Venice is an open air museum and it was hard to select the ten places you cannot miss in Venice, but we made our best for you!!;)
This list of 10 places to visit in Venice provides you with the best places to get the best experience possible from your trip to Venice.
1. Piazza San Marco and Basilica
Saint Mark Area is the very center of Venice history and power. From here, you can feel and understand the greatness of a city that has been a leading trade power back in the past.
In this area, you can’t miss a visit to the Basilica or to the bell tower. Try to avoid the expensive bar in the square in favour of a cheaper Bacaro in the streets nearby. Find out more here.
2. Palazzo Ducale
Moving from Piazza San Marco towards the Canal Grande you will see, on your left, Palazzo Ducale. Palazzo Ducale has been for centuries the political center of the Republic of Venice and, nowadays, it is a wonderful museum full of charm and history. If you can, take a guided tour to the hidden places of this great palace.
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An old, but spectacular Venetian tradition: Festa del Redentore is a big event taking place every year on the third Sunday of July.
It reminds the Venetian Senate decision to build the Chiesa del Redentore (Redeemer’s Church) as an ex-vote for the liberation of the city from the black death of 1575-1577, a plague that caused the death of more than a third of the city’s population in just two years. Continue reading “Festa del Redentore”
Will you be in Venice next Saturday 17 June? You are a lucky man (or woman)!
You will have the opportunity to visit a lot of museums in Venice completely for free.
We are talking about the Venice Art Night.
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Our amazing logo was an idea of Elena Domenichini, a friend and wonderful designer, recently graduated in Milan.
“I created this logo for VenicebyVenetians, a guide of Venice exclusively social and digital, ideated by two friends: Davide and Dario.
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Even if Venice is accessible by car, train and boat, the main touristic airports are Venice Marco Polo Airport and Treviso Canova Airport. Here, we provide few useful information to reach Venice from these airports.
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This Sunday, our idea was to enjoy a relaxing night in Venice, avoiding crowds and folks.
For this reason, we chose to stay around Sestiere Santa Croce, which is cool and near the train station, the perfect choice to chill out.
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Venice is a city without cars, the last point you can reach driving is Piazzale Roma, crossing “Ponte della Libertà” (Freedom Bridge), where also trains and buses run.
Once in Piazzale Roma, or in Stazione Santa Lucia arriving by train, you get to choose how to move: on foot, “vaporetti” (small ferry boats) or taxi.
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Everybody knows what the Gondola is, and when you think of Venice you immediately think of it, but have you ever asked yourself what the comb on the bow represents?
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Choosing the right accommodation is important to enjoy your visit in Venice.
When you are planning your trip in Venice, the first question about the accommodation could be:
‘Inside or outside Venice?’
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In Venice and in Veneto, Spritz is way more than a drink.
It is the ideal “aperitivo” before lunch or dinner, it is an excuse to meet, talk and eat little tapas, called cicchetti, like chips (minimum, get angry if they don’t bring them), bread and local salami, small slices of pizza or focaccia or even tramezzini.
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