. Lovely though the city is, one needs to get there and also see other parts of Italy, so we have added our map of the northern half of the country to the map, from Rome to the northern border. The map has been printed on waterproof paper, more for durability than climactic reasons, and the back cover includes a schematic map of the “Vaporetto” water bus routes through the city.
Park, Cemetery, Hospital, Attractive, Institution, Building, Transportation, Lake and River, Museum, Church, Point of Interest, Monument, Hotel, Restaurant, Viewpoint, Palace, Theatre, Library, University, Embassy, Bank, Notable Building, Cinema, Drinking Water, Police station, Post Office, Shopping Centre, Toilette, Marina, Car Park, Bus Terminal, Lighthouse, Ferrym, School, Stadium and many more.