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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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Piazzetta S. - Marco MAP
Once the residence of the Doge of Venice, the Doge’s Palace still stands as an important landmark in the northern Italian city. The gothic exterior of the palace gives way to the lavish interior, complete with paintings by Tintoretto and Veronese. The...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
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
Canal Grande MAP
The major waterway in Venice, the Grand Canal, is lined with many of the beautiful historical buildings of the city. Water buses, water taxis and gondolas move through the Grand Canal, which snakes through Venice. Riding along the Grand Canal, visitors...MORE INFO
Calle Foscari MAP
The Ca' Foscari building in Venice is one of the university’s main buildings. Built in the 15th century, this building features a Gothic façade that should be viewed from the canal, as the front of the building is blocked off by a large protective wall....MORE INFO
Riva C'a di Dio MAP
Closed to the public, Venice’s Arsenale was once the prime naval quarters during the Crusades and still stands as an important military headquarters. The Arsenale faces the Arsenale Canal towards the water, and open up onto a square on land where a giant...MORE INFO
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The Festival of Health is probably the least "touristy" and evokes strong religious feelings of the people. The holiday is like that of the Redeemer, recalls another terrible plague, that of the 1630-31 biennium, and the subsequent vow by the Doge to...MORE INFO
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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
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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
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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

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