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Attractions in Venice

There are plenty of sites to see and places to visit on your vacation in Venice. Below you’ll find information on the most interesting tourist attractions and must-see destinations in Venice and the surrounding area.

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San Polo, 2794 MAP
Palazzo Venier dei Leoni, Dorsoduro, 701 MAP
One of the museums of the Guggenheim Foundation, the Peggy Guggenheim Collection on the banks of the Grand Canal in Venice is home to an important collection of modern European and American art, as well as Italian futurists. The museum showcases the...MORE INFO
This sporting event is a regional boat racing competition that takes place in one of the participating cities each year on a rotating basis. ...MORE INFO
The Feast of Saint Mark honors the city’s patron saint with ceremonies and celebrations. Men traditionally give their girlfriends and wives red rosebuds on this day. ...MORE INFO
In the Republic of Venice, the Marriage of the Sea (celebrated on the Feast of the Sensa, ie Ascension) was a ceremony symbolizing the maritime dominion of Venice. The ceremony was established around the year 1000 to commemorate the conquest of Dalmatia...MORE INFO
World renowned for its history, architecture and beauty, the city of Venice in northern Italy remains a popular destination for visitors looking for a true taste of ancient Italy. Often cited as one of the most romantic cities in Europe, Venice’s history...MORE INFO
Campo S. - Vidal MAP
Located on the banks of the Grand Canal, the Cavalli-Franchetti Palace in Venice was built in 1565 and modernized in the 19th century. After the Napoleonic wars when Austria was granted the territory of Venice, changes were made to the façade to give...MORE INFO
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Once the only bridge spanning the Grand Canal, the Rialto Bridge is now one of four that cross the waters. The bridge was originally constructed so that citizens could easily get to the Rialto market on the eastern bank of the canal. The bridge was rebuilt...MORE INFO

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