Of all cities in the world, Venice is commonly listed as among the most beautiful and unique. Both are fitting descriptions.
One of the primary charms is that the vast majority of thoroughfares in Venice are alleys. This makes the city imminently walkable, and the virtue of being entirely surrounded by water means you can only get so lost before you encounter the sea. (You can get very, very lost, but there's ultimately going to be a line of water you cannot cross.)
But the magic of Venice is readily found down just about any interesting corridor you chose to take.
To finish our weeklong exploration of alleys we visit Venice, the grandest Alley lady of them all.