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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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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
Isola San Lazzaro degli Armeni MAP
The small island of San Lazzaro degli Armeni in the Venetian Lagoon was once used as a leper colony in the 12th century, named after the patron saint of lepers, St. Lazarus. After being abandoned, the island was given to Armenian monks who developed...MORE INFO
Lido di venezia MAP
The sandbar Lido di Venezia in Venice is home to cultural events and tourist attractions. Sandy beaches on the strip of land attract visitors who stay at the luxury hotels located here. A golf course, bars, restaurants and shops also draw in tourists...MORE INFO
Campo S. - Margherita MAP
Now the school of piety and charity, the Great School of Carmini in Venice was founded in 1594 and originally used as a monastery and church. The Baroque façade gives way to an elegant interior featuring works of art by Tiepolo, Menescardi and others....MORE INFO
Zattere MAP
The Zattere is a quay in Venice that features some interesting buildings. While waiting for a boat to zip around the canals, visitors can marvel at the old salt warehouses, the Church of the Holy Spirit and an old hospital that was known to treat the...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
Redentore MAP
Seeking divine intervention to fend off the plague epidemic in the 16th century, the Senate vowed to build a church dedicated to the Redeemer. The Church of the Redeemer was quickly built in Venice in 1577 for this purpose. Using humble materials such...MORE INFO
Campo Madonna dell'Orto MAP
The Church of Our Lady of the Garden in Venice is often referred to as the “church of Tintoretto,” since the artist lived near the church and was buried there after his death. A main draw for visitors is the collection of Tintoretto’s paintings inside...MORE INFO
Campo S. Giacomo dall'Orio MAP
Located on the square with the same name, the Church of San Giacomo dell'Orio in Venice was founded in the 9th century. The church has undergone multiple renovations throughout its history, most notably the inclusion of two columns from the Fourth Crusade...MORE INFO
Campo dei Gesuiti MAP
Once expelled from the city due to moral turpitude, the Jesuits were never a favored group in the Venice Republic. Today, the Jesuit Church in Venice stands as a monument to the group’s beliefs. The Baroque façade features statues of apostles. Inside,...MORE INFO

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