Things to Do & Attractions in Venice

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Venice is defined by water, but that’s no reason to jump into the canal. To find water you can jump into, head to the Aqualandia water park on the mainland ...  Read more

Bovolo Staircase

3 star rating: Worth doing 2 Reviews

Tucked away down a side street not far from the Grand Canal, the Contarini del Bovolo palace is worth a detour if only to marvel at the magnificent spiral ...  Read more

Brenta Riviera

5 star rating: Highly Recommended 2 Reviews

An ancient waterway connecting the Italian cities of Padua and Venice, the channel of the Brenta Riviera dates back to the 16th century and was built to flow ...  Read more

Bridge of Sighs

4.5 star rating: Recommended 70 Reviews

Built in 1602, the Ponte dei Sospiri (Bridge of Sighs) connected the interrogation rooms in the Doges Palace with the prison cells. It got its name from the ...  Read more


3.5 star rating: Worth doing 4334 Reviews

Burano is one of the islands in the Venice lagoon. It is famous for its colorful houses and lace-making. You can watch the skilled women working and see why ...  Read more

Ca' d'Oro (Palazzo Santa Sofia)

5 star rating: Highly Recommended 2 Reviews

When floating down Venice's Grand Canal, there's one palace that will surely inspire you to do a double take: the Palazzo Santa Sofia. This 14th-century ...  Read more

Ca' Rezzonico

4 star rating: Recommended 6 Reviews

Straddling the southwestern flank of Venice’s Grand Canal, work on the flamboyant Ca’ Rezzonico was first started in 1649 by Baroque architect Baldassare ...  Read more

Campo del Ghetto

4.5 star rating: Recommended 23 Reviews

A designated Jewish Quarter from the 16th to the 18th century, Venice’s Campo del Ghetto gave us the word ‘ghetto.’ ‘Gheto’ in Venetian translates to ...  Read more

Campo San Bartolomeo

Sitting at the southeastern end of the steps leading up to the Rialto Bridge, the lively Campo San Bartolomeo is named after one of the Apostles; at its ...  Read more

Campo San Luca

A bustling square at the heart of Venice’s historic center, Campo San Luca has long been a popular meeting point for locals, and its constant stream of ...  Read more

Campo Santa Margherita

The most famous square in Venice is that of St Mark, but if you're in the Dorsoduro sestiere, you should head for the Campo Santa Margherita—one of Venice's ...  Read more

Campo Santa Maria Formosa

In the Castello neighborhood of Venice is Campo Santa Maria Formosa, a lively piazza named after the 15th-century church that sits in the area. The structure ...  Read more


5 star rating: Highly Recommended 2 Reviews

Cannaregio is the northernmost of the six districts of central Venice. It is also the largest and most populated of all the districts. This district is home ...  Read more

Chiesa di Santa Maria del Giglio (Santa Maria Zobenigo)

Founded in the ninth century, the church of Santa Maria del Giglio (which translates into English as ‘St Mary of the Lily’) is more often known by Venetian ...  Read more

Church of Santa Maria dei Miracoli

With its gleaming marble-coated façade and eye-catching spirograph-inspired windows, the Santa Maria dei Miracoli is a striking sight, perched on the ...  Read more

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