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10 Best Tourist Places to visit in venice

10 Best Tourist Places to visit in venice

In a city as full of tourist attractions as Venice, it can be hard to know where to start. Perhaps the best way to do it is to get lost for hours, wandering its charming little streets and passages, roaming the canals and finding its secret corners.

The best things to see In Venice, Italy

At every turn, you'll see something worth remembering through photos. Where this exploration takes you does not matter, because it is easy to find your way back to St. Mark's Square and the Grand Canal. Most of the best attractions you'll want to visit are located around these two landmarks.

Venice is divided into six sestieri communities with distinctly different characteristics. San Marco is the center of the Grand Canal and is surrounded by the Grand Canal on three sides. Across the Rialto Bridge is the artisan quarter of São Paulo, and across the Grand Canal to the south is Trendy Dorsoduro has famous art museums and lively squares.

On the outer edge are the Castle of Santa Croce and the Cannaregio home of the original ghetto. In addition to the six sestieri (communities) of the city itself, you will also want to take a vaporetto to its islands: Lido Murano Burano and Torcello. The fourth island of San Giorgio Maggiore is worth See beautiful views of San Marco and Venice from the tower of the church.

To plan your stay, so you don't miss any of the best places to visit, use this list of top Venice attractions and things to do.

Best places to visit In Venice, Italy (with map)

List of the best things to see in Venice

  1. st. mark's basilica
  2. Doge's Palace
  3. Grand Canal
  4. Rialto Bridge
  5. torre dell'orologio
  6. Santa Maria della Salute
  7. Scuola Grande di San Rocco
  8. Teatro La Fenice
  9. Peggy Guggenheim Collection
  10. Santa Maria Gloriosa dei Frari

1. St. Mark's Basilica

10 Best Tourist Places to visit in venice


Without a doubt, Venice's most famous church and one of the most recognizable churches in the world, the Basilica di San Marco was originally the Doge's private chapel and was decorated with treasures of Byzantine art that were built by Venetian ships Autumnal Constantinople.

The picture of the gold-backed mosaic above the doorway of the façade only hints at the mosaic art inside, where 4,240 square meters of golden mosaic cover the dome and walls. These set a distinctly Byzantine tone for its soaring interior, but you'll find treasures from other periods, including Later mosaics designed by Titian and Tintoretto - names you'll encounter all over the city.

The magnificent golden altarpiece is one of the finest in Europe, created by artists in the early 12th century and decorated with nearly 2,000 gems and gems over the centuries. If you could catch a glimpse of your eye from this mosaic dome and numerous ornate altars The floor is a masterpiece of marble inlay. And take the time to look at the gold reliquaries and icons in the vault.

Map Of: st. mark's basilica

2. Doge’s Palace

Visitors arriving in Venice have come ashore under the facade of this extraordinary palace. They couldn't help being impressed by its size and architectural sophistication.

The impression is only strengthened if they are received by the Doge, as they enter via the Porta della Carta, a perfect example of Venetian Gothic, ascending the massive Scala dei Giganti and the golden vaulted Scala d'Oro which many believe become the most beautiful room in the palace, Sala del Collegio.

Even weary 21st century travelers will marvel at the grandeur and lavish decoration of the palace. You will see the works of all Venetian greats, including Tintoretto, whose Paradise is the largest oil painting in the world.

Public tours are not available, but private tours include a walk across the Bridge of Sighs to Prigioni's Dark Cell - Casanova's famous escape prison. Best view of the Bridge of Sighs - also a postcard classic - Ponte della Paglia from Riva degli Schiavoni is behind the Doge's Palace.

Map Of: Doge's Palace

3. grand canal

The Grand Canal sweeps through the center of Venice in a huge reverse S-curve and is the main avenue through the city, connecting the Piazza San Marco Rialto Bridge and the arrival point of the train station and land bridge.

Only four bridges span its 3.8km length, but stripped-down gondolas known as traghetti shuttle back and forth between the bridges at several points. The Grand Canal is the address of choice for anyone claiming influence in Venice. The palaces of all the major families lead to the canal Their ornate Venetian Gothic and early-Renaissance façades face the water as visitors arrive.

These magnificent palaces - or at least their façades - are so well preserved today that a trip along the canals by Vaporetto Venice's floating public transport system is the best way to see them. Or you can see the palace at a more leisurely pace in Venice's Grand Canal Small Group 1-Hour Take a boat tour, which also includes some of the smaller canals. Of course, taking a gondola ride down the Grand Canal is one of the most romantic things to do in Venice at night.

Map Of: Grand Canal

4. Rialto Bridge


The only bridge ever to span the Rialto Bridge on the Grand Canal marks the site of the island's first settlement, Rivus Altus (High Bank). Built in 1588, some 150 years after the previous wooden bridge collapsed, the stone arch supports two busy streets and two sets of shops.

In addition to being a busy transit point halfway through the canal, it is the perfect vantage point for tourists to take photos or pose for pictures and to watch the various boats that always pass beneath it.

The Church of San Bartolomeo, near the San Marco end of the bridge, was the church of German merchants who lived and worked here at the Fondaco dei Tedeschi (German Commodity Exchange), which borders the canal. It has an excellent altarpiece The Martyrdom of St. Bartholomew by Parma Young. The former exchange is now a popular shopping place.

On the other side of the Rialto Bridge is a busy food market where Venetians and chefs buy fresh produce and seafood. Outside the market, in the narrow streets of São Paulo, with artisan shops and mask-making studios, this is one of the best places to shop in Venice. You can also find a suitable place The food to eat is not as full of tourists as the ones near San Marco.

Map Of: Rialto bridge

5. torre dell'orologio

On the side of the cathedral facing St. Mark's Square is one of Venice's most familiar symbols, a bell tower covered by a pair of bronze Moors that strikes its grand bell every hour. The face of the clock shows the phases of the moon and the gilded zodiac on a blue background, and above the clock There is a small balcony and a statue of the Virgin.

In 1755, Giorgio Massari added a mosaic of San Marco flying lions and gold stars on a blue background above it. The tower itself was built in the 15th century and is typical of Venetian Renaissance architecture. Via the vaulted portal at its base, one of the busiest streets in Venice, The narrow Calle Mercerei.
Map Of: torre dell'orologio

6. Santa Maria della Salute

One of Venice's most popular churches, Santa Maria della Salute, has a postcard setting at the tip of the peninsula opposite the Doge's Palace.

This huge baroque church was built to thank the end of the plague in 1630. But the fragile land could not support its enormous weight, so its architect, Baldassare Longhena, hammered more than a million pieces of wood into the church at the bottom of the lagoon before construction.

The airboat landing point is just in front of the church, and the highlight of its interior - aside from the magnificent dome - is the sacristy, where you'll find paintings including Tintoretto's wedding in Cana.

Map Of: Santa Maria della Salute

7. Scuola Grande di San Rocco


Official site: www.scuolagrandesanrocco.org/home-en

This impressive white marble building was built between 1515 and 1560 as a charity dedicated to San Rocco. Shortly after its completion, the great 16th-century Venetian artist Tintoretto won a competition to paint the central panel for the ceiling of the Sala dell'Albergo Entering the building and placing his paintings in their expected locations, then being judged, annoyed his rival artists.

He later decorated its walls and ceiling with a collection of paintings that are considered masterpieces of the artist. The earliest works in the Sala dell'Albergo date back to 1564 and 1576, and include the compliments and most recent works of St. Roch Christ before Pilate the Ecce Homo. Mighty all crosses. Those in the upper hall depict New Testament scenes painted between 1575 and 1581.

The lighting is bad and the painting itself is dark, but you can still appreciate Tintoretto's innovation in the use of light and colour. With one of the mirrors provided, you can see the ceiling more easily. More of Tintoretto's work on the altar of the adjacent church, San Rocco.

Map Of: Scuola Grande di San Rocco

8. Teatro La Fenice

Official site: https://www.teatrolafenice.it/en

The name La Fenice (Phoenix), chosen at the time of contraction in 1792, proved to be prophetic, like its mythical phoenix rising from the ashes. The theatre was destroyed three times by fire in 1996, leaving only the outer wall standing. Every time it is rebuilt and continue to become one of the greatest opera houses in the world.

Throughout its history, especially in the 19th century, La Fenice has seen the premieres of many of the most famous Italian operas, including those of Rossini Donizetti and Verdi, and today also arranges opera, ballet performances and music meeting.

Even after reopening in 2003 with expanded seating, Phoenix is ​​still a relatively small opera house, so tickets are hard to come by, especially for large performances. Take an audio-guide tour of the spectacular interior of the Rococo; these self-guided tours last About 45 minutes, including the common areas of the theatre.

Map Of: Teatro La Fenice

9. Peggy Guggenheim Collection

Official site: http://www.guggenheim-venice.it/

Heiress Peggy Guggenheim's personal art collection is housed in her former home, next to the Venier dei Leoni in the Palais de la Grande Canal. While most of Italy's great art museums are packed with medieval and renaissance masters, this one focuses on art from the first half of the 20th century.

The low-slung building, with its white interior, is the appropriate venue for these bold and often dramatic works that represent the genres of Cubism, Futurism, Abstract Expressionism, Surrealism, and avant-garde painting and sculpture.

The permanent collection includes works by Picasso, Dalí, Braque, Léger, Mondrian, Kandinsky, Klee, Ernst, Magritte, and Pollock, and frequent exhibitions bring works by other leading artists. The museum's sculpture garden features works by Calder Holzer, Caro Judd and Hepworth.

Map Of: Peggy Guggenheim Collection

10. Santa Maria Gloriosa dei Frari

This Gothic church was started by the Franciscans around 1340, and the facade interior and two chapels were completed in the mid-15th century. Its impressive 14th-century clock tower is the second tallest in the city.

While the interior is in keeping with the simple, unadorned style of the Franciscan church, it contains a wealth of artistic treasures. On the right transect is the important wooden statue of St. John the Baptist (the first chapel to the right of the sanctuary) completed in 1451 by the Florentine sculptor Donatello.

In the sacristy is the triptych Madonna and the Four Saints Enthroned by Giovanni Bellini. In cross-section on the left, the statue of St. John the Baptist on the bar at the Cappella Cornaro by sculptor and architect Jacopo Sansovino

The choir of monks is an outstanding example of Marco Cozzi's woodcarving, with reliefs of saints and Venetian scenes. The sanctuary houses the tombs of the two doge's by Antonio Rizzo, and above the high altar is Titian's Assunta, painted between 1516 and 1518. Titian's tomb in The south aisle was a gift from Ferdinand I of Austria when he was king of Lombardy Veneto.

You can't help but notice the pyramid-shaped mausoleum built by the students of the sculptor Antonio Canova in the north aisle and opposite the large monument to Titian, also a student of Canova. Next to the Cappella Emiliani, there is a fine mid-15th century polyptych with marble figures, a Madonna DI Completed in 1526, Ca'Pesaro is one of Titian's most important works.

Map Of: Santa Maria Gloriosa dei Frari

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