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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 della Carità 1050 MAP
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Corte San Giovanni di Malta, 3259a MAP
One of Venice’s historical corporation houses, the Scuola di San Giorgio degli Schiavoni was built in 1451. The school of the Dalmations has statues of the original brotherhood members, as well as artwork that depicts the statues and rules of the school....MORE INFO
Piazza San Marco MAP
S. Cannaregio MAP
During the rule of the Venetian Republic, the Jews were forced to live in the Venetian Ghetto. The term ghetto referenced the slag foundry on the same island as the Jewish confines. Five synagogues were located on the island, and the Ghetto still remains...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
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
Cannaregio, 2902/b MAP
The Jewish Museum of Venice is situated in the Campo of the Ghetto Novo, between the two most ancient Venetian synagogues. It is a little but very rich museum founded in 1953 by the Jewish Community of Venice. The precious objects shown to public, important...MORE INFO
An enclosed bay containing Venice’s islands, the Venetian Lagoon stretches from the Brenta to the River Sile. The islands were once considered marshes, but drainage has made them habitable. The saltwater lagoon serves as the beachfront for the islands,...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 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

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