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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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Piazza San Marco MAP
The free-standing Campanile of St. Mark’s Basilica stands prominently in the Piazza San Marco in Venice. At 323 feet tall, the bell tower is simply designed and is topped with a pyramid spire with a golden weathervane of archangel Gabriel. The bell tower...MORE INFO
Campo S. - Rocco MAP
Established in 1478, the Scuola Grande di San Rocco in Venice houses one of the most well-known paintings by artist Tintoretto. Wealthy Venetians commissioned the building for meetings and to showcase the arts. Paintings in the Sala Terrena and Sala...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
Ponte dei Sospiri MAP
The famous Bridge of Sighs in Venice connects the Doge’s Palace with the old prison. It therefore is the last thing that the prisoners would see before being incarcerated, with the bridge allegedly receiving its named from the supposed sighs heard from...MORE INFO
Calle di Ca'd'Oro MAP
The marble façade of the Ca' Pesaro palace in Venice glimmers in the light and reflects off of the waters of the Grand Canal. This beautiful 17th century Baroque palace now houses the Modern Art museum of Venice, featuring artists such as Chagall, Matisse,...MORE INFO
Campo S. - Giacomo dall'Orio MAP
The Campo San Giacomo dell'Orio square in Venice is home to lush trees and benches for weary Venetians looking for a place to stop and relax. The square has a very open plan that is surrounded by eateries and homes. At night, music from the cafes makes...MORE INFO
Campo Santi Giovanni e Paolo MAP
The Church of Santi Giovanni e Paolo is one of the biggest churches in Venice and holds the title of one of the city’s minor basilicas. The church was once the home of funeral processions for all of Venice’s doges, with 25 doges buried in the church....MORE INFO
Campo S. Zaccaria MAP
The Church of Saint Zachary in Venice features a strong Lombard style façade that was constructed between 1480 and 1500 by Codussi. The interior of the church is enormous, with a huge Renaissance nave that is covered with paintings, including some by...MORE INFO
Piazza San Marco MAP
The Basilica di San Marco in Venice is the church of the Roman Catholic Archdiocese in the city, making it the most famous church in Venice. The basilica is located on the Piazza San Marco and is connected to the Doge’s Palace. The impressive façade...MORE INFO
Piazza San Marco MAP
The main square of Venice, Piazza San Marco, is a pedestrian only square in the historic heart of the city. The eastern edge of the piazza is dominated by the Basilica di San Marco, with the other sides of the square being occupied by the former homes...MORE INFO

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