Two Days in Venice

The city of Venice is really small and it's possible to see its greatest sights in one day. Our tour not only covers the must-sees of Venice but allows you to wander and explore this magnificent city. Head to the St. Mark's Basilica and the Doge's Palace in the afternoon or early morning to avoid crowds. Check out our recommended itinerary, add a thing or two and remember that Venice itself is the top attraction!
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Day 1: Two Days in Venice

Basilica of Santa Maria della Salute

One of the iconic places of Venice (often nicknamed as La Salute) was built shortly after Venice was struck by plague.

Bridge of the Academy

This wooden bridge belongs to the four Venetian bridges to span the Grand Canal, offering what is supposedly the greatest view in the city,…

Church of Santa Maria del Giglio

This ancient church founded in the 9th century is mostly renowned for its beautiful 17th-century Baroque facade and splendid interior…

Royal Gardens of Venice

If you are looking for a nice place to have some rest during the hectic day of sightseeing, look no further.

St. Mark's Square

The main and the most famous square of Venice is always bustling with life.

Saint Mark's Campanile

This bell tower, located at the Piazza San Marco, is one of the iconic symbols of Venice.

St Mark's Clocktower

The roots of the existence of the Clock Tower on St. Mark’s Square go back to the 15th century.

St Mark's Basilica

One of the most iconic landmarks in Venice, this 12th-century basilica is also called "The Church of Gold" for its magnificent decorations…

Doge's Palace

This Gothic-style building in the heart of Venice, is definitely a must-see.

Bridge of Sighs

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…

Riva degli Schiavoni

Venice promenade that starts by the Doge’s Palace and ends by the Arsenal.

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Day 2: Two Days in Venice

Murano Island

The island (in fact several islands located close together and connected by bridges) is best known as a place where Venetian glass is made.

Church of St Maria dei Miracoli

The marble Renaissance church, which was finished in 1489, is off the beaten track as far as the major Venetian sights are concerned.

Basilica of Saints John and Paul

The Gothic parish church, also known as San Zanipolo, was built in the 15th century.

Grimani Palace

Although it might not catch your attention when you see it from the outside, this museum contains many interesting paintings and it's…

Church of St Maria Formosa

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…

Church of Saint Salvador

This legendary church is shrouded with many mysteries, for example on why the church was built in this exact spot.

Rialto Bridge

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).

Rialto Market

A great place where to head to when you want to shop for some vegetables, fruits or fish.

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