Often dubbed the "Little Venice," Chioggia is a charming fishing port where canals, bridges, and vibrant facades converge. Nestled at the southern end of the Venetian Lagoon, this lesser-known gem boasts an authenticity and serenity that captiva Read more

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Chioggia, with its historic center situated on a small island, is a maze of narrow streets, picturesque canals, and age-old buildings. As one of the oldest settlements in the Veneto region, its roots trace back to Roman times. Over the centuries, Chioggia has maintained its strong maritime and fishing traditions, evident in its bustling fish market and seafood-rich cuisine. The city offers a more laid-back and genuine experience compared to its famous neighbor, Venice, allowing visitors to immerse themselves in local life and traditions. From its Gothic churches to its vibrant fish market, Chioggia is a delightful blend of history, culture, and maritime charm.
While Venice often overshadows its southern sibling, Chioggia offers a refreshing alternative for those seeking an intimate, genuine Venetian experience. From its historic landmarks to its vibrant maritime life, Chioggia is a treasure trove waiting to be explored.

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Cathedral of Santa Maria Assunta

A splendid example of Italian Gothic architecture, this cathedral houses impressive artworks and offers panoramic views from its bell tower.

Piazza Vigo

The main square of Chioggia, adorned with the Vigo Column, serves as a lively hub for events, markets, and local gatherings.

Corso del Popolo

Chioggia's main thoroughfare, lined with historic buildings, shops, and eateries, is perfect for a leisurely stroll and people-watching.

Fish Market of Chioggia

Dive into the city's maritime heritage at this bustling market, where fresh catches from the Adriatic are on vibrant display.

Church of San Domenico

Set on its own island, this historic church boasts a rich artistic heritage, including masterpieces by renowned Venetian painters.

Palazzo Grassi

A splendid example of Venetian Gothic architecture, this palace frequently hosts art exhibitions and cultural events.

Museum of the Lagoon

Explore the history and ecology of the Venetian Lagoon through interactive displays and exhibits.

Ponte di Vigo

One of Chioggia's iconic drawbridges, offering picturesque views of the canals and the city's maritime hustle.

Beach of Sottomarina

Just a stone's throw from Chioggia, this sandy stretch offers a serene retreat with its azure waters and scenic views.

Canal Vena

The main waterway of Chioggia, lined with colorful buildings and bobbing boats, captures the essence of the city's charm.

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In and around Chioggia

Venice (24.9 km)

Venice, a city on the water, is a magical labyrinth of canals, bridges and squares. Admire the fascinating architecture, magnificent palaces and artistic gems that make up a city full of romance, mystery and a unique atmosphere.

Soave Castle (38.02 km)

Perched atop a hill and overlooking the town of Soave, the Soave Castle is an emblematic beacon of medieval Italian architecture. This fortress, with its crenellated walls and panoramic views, transports visitors to an era of knights and legends.

Padua (38.02 km)

Padua, one of the oldest cities in northern Italy, is an oasis of peace and culture, where historic monuments and green parks form a harmonious contrast to the lively student life.

Castello di Monselice (41.58 km)

Pomposa Abbey (42.12 km)

Echoing with ancient chants and tales of monastic life, Pomposa Abbey stands as a sentinel of Italy's spiritual and artistic heritage. This serene complex, nestled in the Po Delta, is a testimony to medieval brilliance and devotion.

Petrarca' s House (44.67 km)

Tucked away in the picturesque town of Arquà Petrarca, the house of Francesco Petrarca — one of Italy's most revered poets and scholars — stands as a testament to the life and times of this literary luminary.

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