The marble Renaissance church, which was finished in 1489, is off the beaten track as far as the major Venetian sights are concerned.
This astonishing 15th-century palace will most surely catch your eye the second you see it.
The brick facade, the rose window in the middle and the ornate porch of this 14th-century church are really remarkable.
The world's oldest casino is seated in a spectacular palace. You can choose from many games here, including poker, roulette and blackjack.
An ideal place to visit for all bookworms. This small, charming bookshop, just a stone's throw from Rialto Bridge, offers plenty of books in…
This nice little park close to the Venetian lagoon is a favorite place for the locals. Come here to rest under the trees.
This 7th-century church which has undergone many changes throughout its history is one of the oldest ones in Venice.
This 11th-century church is known for its interior works of art but it is especially known as a pilgrimage point since it is the grave of…
If you are looking for a restaurant which is not overcrowded with tourists, this is the right choice. The food is simple yet tasty here.
This 15th-century church might not catch your attention right away due to its plain facade but its interior makes up for it.
This museum introduces its visitors to many aspects of the life within the Jewish community living in Venice.
Sant'Alvise is a church in the sestiere of Cannaregio in Venice, northern Italy.
Santa Fosca is a church in the sestiere of Cannaregio of Venezia, Italy. Adjacent to the Strada Nova, it faces the campo of Santa Fosca.
St. Mary Magdalene's Church may refer to:
San Felice is a church in Venice, northern Italy, located in the sestiere of Cannaregio.
This cinema regularly screens animated movies for the youngest. Various premieres as well as many conferences take place here, too.