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Sightseeing & Attractions in Venice, Italy

The attractions of Venice are truly more than just your average sightseeing excursions. Venice’s attractions are an experience. Right here on, you can access information on where to go in Venice. Everything from St, Mark’s Basilica, Palazzo Labia, the general romantic appeal the canals provide and much, much more. Come to think of it, what in Venice isn’t an attraction?

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Saint Mark's Basilica

Saint Mark's Basilica is a monument made unique by both its wealth of history and the magnificence of its façade and interior. In essence, it is a splendid workshop, where, through the centuries, work
Phone: 39 041 5225205

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Gallerie dell'Accademia

Located in the old church and school of the Carità, this building was partly built in 1100 and finished in the 14th century.
Phone: 041.5222247

Palazzo Labia

Built of Istrian stone and designed by Andrea Cominelli, an illustrious architect of the period, it is one of Venice's few Palazzos with three façades: one on the Campo San Geremia, one on the Grand C
Phone: 39 041 5242812

Ca’ Pesaro

The grandiose palazzo, now the seat of the Galleria Nazionale d’Arte Moderna, was built in the second half of the seventeenth century for the noble and wealthy Pesaro family, to a project by the great
Phone: 39 041721127

Museo Fortuny

Mariano Fortuny converted this grand Gothic palace which belonged to the Pesaro family into a comprehensive studio for painting, photography, set design and the creation of fabrics.
Phone: 39041 5200995

Carlo Goldoni's House

This is how the eighty-year-old Carlo Goldoni, by then a resident in Paris for twenty-five years, recalls where he was born at the opening of his Mémoires. Ca’ Centani, or Centanni - now better known
Phone: 39041 2759325

Museo Correr

The design and initial building work on the Napoleonic Wing dates from the years when Venice was part of that Kingdom of Italy (1806-1814) of which Napoleon was sovereign and his stepson, Eugene de Be
Phone: 39041 2405211

Palazzo Mocenigo

The palazzo was the residence from the 17th century of the San Stae branch of the Mocenigo family, one of the most important families of the Venetian patriciate, seven members of which became doges be
Phone: 041 721798

Clock Tower

The Moors’ Clock Tower is one of the most famous architectural landmarks in Venice, standing over an arch that leads into what is the main shopping street of the city, the old Merceria.
Phone: 39.0415209070

Lace Museum

The museum, which opened in 1981, is situated in the old Lace-School of Burano, founded in 1871 by Countess Andriana Marcello with the aim of revitalising a centuries-old tradition.
Phone: 39041 730034

Palazzo Grassi

This museum is situated in an imposing palace designed by Massari on the Canal Grande, right opposite Ca Rezzonico.
Phone: 39 41 523 1680

Museum of Natural History

With its imposing Grand Canal façade, the Fontego dei Turchi is one of the most famous secular buildings in Venice.
Phone: 39041 2750206

Doge’s Palace

For more than a thousand years, the Doge’s Palace had been the heart and symbol of political life and public administration within the Venetian Republic.
Phone: 39 0412715911

Glass Museum

The palace was the ancient residence of the bishops of Torcello. It was originally a patrician’s palace in typical Flamboyant Gothic style, and then in 1659 it became the residence of Bishop Marco Giu
Phone: 39041 739586

Galleria Giorgio Franchetti alla Ca' d'Oro

The Ca' d'Oro is one of the most beautiful private houses on the Canale Grande.
Phone: 041.5222349

Museo d'Arte Orientale

Phone: 041.5241173

Ca’ Rezzonico

This magnificent palace, now the Museum of Eighteenth-Century Venice, was designed by the greatest Baroque architect of Venice, Baldassare Longhena for the aristocratic Bon family, and work began on i
Phone: 39041 2410100

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