Starting off, we have the city’s tourist capital: Piazza San Marco. The square brings together Venice’s most resplendent sights, such as the Basilica di San Marco, the Palazzo Ducale, and the Venetian Lagoon. Pigeons flutter among the crowds; cafés set up chairs outside for patrons—it truly is the epitome of picture-perfect.
Come first thing in the morning to catch the sunrise and beat crowds to Piazza San Marco’s attractions. Even in fog or high waters, the square makes for a captivating subject for any photo; there’s an abundance of people, architecture, and opportunities for every sort of photographer.
My friends and I were totally amazed by Ipil Island with its crystal-clear waters and white sand beaches. Several travel agencies are including this tropical paradise in their island tours as this is one of the best spots to visit when you are in El Nido. You can book your tour here for as low as PHP5000 (about USD102) inclusive of boat transfers and meals.