Join TheWEbFry Report to navigate and float through these ten magnificent cities. Areas where the green of the trees is reflected in the calm waters of the canals, which travel through places like Holland, Italy or Sweden. Do not miss it!
This small city, with a population of 2,600 people, seems to be taken from an authentic fairy tale. This picturesque destination is full of thatched roofs, wooden bridges and the most charming hotels and restaurants.
This historic city, located in the province of Jiangsu, is covered with beautiful canals that serve as the main route to move to the residential neighborhoods of the area.
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A visit to Bruges is not complete without a boat trip on one of its famous canals, a different way of enjoying its cobbled streets and medieval buildings.
Known as the “Venice of the East”, its channels feed the Chao Phraya River. The best way to discover the vibrant culture and history of the Thai city is on board a ship.
The capital of Sweden consists of more than 14 islands and 50 bridges. The most active channel is called Djurgardsbrunnskanalen, a path of unpronounceable name made practically for tourists, since it is the best way to access the Vasa Museum.
This German town is called “the city of the bridges” since it has more than 2,500, a much higher amount than other cities such as London, Amsterdam or Venice. Many tourists come only to float on these famous structures.
Oudegracht is a curved canal that runs through the center of the city. On the water’s edge, it is possible to find several cafes and restaurants that promote leisure around the famous canal.
Birmingham’s extensive canal system was built during the industrial revolution that the city experienced. However, nowadays it is used only for tourist purposes.
In the deepest area of southern India, we find this coastal city, known for its network of backwaters. It includes five large lakes that are connected by channels, very attractive for tourism. It is possible to tour them aboard a cruise ship or visiting the floating houses that rise around them.