The main and the most famous square of Venice is always bustling with life.
One of the four bridges that cross the Grand Canal of Venice, built for the first time in 1181 (which makes it the oldest one of the four).
One of the most iconic landmarks in Venice, this 12th-century basilica is also called "The Church of Gold" for its magnificent decorations…
This Gothic-style building in the heart of Venice, is definitely a must-see.
This bell tower, located at the Piazza San Marco, is one of the iconic symbols of Venice.
A great place where to head to when you want to shop for some vegetables, fruits or fish.
There are several “Bridges of Sighs” all over the world. The one in Venice is, however, the original one after which the other ones (e.g. in…
Venice promenade that starts by the Doge’s Palace and ends by the Arsenal.
The roots of the existence of the Clock Tower on St. Mark’s Square go back to the 15th century.
This Venetian church is a unique sight. Built in the 15th century, it has two facades on the opposite sides of the building, each in a…
One of the iconic places of Venice (often nicknamed as La Salute) was built shortly after Venice was struck by plague.
The Gothic parish church, also known as San Zanipolo, was built in the 15th century.
The marble Renaissance church, which was finished in 1489, is off the beaten track as far as the major Venetian sights are concerned.
This absolutely splendid Basilica is a must-see when in Venice. It's one of the oldest and largest churches in the city and contains…
If you are looking for a nice place to have some rest during the hectic day of sightseeing, look no further.
The promenade is a great place where to get some rest from the busy life of Venice.
This museum contains the biggest collection of 14th to 18th-century art native to this city in the world.
This 3-floors-high palace is a beautiful example of Baroque architecture, with interiors decorated by great Venetian painters.
This legendary church is shrouded with many mysteries, for example on why the church was built in this exact spot.
Modest in exterior, but interesting on the inside, this church, located in the San Polo district, may be one of the oldest churches in…
Seated in a magnificent building, this museum houses a prestigious collection of art and also covers the history of Venice.