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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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Campo Bandiera e Moro MAP
Founded in the 8th century, the ancient Church of San Giovanni in Bragora holds the relics of St. John the Baptist, of whom the church is named. ...MORE INFO
San Polo, 2794 MAP
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. - 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
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
Campo di S. Sebastiano MAP
Dedicated to Saint Sebastian, one of the chief patrons against the plague epidemic, the Church of San Sebastiano in Venice features statues of the saint on its plain façade. Inside, painting by Italian artist Paolo Veronese decorate the ceilings, altar...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
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
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

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