L’Autentica venezia
Via Garibaldi

It is the only "via" of the city. (In Venice, streets are usually called “calle”, while in the rest of Italy they are generally called “via”.)

Initially built as a canal, it was Napoleon Bonaparte’s action to make it the street that can be admired today. The emperor’s intention was to provide the city with more places of public transit, thus creating a street with a Parisian allure.