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威尼斯旅游攻略英语(威尼斯景点用英语介绍,每个景点一两句就够了,急用,在线等,高分)

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1.威尼斯景点用英语介绍,每个景点一两句就够了,急用,在线等,高分

1, Venice will play attractions is mark's square area, there are: San Marco church (Basilica di San Marco), the clock tower, governor (Palazzo Ducale), sigh bridge (Sospiri by the seaside that side), octagon salvation virgin church (Santa Maria Della Salute). 2, another 1 road along some scenic spots, can get around at any time, the most famous is LiYaEr "bridge (Rialto) 3 lido, ship is almost by mark's square shore, the scenery is tonight. 4 in the evening, a ship after the coast near saint mark's square, is very beautiful, and not to be missed. 5, from the train station to the direction by boat glass island, someone will lead in port visit glass blowing technology, and then see a little glass products can leave the island. 6, color island adjacent house each different colour, households feel very beautiful, another silk is also the unique island budding lace. 1、威尼斯必玩景点是圣马可广场一带,有:圣马可教堂(Basilica di San Marco)、钟楼、总督府(Palazzo Ducale)、叹息桥(Sospiri靠海边那侧)、八角型的拯救圣母教堂(Santa Maria della Salute)。

2、另外1路沿线有些景点,可随时下船逛逛,最有名的是里亚尔托桥(Rialto) 3、lido的船快靠圣马可广场岸时,岸边景色很有气势。 4、傍晚时分有巨轮经过圣马可广场附近海岸,很美,不容错过。

5、从火车站方向乘船往玻璃岛,靠岸后会有人领着参观吹玻璃技术,然后稍微看看玻璃制品即可离开此岛。 6、彩色岛每相邻的房子颜色不同,水巷感觉很美,另外丝蕾花边也是这个岛特有的。

2.用十句英文介绍威尼斯

【威尼斯中英双语简介】

Venice is a city in northern Italy,

威尼斯旅游攻略英语(威尼斯景点用英语介绍,每个景点一两句就够了,急用,在线等,高分)

威尼斯位于意大利南部

It is a beautiful city above water.

威尼斯旅游攻略英语(威尼斯景点用英语介绍,每个景点一两句就够了,急用,在线等,高分)

它是一个美丽的水上城市

Venezia is a city of small islands, enhanced during the Middle Ages by the dredging of soils to raise the marshy ground above the tides.

威尼斯是一座由小岛构成的城市,发展建立在中世纪由疏浚土筑在潮汐之上的沼泽上。

The resulting canals encouraged the flourishing of a nautical culture which proved central to the economy of the city.

由此产生的运河鼓励一个被显示为城市经济中心的航海文化的繁荣。

Venice is one of the most important tourist destinations in the world for its celebrated art and architecture.

威尼斯以著名的艺术和建筑在世界上成为最重要的旅游圣地之一。

The Doge's Palace is a palace built in Venetian Gothic style, and one of the main landmarks of the city of Venice

总督宫是威尼斯的哥特式风格建造的宫殿,威尼斯城市主要的地标之一

During the 16th century, Venice became one of the most important musical centers of Europe

在16世纪,威尼斯成为欧洲最重要的音乐中心之一

Now The city has an average of 50,000 tourists a day

现在全市每天平均有50,000名游客

It continued being a fashionable city in vogue right into the early 20th century

它继续作为一个流行的时尚城市在20世纪初

In the 1980s the Carnival of Venice was revived and the city has become a major centre of international conferences and festivals, such as the prestigious Venice Biennale and the Venice Film Festival, which attract visitors from all over the world.

20世纪80年代,威尼斯的狂欢节恢复以后,威尼斯已成为一些国际会议和庆典的主要中心如著名的威尼斯双年展和威尼斯电影节,吸引来自世界各地的游客,

3.【求威尼斯的英文介绍

If you are coming to Venice from within Italy,the best way to travel is by train.There are few parking spaces in Piazzale Roma,and these are normally costly and almost always occupied.If you decide to drive to Tronchetto,you will find that the situation there is not much better.It makes sense to leave your car in Mestre in a supervised car park and take a train into the center of Venice.When you arrive in Venice,make sure you are wearing comfortable shoes,as you will walk a lot—not because the city is large,but because the numerous bridges all have stairs.A few words about the layout of the city:Venice is divided into six zones,and the addresses have consecutive numbers,e.g.Cannaregio 1,2.As well as having popolare addresses,each building has an official address,e.g.Calle delle Vele.The popular address and the official address are always written together e.g.Cannaregio 1234,Calle delle Vele.The tricky thing is that each zone has the same street name,so postmen have a very difficult (and highly respected) job since the official address (in this case Calle delle Vele) is never enough to make sure the post goes to the right place.The six zones or sestiere are as follows:San Marco,San Polo,Cannaregio,Dorsoduro,Castello and Santa Croce.Although there are six zones,it is possible to cross the city on foot in under an hour.The zones do not really have strict divisions,but they are characterized in different ways:Dursoduro is the university district; Cannaregio is home to the historic ghetto; San Marco has the Basilica and the Piazza,which is probably one of the world's most famous squares; San Polo is a down-to-earth area where the locals live and hang out; Castello has the beautiful Giardini and the Biennale (Venice Arts Festival); Santa Croce is next to the station,just after the Ponte degli Scalzi.Venice is the only European city (and one of the few in the world) to have its public transport entirely on the water.Run by ACTV,the timetable constantly changes,depending on the tide.The main waterway in Venice (il Canal Grande) is shaped like an "S"; this means that if you want to travel from San Marco to Rialto by boat,it will take you twice as long as it would to walk (even if you were walking at a snail's pace).The Grand Canal has only three bridges (a fourth is due to open soon),but at certain points along the canal you can cheaply hire a traghetto (a passenger gondola) to cross the stretch of water; saving a great deal of time.The main ACTV lines are:no.1,which sails from Piazzale Roma to Lido with several stops on the Grand Canal; it is very slow (it takes half an hour from start to finish) and should be used if you want to go sightseeing.There are two circular routes,no.41 (anticlockwise) and no.42 (clockwise) which travel around the whole of the city from San Zaccaria to Piazzale Roma via Giudecca,Cimitero and Murano.No.51 and no.52 travel as far as Lido with fewer stops.The no.82 goes from Lido to Rialto,stopping at Giudecca,Piazzale Roma,Tronchetto and Ferrovia,with San Zaccaria as its final destination.If you prefer taxis,be prepared to pay far more for a water taxi compared to one on the mainland.You should always tell the driver your destination and find out the price before stepping aboard.Gondolas are also subject to additional charges.They will charge you for an hour even if your trip only lasts 50 minutes.。

4.求一篇关于威尼斯的介绍,要英文的

The Sinking City of Venice Atlantis redux Several years ago, Morgen and I visited Venice, that beautiful Italian city where the streets are paved with water. We were there for only a few days, but we enjoyed every minute of it. The place oozes history, and it's wonderfully romantic. When we took the customary gondola ride through the city's canals, our gondolier casually pointed toward a small house and said, “Marco Polo used to live there.” And we could believe it—if it were not for the constant noise of motor boats, it would be easy to imagine that the city looked much the same way centuries ago as it does now. But it's not quite the same as it was in Marco Polo's time. Whatever other changes have happened, the most significant one is that the city, as our gondolier reminded us, is sinking.Of course, the entire planet is doomed to be destroyed when the sun explodes in 500 million years or so, but I'm not losing any sleep over that. Why should I worry about Venice? It still looks OK to me, so it must be sinking very slowly, right? Well, not really. Venice is located in a lagoon on the edge of the Adriatic Sea. When Venice was founded in the year 421, the level of the Adriatic was about 5 meters (16 feet) lower than it is today. For centuries the water level rose very, very slowly, but in the last century or so the rate has increased dramatically. With each passing year, the difference between street level and water level shrinks faster. From time to time, the city gets a brief reprieve. On more than one occasion in early 2005, unusual weather patterns caused Venice to experience exceptionally low tides—so low that boats could not navigate most of the city's shallower canals. Nevertheless, the clear trend, as observed over centuries, is in a decisively downward direction. If nothing is done and the trend continues, by 2055, a significant portion of the city's walkways, plazas, and ground-level floors will be submerged all the time.That Sinking Feeling For a long time I was puzzled about just what it meant for Venice to be “sinking,” because that doesn't fit into my categories of things a city is capable of doing. This is in fact a somewhat simplistic description of a complex problem. One part of the problem is that the city is not built on a solid foundation. Venice was originally a collection of muddy islands. In order to construct buildings, workers drove millions of pilings—thin, sharpened poles made of alder trees—through the mud and into the marginally more solid base of sand and clay beneath. Oak planks were placed on top of the pilings, and on top of the planks, several thick layers of marble (which is impermeable by water) formed the foundations of the buildings. From there on up, most of the construction was done in ordinary brick or wood. At the time the buildings were constructed, the marble was well above the high water line, so there was nothing to worry about. However, over the centuries, the weight of the buildings has driven the pilings deeper into the mushy seabed. In addition, at one time there were hundreds of wells in the city, removing water from deep aquifers. Unfortunately, these aquifers had acted as a sort of balloon of water propping up the city; when it was “deflated,” the city began to sink even faster.But the literal sinking of Venice, which averages something like a few centimeters per century, is only part of the problem. The other part is that the surrounding water level has been rising at an alarming rate. This is partly due to the effects of global warming and partly due to centuries of poor environmental management in the entire region. But in any case, the rising waters compound the sinking problem and make the net effect quite serious.When It Rains, It Pours Venice has always been subject to periodic flooding—mainly in winter, and especially at high tide. This is something that residents have come to regard as a fact of life, and not a terribly troublesome one; most of them get around in boats anyway. But whereas flooding used to be something that would happen a few times a year, now it happens on the order of a hundred times a year. Because the sea level has risen, even in a modest flood, the water level rises above the waterproof marble foundations of the buildings, rapidly wearing away the less-robust building materials.In November, 1966, a particularly bad storm caused a devastating flood that put much of the city under 2 meters (over 6 feet) of water. This caused extensive damage to both buildings and the valuable artwork they contained, and began to impress upon Venetians the need to take drastic action.In 1970, a plan was proposed that involved the 。

5.求威尼斯的英文介绍

If you are coming to Venice from within Italy, the best way to travel is by train。

There are few parking spaces in Piazzale Roma, and these are normally costly and almost always occupied。 If you decide to drive to Tronchetto, you will find that the situation there is not much better。

It makes sense to leave your car in Mestre in a supervised car park and take a train into the center of Venice。 When you arrive in Venice, make sure you are wearing comfortable shoes, as you will walk a lot—not because the city is large, but because the numerous bridges all have stairs。

A few words about the layout of the city: Venice is divided into six zones, and the addresses have consecutive numbers, e。 g。

Cannaregio 1, 2。 As well as having popolare addresses, each building has an official address, e。

g。 Calle delle Vele。

The popular address and the official address are always written together e。 g。

Cannaregio 1234, Calle delle Vele。 The tricky thing is that each zone has the same street name, so postmen have a very difficult (and highly respected) job since the official address (in this case Calle delle Vele) is never enough to make sure the post goes to the right place。

The six zones or sestiere are as follows: San Marco, San Polo, Cannaregio, Dorsoduro, Castello and Santa Croce。 Although there are six zones, it is possible to cross the city on foot in under an hour。

The zones do not really have strict divisions, but they are characterized in different ways: Dursoduro is the university district; Cannaregio is home to the historic ghetto; San Marco has the Basilica and the Piazza, which is probably one of the world's most famous squares; San Polo is a down-to-earth area where the locals live and hang out; Castello has the beautiful Giardini and the Biennale (Venice Arts Festival); Santa Croce is next to the station, just after the Ponte degli Scalzi。 Venice is the only European city (and one of the few in the world) to have its public transport entirely on the water。

Run by ACTV, the timetable constantly changes, depending on the tide。 The main waterway in Venice (il Canal Grande) is shaped like an "S"; this means that if you want to travel from San Marco to Rialto by boat, it will take you twice as long as it would to walk (even if you were walking at a snail's pace)。

The Grand Canal has only three bridges (a fourth is due to open soon), but at certain points along the canal you can cheaply hire a traghetto (a passenger gondola) to cross the stretch of water; saving a great deal of time。 The main ACTV lines are: no。

1, which sails from Piazzale Roma to Lido with several stops on the Grand Canal; it is very slow (it takes half an hour from start to finish) and should be used if you want to go sightseeing。 There are two circular routes, no。

41 (anticlockwise) and no。 42 (clockwise) which travel around the whole of the city from San Zaccaria to Piazzale Roma via Giudecca, Cimitero and Murano。

No。 51 and no。

威尼斯旅游攻略英语(威尼斯景点用英语介绍,每个景点一两句就够了,急用,在线等,高分)

52 travel as far as Lido with fewer stops。 The no。

82 goes from Lido to Rialto, stopping at Giudecca, Piazzale Roma, Tronchetto and Ferrovia, with San Zaccaria as its final destination。 If you prefer taxis, be prepared to pay far more for a water taxi compared to one on the mainland。

You should always tell the driver your destination and find out the price before stepping aboard。 Gondolas are also subject to additional charges。

They will charge you for an hour even if your trip only lasts 50 minutes。

6.求威尼斯的英文介绍

If you are coming to Venice from within Italy, the best way to travel is by train. There are few parking spaces in Piazzale Roma, and these are normally costly and almost always occupied. If you decide to drive to Tronchetto, you will find that the situation there is not much better. It makes sense to leave your car in Mestre in a supervised car park and take a train into the center of Venice. When you arrive in Venice, make sure you are wearing comfortable shoes, as you will walk a lot—not because the city is large, but because the numerous bridges all have stairs. A few words about the layout of the city: Venice is divided into six zones, and the addresses have consecutive numbers, e.g. Cannaregio 1, 2. As well as having popolare addresses, each building has an official address, e.g. Calle delle Vele. The popular address and the official address are always written together e.g. Cannaregio 1234, Calle delle Vele. The tricky thing is that each zone has the same street name, so postmen have a very difficult (and highly respected) job since the official address (in this case Calle delle Vele) is never enough to make sure the post goes to the right place. The six zones or sestiere are as follows: San Marco, San Polo, Cannaregio, Dorsoduro, Castello and Santa Croce. Although there are six zones, it is possible to cross the city on foot in under an hour. The zones do not really have strict divisions, but they are characterized in different ways: Dursoduro is the university district; Cannaregio is home to the historic ghetto; San Marco has the Basilica and the Piazza, which is probably one of the world's most famous squares; San Polo is a down-to-earth area where the locals live and hang out; Castello has the beautiful Giardini and the Biennale (Venice Arts Festival); Santa Croce is next to the station, just after the Ponte degli Scalzi.Venice is the only European city (and one of the few in the world) to have its public transport entirely on the water. Run by ACTV, the timetable constantly changes, depending on the tide. The main waterway in Venice (il Canal Grande) is shaped like an "S"; this means that if you want to travel from San Marco to Rialto by boat, it will take you twice as long as it would to walk (even if you were walking at a snail's pace). The Grand Canal has only three bridges (a fourth is due to open soon), but at certain points along the canal you can cheaply hire a traghetto (a passenger gondola) to cross the stretch of water; saving a great deal of time. The main ACTV lines are: no. 1, which sails from Piazzale Roma to Lido with several stops on the Grand Canal; it is very slow (it takes half an hour from start to finish) and should be used if you want to go sightseeing. There are two circular routes, no. 41 (anticlockwise) and no. 42 (clockwise) which travel around the whole of the city from San Zaccaria to Piazzale Roma via Giudecca, Cimitero and Murano. No. 51 and no. 52 travel as far as Lido with fewer stops. The no. 82 goes from Lido to Rialto, stopping at Giudecca, Piazzale Roma, Tronchetto and Ferrovia, with San Zaccaria as its final destination. If you prefer taxis, be prepared to pay far more for a water taxi compared to one on the mainland. You should always tell the driver your destination and find out the price before stepping aboard. Gondolas are also subject to additional charges. They will charge you for an hour even if your trip only lasts 50 minutes.。

7.英文介绍威尼斯水城60字

Introduction to Venice

Lord Byron called Venice (Venezia) "a fairy city of the heart." La Serenissima, "The Most Serene," is an improbable cityscape of stone palaces that seem to float on water, a place where cats nap in Oriental marble windowsills set in colorful plaster walls. Candy-stripe pylons stand sentry outside the tiny stone docks of palazzi whose front steps descend into the gently lapping waters of the canals that lace the city.

In Venice, cars are banned -- every form of transportation floats, from water taxis and vaporetti (the public "bus" ferries) to ambulance speedboats and garbage scows. Venice is a place where locals stop at the bacaro (wine bar) to take un ombra (literally "a little bit of shade"; in practice, a glass of wine) and munch on cicchetti (tapaslike snacks) or linger over exquisite restaurant seafood dinners.

8.水城威尼斯的英文简介,介绍当地的景色,建筑,历史等,字数在500

Venice, built AD 452. Eighteenth-century trading center for the Adriatic Sea. The tenth century the Republic had established cities, the Middle Ages the Mediterranean's most prosperous trading centers. The new air route opened, due to European business centers decline gradually moved to the Atlantic coast. Incorporated into the Kingdom of Italy in 1866. Industry and commerce developed, there are aluminum, chemicals, coke, fertilizer, oil refining, iron and steel industries. The production of jade jewelry crafts, glassware, flower leather goods, lace, embroidery waiting for that. On land Marghella Hong Kong is an important oil port and passenger port. Well-known tourist center, there were 3 million tourists. St. Mark's Square is the ancient city center, around the square stands the Cathedral, the Clock Tower and other Byzantine and Renaissance buildings. 2 kilometers offshore of the linear sand - is Europe's most famous Lido Beach. Venice is a beautiful water city and its architecture to build the city in the most unlikely place - the water, Venice is always guided by the style of "water", winding Water Alley, the flow of Shiba, she is like a floating in the ocean waves on the romantic dream, lingering a long time poetic. The city, there was once Europe-wide hold the most powerful of human, material and power. According to legend, the history of Venice began in AD 453; time Venice local farmers and fishermen in order to avoid cool addicted sword of the nomads, in turn avoiding to this island in the Adriatic Sea. Venice looks like a dolphin, urban area of less than 7.8 square kilometers, but by the 118 islands, 177 canals, like cobweb clouds In the meantime, these small islands and canals from about 401 then connected to a wide variety of bridges decorated. Long Beach, the city rely on a peninsula connected with the Italian mainland. Piazza San Marco Venice, where building up the water way is to first on the soil under the water lay a large wooden blocks, wooden blocks or a side by side, which is the foundation, lay a solid foundation, and covered with wood, then build a house, where the are all the house is so built. So, It is said that Venice is a city of stone above, here is the forest. The year for the construction of Venice, northern Italy, chopped finished the whole forest. This house, or worry about underwater rotten wood, and it will not be rotten, and is becoming larger and hard, has become more solid. Prior to the archaeological excavations by Marco Polo ? The house, dug up the wood hard as iron, water oxygen until after Xiu met. Venice fertile alluvial soil, locally and drawn stones, together with the adjacent interior of wood to do exchanges during the boat; in mud, in water ancestors were built in Venice. This less than 8 square kilometers of city, but was more than 100 of cobweb-like clouds block the canal carved more than 100 islands, the islands scattered between the bridge just by all kinds of connections, had just arrived soon be lost in this "Water City" in. Fortunately, there was S-shaped Grand Canal runs through the city. Along this is known as "the longest street in Venice," the essence of Venice offers a good view without having to worry about getting lost. Along the coast near 200 palaces, mansions and seven churches, mostly built in the 14 to 16 century, thanks to Feng court style, Gothic style, baroque style, Venetian-style, etc., all of the building foundations are submerged in the water to see if water rising up like an art gallery. Ordinary day of the Grand Canal as it did in the streets of a bustling, like all kinds of vessels are plying the shuttle on it, the most chic of course, gondolas. Venice was destroyed by fire in the rebirth of the Phoenix Opera House again, the great Renaissance and Byzantine architecture, one of the world's most beautiful squares - Piazza San Marco, it was suffocating corridors of the United States, the master Antonioni's best films Some paragraphs in here shooting; Here is a Renaissance town, producing over history, one of the most important school of painting: Venetian school of painting; German musician Richard ? Wagner, passed away here in this city of former 。

。 The glory and dreams through the well-preserved architectural abnormalities extended to today, it will give visitors a unique atmosphere, feeling as though by magic, so that those who came to the Venice tourists are obsessed with parting, enjoyable.。


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