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.
Torcello island was inhabited long before Venice itself was established.
Venezia Mestre railway station is a junction station in the comune of Venice, Italy.
This building will surely catch your eye with its unusual shape. The 19th-century tower with cylindrical plan used to be a defense one.
Walking down this promenade that stretches alongside one of the canals will give you an excellent opportunity to see the lively colored…
Apart from glass, there is another iconic Venetian souvenir - the lace.
This long promenade stretches along one of the canals on the Burano Island.
The Cathedral of Santa Maria Assunta is the name of several churches consecrated to Santa Maria Assunta. It may refer to:
Villa Foscari is a patrician villa in Mira, near Venice, northern Italy, designed by the Italian architect Andrea Palladio.
The Venetian Lagoon is an enclosed bay of the Adriatic Sea, in northern Italy, in which the city of Venice is situated.
Pellestrina is an island in northern Italy, forming a barrier between the southern Venetian Lagoon and the Adriatic Sea, lying south west…
One of the oldest golf courses in Italy hosts many important tournaments throughout the year. It is set in a beautiful surroundings.
Ponte della Libertà is a road bridge connecting the historical center of the city of Venice, that is a group of islands, to the mainland.