Eva Polna went to the next trip

Ева Польна отправилась в очередное путешествие
Popular singer rests in Venice.

Eva Polna in Venice

Recently Eva Polna returned from Croatia: less than two
weeks, and she already went to a new voyage. This time the singer is resting
in Venice.

“With a fresh haircut can boldly conquer space and time — boasted
Eva. — Who is where, and I on a magical journey. Viva Venezia! Your dreams come true!
Enjoy the beauty of the amazing city! Went a whole day at the maze
narrow streets, small emerging from nowhere, bridges. A Grand Church and
art galleries… Trampled feet, but it’s impossible to stop! On
photo at right is one of the few remaining shipyards, where since “deep
the old” do the gondola”.

The capricious weather this spring has descended and smiled )) well, how not to ride on a boat with the wind on the Grand canal !! From the water to the city look very different eyes. And at times reminded me of the native St.-Petersburg which is called Venice of the North. Many in this world of incredible beauty of the cities, but Peter is a part of my heart??#Venice##Itsukushima#Velikaya#clubusacasino#sveterkom

A video posted by EVA POLNA (@polnaeva_official) on May 17, 2016 at 1:25am PDT

Naturally, to visit Venice and not ride
the gondola would be ridiculous: especially as the weather eve favors.

“Capricious weather this spring has descended and smiled, —
tells Polna. — Well, how not to ride on a boat with the wind on Grand
channel?! From the water to the city look very different eyes. And I sometimes
I remember the native of St.-Petersburg which is called Venice of the North.
Many in this world of incredible beauty of the cities, but Peter is part of my
heart!”.

By the way, Italy for Eva seems to do one of my favorite
countries, because the singer was there just six months ago.

“It’s nice to escape to
a few days in the heat, — shared Polna. — I do not get tired to confess his love to
Italy. This is a wonderful edge! Sending you the energy of the sea, a gentle breeze,
the serene mood. At least for a few minutes to dream and to turn away from
winter weekdays labor!”