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San Marco Square

Piazza San Marco, also St Mark’s Square is one of the most important Italian squares and is renowned worldwide for its beauty and its architectural integrity. The heart of the lagoon city and the Venetian State, consists of five areas: - The...

Rialto Bridge

The Rialto Bridge is one of the four bridges spanning the Grand Canal in Venice, it is the oldest bridge across the canal. The firts dry crossing of the Grand Canal was a pontoon bridge built in 1181, called Ponte della...

Ca D'Oro

Ca D’Oro is a palace on the Grand Canal, has always been known as Ca D’Oro due to the gilt and the polychrome external decorations which addorned its walls. On the ground floor a recessed colonnaded loggia gives acces to the...

Jewish Ghetto

The Venetian Ghetto was the area of Venice in which Jews were compelled to live under the Venetian Repubblic. The ghetto in the area of the Cannaregio is divided into the Ghetto Novo (new Ghetto) and the adjacent Ghetto Vecio (old...

Musei Civici Veneziani

The Foundation was established by resolution of the City Council of Venice, on March 3rd 2008, in order to manage and promote the immense cultural and artistic heritage of the Musei Civici di Venezia. The Foundation manages and fosters a rich...

Venice Art Biennale

It is the major contemporary Art Exhibition that takes place every two years in Venice, the first Biennale was held in 1895. The event became international in the first decades of the 20th Century; from 1907 several countries started to install National...

Murano

Murano is composed by several islands linked by bridges with a population of more than 4,500 inhabitants. The island was indipendent with its own Grand Council, like the one of Venice, until the 15th Century when passed under the Venetian Government. The...

Burano

Burano is an island in the Venetian Lagoon situated in the northen part, 7 kilometers away from the main island and 40 minutes trip by vaporetto. Burano is famous for the Lace Art , there is also a school opened in...

Torcello

Torcello is a quiet island in the north of the Venetian Lagoon. Torcello was one of the first lagoon’s islands to be populated and starting form 1638 became the Bishop’s base for more than one hundred years. Unfortunately from the 12th Century...

San Giorgio Island

San Giorgio is situated in front of San Marco Square. The island was originally called Isola Memmia because of the Memmo family that owned it. In 1829 has been built the main Church consacrated to St George and in 1982 has been...

Sant'Erasmo

Sant'Erasmo is an island  in the northern part of the lagoon. It is famous among all Venetian people for its typical greengrocer productions. Ruined fortification, including the so-called Torre Massimiliana, ring the island, they have been built starting from the 16th Century after...