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Places of Interest
It might sound like zany travel advice, but losing yourself in Venice’s labyrinth of canals and alleyways is the best way to escape the hordes and find the city’s hidden treasures. You’ll never be too far away from a major landmark and reference point, and you can’t stray too far anyway because you’re on an island. So put the map away, pick a direction, and walk—it’s probably the thing you’ll talk about most when you get back.
View Venice from Above
Take the lift to the top of Venice’s tallest building, the campanile (bell tower) on St Mark’s square. Just barely shy of 100 metres, the viewing platform has an unbeatable panorama of red roofs, winding canals, and the surrounding lagoon. The tower was built in the 16th century, and then rebuilt brick-for-brick in the early 20th century after it collapsed, mercifully causing little damage to the square. In an effort to avoid a repeat of history, today’s tower is still undergoing sporadic restoration work, so sometimes access to the top is limited.
Cruise the Grand Canal
Some of Venice’s most lavish façades can be found along the main waterway, which is nearly always full of boats carrying people in and out of the city. Vaporettos—water buses—run up and down the canal, providing the nearest equivalent to a city bus tour to introduce you to your surrounds. Keep an eye out for the resplendent Ca’ d’Oro (Gold House), the supposedly cursed Ca’ Dario, and the Palazzo Pisani, which James Bond dramatically helped destroy during the finale of the film Casino Royale.
Relax on a Lido Beach
To experience an altogether different side of the city, jump on a waterboat and cross the lagoon to the island of Lido, Venice’s primary beach spot. Around a dozen kilometres of sandy shores draw the tanning crowds in the summer, especially on the side facing the impossibly blue Adriatic Sea. The most popular option for visitors is to hire a beach hut, which offer great places to shelter but tend to be booked up early.
Top Venice attractions
St Mark’s Square
Everyone who’s been to this magnificent 9th century piazza—from Napoleon to today’s tourists—has been blown away by its jaw-dropping architecture and carnival atmosphere. Ornate arcades enclose the square on three sides, while St Mark’s basilica dominates the eastern edge. The square backs onto the Venetian lagoon, where transport boats pick passengers up and drop them off under the gaze of the city’s patrons, St Mark and St Theodore. During the day the square is a circus of day-trippers, pigeons and salesmen, so it is best to admire early in the morning or late at night.
St Mark’s Basilica
A throwback to Venice’s Byzantine era, this majestic church is one of the world’s finest. The basilica incorporates a mesh of architectural styles and forms, laid out in a Greek cross but with onion-shaped domes and a Gothic facade. The interior is covered almost in its entirety in elaborate gold and bronze mosaics, while the majestic high altar contains St Mark’s relics. The main area of the church is free to enter, but there are three paid museums—Treasury, Pala d’Oro and Museo de San Marco—that are worth a visit for the vast array of treasures looted during the Crusades.
Palazzo Ducale (Doge’s Palace)
The political nerve-centre of Venice for centuries, this palace is now an unmissable stop on any itinerary. The inside is full of grand staircases and important-looking halls, where Venetian art history is laid out in a masterful collection of canvas paintings and sculptures. Tours of the palace also visit the criminal court and adjoining prison, crossing the famous Bridge of Sighs, where the condemned were said to take their last look at the sun before heading to the dungeon.
Originally an art school, this gallery museum now contains a remarkable collection of Venetian art dating from the 14th to the 19th century. Standing head and shoulders above the list of household names is Leonardo da Vinci, and his sketches of the Vitruvian Man.
Boat tours are available that will take you out to Murano Island, where you can watch a glass-blowing demonstration at one of the island's many studios.
After visiting Murano Island, continue on to Burano Island; there, you'll be able to see some of Italy's finest handmade lace.
Foodies will find a stroll through the Rialto Market to be a very cultural experience, as you will see how the locals source their own food.
If you want to spend some time away from the crowds, have a vaporetto take you to Torcello Island, where the bulk of the island is actually a nature preserve.
Take the elevator to the top of the Campanile, one of the most recognizable symbols of the city. There, you can have a bird's-eye view of the domes on St. Mark's Basilica as well as the piazza.
The Doge's Palace, located next to St. Mark's Basilica, is one of Venice's most popular attractions. Make sure to take a walk across the Bridge of Sighs while you're there.
Collezione Peggy Guggenheim
Considered to be one of the most impressive art collections in the world, the Collezione Peggy Guggenheim was assembled by American Peggy Guggenheim.
Squero di San Trovaso
This boatyard, which originated in the 17th century, is the perfect photo opportunity and also allows you to see gondoliers behind the scenes.
Carnevale is one of the most important annual events in Venice. The party goes on for 10 days prior to Lent.
Osteria Oliva Nera
Although you really can't go wrong with any restaurant in Venice, Osteria Oliv Nera gives a modern twist to Venetian classics.
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Featured Venice Hotels
Venice hotel offers all the charm of a large hotel in a small packageThe Bella Venezia Hotel Venice is in a 16th-century Venice palace that was beautifully restored and renovated in 2006. The hotel... More
Annex Room with great experience!
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Needs a bit of moderisation
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Hotel Nazionale is situated just 100 meters from the Santa Lucia railway station and only a few minutes' walk from Piazzale Roma. The hotel plays host to 92 guest rooms, all equipped with every... More
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Appreciated the personal attention
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the people not the place
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Comfortable but distance to the centre is a drawback
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Great Get Away
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Stunning hotel situated on the route of the world famous gondolas The Colombina Hotel is in a superb location in the heart of Venice, very close to St Mark's Square and views of the Bridge of Sighs... More
Romantic Little Place
A few minutes walk from St. Mark's Square, the hotel is furnished after the Venitian style of the XVIII century and provided with all modern conveniences, it has also a reading, writing and bar... More
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Below our expectations
The Best Western 3 star Hotel Olimpia is a convenient starting point for discovering Venice, thanks to its truly strategic position and priceless tips from hotel's staff.The front desk, open 24... More
Super helpful and friendly staff.
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I would recommend!
Newly conceived Hotel Delfino 4 stars in Mestre is strategically located to allow you to comfortably reach the historical city center of Venice in just 10 minutes via the frequent transport... More
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Enjoyed my stay
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Ai Reali Hotel is the newest luxury destination in the heart of Venice. Its strategic location, just a short walk from the Rialto Bridge and Piazza San Marco, making it perfect for a short stay or... More
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