A colorful, costumed carnival has been held in Venice every year, supposedly since 1162, and to this day, festivities in Piazza San Marco gather a huge number of people who want to see the oldest Venetian holiday
A colorful, costumed carnival takes place in Venice every year presumably since 1162, and to this day, festivities in St. Mark's Square gather a huge number of people who want to look at the oldest Venetian holiday. So the travel TV presenter Zhanna Badoeva did not stand aside. Zhanna published photos from this year's carnival on her page. Badoeva told subscribers that on holidays & nbsp; More than half a million tourists visit Venice, which cannot but affect the quiet life of the local population. According to the TV presenter, many people now, despite what is happening in the world, are drawn to the beautiful, so they attend such events. Badoeva herself does not like the Venetian holidays because of the large tourist flow and prefers to fly away from Venice during the days of mass celebrations. This year, Jeanne preferred quiet walks around the capital of France to carnival. The TV presenter, in the company of her friends, flew to Paris, where she enjoys shopping and quiet walks. Would you, dear readers, trade the Venetian carnival for the streets of Paris?