There's a reason why so many families tell and re-tell the stories of long-road-trips. Driving in European countries and other big cities are greatly different experiences, and the travel destination is a wonderful convenience. The classic way to travel around Europe is self-drive car, having the best chance of getting your preferred stop over. Europeans parking is everywhere, sidewalks and the middle of streets are used which appropriately fits the car, but cars are often ticketed __ particularly not towed, unless they are obstructing the traffic.
Our holiday travel would not be complete without a stop in Venice, Italy. Almost one year we didn't visit Venice, is definitely worth visiting, it's such a peeping city in Italy. We had our lunch in Venice. Strangely-funny, what I only want ha!ha!ha! is the big pasta (22 inches long) in Venice....
Venice's nicknames include "Queen of the Adriatic", "City of Water", "City of Bridges", and "The City of Light". One of the world's most romantic cities and a great choice for a romantic honeymoon. The islands on which the city is built are linked by about 400 bridges. In the old center, the canals serve the function of roads, and every form of transport is on water or on foot.
In Europe, most countries the fuel cost is amassedly higher but Switzerland is one country in Europe with economical equitable trade... a muddle-headed people like us ha!ha!ha! nervously, arrived in Switzerland just about a little meter we will finish the gasoline, and so we had the full tank when we arrived in Lugano Switzerland (Lugano is a city in south-east Switzerland borders Italy).
Foremost, the travel destination was Locarno Switzerland so we reached Locarno, Switzerland with blasting cool atmosphere and just before twilight will be dark.