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Attractions in Venice

There are plenty of sites to see and places to visit on your vacation in Venice. Below you’ll find information on the most interesting tourist attractions and must-see destinations in Venice and the surrounding area.

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Campo S. Maria Nova MAP
Often referred to as the “marble church,” the Church of Santa Maria dei Miracoli in Venice is reminiscent of the churches found in Tuscany. Constructed in the 15th century by architect Pietro Lombardo, the church is shining example of early Renaissance...MORE INFO
Campo Santi Giovanni e Paolo MAP
The Church of Santi Giovanni e Paolo is one of the biggest churches in Venice and holds the title of one of the city’s minor basilicas. The church was once the home of funeral processions for all of Venice’s doges, with 25 doges buried in the church....MORE INFO
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The Feast of the Redeemer is an event held in Venice in July where the fireworks play an important role. On Saturday, the eve of the festival, fireworks are let off. Preparations begin early in the morning When people begin to Their decorated boats,...MORE INFO
Campo di S. Sebastiano MAP
Dedicated to Saint Sebastian, one of the chief patrons against the plague epidemic, the Church of San Sebastiano in Venice features statues of the saint on its plain façade. Inside, painting by Italian artist Paolo Veronese decorate the ceilings, altar...MORE INFO
Riva S. Biasio Castello 2148 MAP
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The Festival of Health is probably the least "touristy" and evokes strong religious feelings of the people. The holiday is like that of the Redeemer, recalls another terrible plague, that of the 1630-31 biennium, and the subsequent vow by the Doge to...MORE INFO
Piazzetta S. - Marco MAP
Once the residence of the Doge of Venice, the Doge’s Palace still stands as an important landmark in the northern Italian city. The gothic exterior of the palace gives way to the lavish interior, complete with paintings by Tintoretto and Veronese. The...MORE INFO
Piazza San Marco MAP
The Basilica di San Marco in Venice is the church of the Roman Catholic Archdiocese in the city, making it the most famous church in Venice. The basilica is located on the Piazza San Marco and is connected to the Doge’s Palace. The impressive façade...MORE INFO
Campo S. Zaccaria MAP
The Church of Saint Zachary in Venice features a strong Lombard style façade that was constructed between 1480 and 1500 by Codussi. The interior of the church is enormous, with a huge Renaissance nave that is covered with paintings, including some by...MORE INFO

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