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Venice

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. Read more

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Venice, spread over 118 small islands in the Venetian Lagoon, is one of the most beautiful and romantic cities in the world. The city is famous for its canals, gondolas, historical monuments and rich culture. The main square, Piazza San Marco, is the center of the city and home to several important buildings such as St. Mark's Basilica, the Doge's Palace and the Campanile. Venice is also home to countless artistic and architectural gems that include magnificent palaces, churches and galleries. The city is also famous for its traditional glass workshops on the island of Murano and the colourful houses on the island of Burano. Walking through the narrow streets and over the picturesque bridges, you will discover the unique charm and atmosphere of this unique city.

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What to do in Venice

Piazza San Marco

Venice's main square with St Mark's Basilica, the Doge's Palace and the Campanile, the heart of the city and its most important monuments.

St. Mark's Basilica (Basilica di San Marco)

A majestic temple with magnificent mosaics, golden ceilings and a rich history, it is considered a symbol of Venetian wealth and power.

The Doge's Palace (Palazzo Ducale)

An imposing Gothic palace that served as the seat of the Venetian Doges and the centre of political power; today a museum with a rich collection of art and historical exhibits.

Campanile di San Marco

A 98.6m high bell tower that offers panoramic views of Venice and its surroundings. The original 12th century tower collapsed in 1902 and was rebuilt in 1912.

Rialto Bridge (Ponte di Rialto)

The oldest and most famous bridge over the Grand Canal, completed in 1591 and one of Venice's most iconic attractions.

Gallerie dell'Accademia

A museum with one of the most important collections of Venetian art, which includes works by famous artists such as Bellini, Giorgione, Titian, Tintoretto and Veronese.

Peggy Guggenheim Collection

A private collection of modern art at Palazzo Venier dei Leoni that includes works by artists such as Picasso, Kandinsky, Dali, Magritte and Pollock.

Murano

An island in the Venetian lagoon, famous for its glass workshops and traditional Venetian glass production. Visitors can visit the glassworks, the glass museum and see the various products.

Burano

A picturesque island with colourful houses and narrow canals, famous for lace production and traditional Venetian fishing culture.

Ca' Rezzonico

A 17th-century palace that now serves as a museum of Venetian life and culture in the 18th century, with magnificent frescoes, furniture and works of art.

What else to visit
In and around Venice

Chioggia (24.9 km)

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

Treviso (25.39 km)

Whispering tales of medieval romance and Venetian charm, Treviso graces Northern Italy with its canals, frescoed buildings, and serene piazzas. A less-trodden Veneto gem, it offers an authentic Italian experience away from tourist throngs.

Soave Castle (34.45 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 (34.45 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.

Petrarca' s House (50.47 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.

Portogruaro (55.45 km)

Portogruaro, often dubbed the "Venetian gem on the mainland," is an elegant town adorned with Gothic palaces, meandering canals, and age-old mills, offering a quaint Venetian charm away from the bustling lagoon city.

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