Marco Polo grew up in Venice, Italy.
Marco Polo was 17 when he left Venice, Italy with his father and uncle to the court of Kublai Kan for trade. His father was a merchant who was trading with China. Marco ended up staying in China for 25 years before he returned to Italy.
Marco Polo was not an inventor, but an explorer and tradesman. He left for China at the age of 17 with his father and uncle from Venice, Italy. His father was a merchant who took the silk road to China. Marco ended up staying in Asia for 25 years before returning to Italy.
You can find Venice hostels in Italy from the Hostel Bookers website. Once on the page, click on "Hostels" in the top navigation menu, then select "Italy" as the country and "Venice" as the city to bring up the hostel listings.
If you mean Venice in Italy, then while there are no scheduled services from Dublin to Venice it is possible to go there by boat. You would travel down past France, Spain and Portugal, through the Straits of Gibraltar into the Mediterranean Sea and then up the Adriatic Sea along the coast of Italy to Venice.
Explorer and writer
It is on the Eastern Coast of the Adriatic Sea, about two thirds of the way up the boot.
Marco Polo was raised in the city-state of Venice, in the year 1254. His mother died when he was young so he had to live with his aunt until his father came back. His father returned when Marco was 15.
In Florence, Italy.
No, Italy was split up into city states such as Florence and Venice. Each one being very independent.
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