The main and most famous square of Venice is always bustling with life. It offers great views of the surrounding landmarks.
Crossing the Grand Canal, this pedestrian bridge is one of Venice's gems. White marble and archs make it just marvellous.
This striking Gothic palace is one of the most visited attractions of Venice. Don't miss out on The Doge's Apartments and other rooms!
An absolute must see of Venice. This church is a mix of Italian and Byzantine styles and its gilded interior is just incredible.
Witness the preparation of various Venetian specialties. Try out the freshest, tasty seafood, as well as vegetables and fruits.
The name says it all - the main canal in Venice and the most important traffic link. Get on the vaporetto and admire its monumentality.
One of the landmarks of Venice was originally built as a lighthouse. Worth visiting for the great views it offers.
A 15th-century church with two different facades - Renaissance and Baroque. There is a famous panel painting by Palma Vecchio inside.
Lord Byron gave the name to this bridge, as it was the last place to see the beauty of Venice for many prisoners.
An early Renaissance structure on the Piazza San Marco built in 1496. The clock mechanism still keeps perfect time. A favourite meeting point.
One of the oldest and largest churches of Venice is known for its tall bell tower and works by Italian artists on the walls and the ceiling.
Walk down this busy seaside promenade, marvel at its buildings and observe boats on Canale della Giudecca.
Take a walk on this promenade along the seaside, admire the buildings' facades and have a cup of coffee in a local café.
If you are looking for traditional Venetian souvenirs, come to this group of islands and buy hand-made glass items and lamps there.
A 17th-century church in Baroque style, built after Venice was struck by plague. It has an octagonal shape with eight chapels inside.
This church has several notable features, including 25 graves of Venetian doges and splendid decorations on the walls and the ceiling.
Visit this small island and admire the colourful facades of its houses. The place is also famous for its traditional lacework.
The facade made of colourful marble is one of the most noteworthy features of this church, built in Venetian Renaissance style.
One of the oldest churches in the city with a modest exterior and a very charming, richly decorated interior.
Explore the rooms and halls of this marble palace and marvel at its luxurious furnishings and a great collection of art.
This museum is a fascinating wonderland. The pre-19th century art of Carpaccio, Titian and da Vinci is just ravishing.