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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 SS Giovanni e Paolo MAP
Venetian warlord Bartolomeo Colleoni was known for his military prowess leading troops to war in northern Italy. Colleoni was imprisoned in Monza, where he died. The leader was known for his generosity and charitable works, a far cry from the activities...MORE INFO
Canal Grande MAP
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The Church of the Barefoot Carmelite Sisters in Venice features a Baroque façade was Carerra marble and beautiful statues. Sitting right on the Grand Canal, the church was designed by Baldassare Longhena and showcases frescoes by Tiepolo. The church...MORE INFO
Campo S. Alvise MAP
Dedicated to Saint Ludovico da Tolosa, the Church of Sant’Alvise in Venice was constructed in 1383 in the Gothic style, shaped similarly to many basilicas in the city. The suspended choir in this church draws in visitors who marvel at the architectural...MORE INFO
Campo S. Maria Nova MAP
Often referred to as the “marble church,” the Church of Santa Maria dei Miracoli in Venice is reminiscent of the churches found in Tuscany. Constructed in the 15th century by architect Pietro Lombardo, the church is shining example of early Renaissance...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
Campo della Salute MAP
Originally constructed as a religious preventive force against the plague epidemic, the Basilica of the Salute in Venice sits at the mouth of the Grand Canal. The church remains one of the most notable landmarks in Venice because of its location, purpose...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 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
Campo S. Francesco della Vigna MAP
At the time the Franciscan monks founded this church in the 13th century, the area was covered with vines, creating the name Church of Saint Francis of the Vine. Architect Sansovino designed this church, which resembles a temple and contains a bell tower...MORE INFO

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