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Venice—Traghetto 威尼斯摆渡船

There are just three bridges along the 3.5km stretch of Venice’s Grand Canal, so how do you get across? By Traghetto (meaning “ferry” in Italian), of course. The unglamorous sibling of the gondola, these no-frills boats get passengers from one side of the canal to the other for a meagre fee. You can pick up a Traghetto from any of the seven piers along the canal—just look for the yellow signs pointing you towards the landings. Each boat is rowed by two oarsmen—one at the bow and the other behind the passengers, as in a gondola—if you want to ride like a Venetian, you should stand for the short journey.

总长3.5公里的威尼斯大运河上,一共只有三座桥梁,那你要怎么过河呢?当然是坐Traghetto(意大利语的“渡船”之意)啦。(剩余1576字)

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