Chioggia is a populous and lively seaside town. The historic centre of the city lies at the southern end of the lagoon, on a group of small islands divided by canals and connected by bridges.
With its Venetian-style palaces overlooking the canals, the characteristic "Bragozzi" boats with their colorful sails, the fish market, the Corso del Popolo, churches, museums and monuments, Piazza Vigo with its beautiful bridge seems to go back in time, to the time of the Doges and the Serenissima.

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