Venice - the real Italy and something completely for itself is written by Jesper Munk Hansen
The best country in the boot country - Venice
Have you been in Italy? Or do you still have your first visit to Støvlelandet for good? I have been in Italy 17 times. The first time I visited this amazing country, I was 5 years old and was on 'drive yourself vacation'with the family to Lake Garda - known as Lake Garda in Danish. Ever since the first time I fell in love with Italy and have considered it my second home country.
I have also visited Venice - or Venice as it is called in Italian - and it is a must to take a walk past the city. Venice is located in northeastern Italy in the region Veneto, where the city is also the capital and has just over a quarter of a million inhabitants. But despite being an Italian city, it's like coming to a completely different country when you cross the bridge and enter this adventurous city.
Some might say that it is 'the real Italy'. Because it's like Lady and the Tramp with small streets, gondolas with singing, accordion music and a relaxed lifestyle. When you cross the first bridge from the mainland, the only engine sound you can hear is from the boats in the water. It is liberating to have to park the car outside the city, although it can be a bit expensive to stay in the large parking garages for an entire day. But it does, in turn, give an atmosphere without equal that few elsewhere in Italy can match.
Jesper lives in Kolding and has traveled a lot in his life. Especially in Southern Europe, where Italy and Spain are his favorites, where he has visited Spain about 10 times. Jesper speaks Spanish and is also learning Italian. He has been to Italy no less than 20 times so far and is an ambassador for Visit Italy. In addition, he has lived in Malaysia for 3 months and is also happy to travel in Thailand. Jesper is out traveling at least 3 times a year and in 2019 he was out traveling 4 times. His upcoming trips go to Norway, Italy and Turkey, while Rimini and San Marino are also on the travel drawing board in the near future when the opportunities present themselves.