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Basilica di San Marco


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1 Piazza di San Marco
Venice, 50121Italy

 055 2908 3284

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"You should visit: Basilica di San Marco Doge's Palace Peggy Guggenheim Collection and Gallerie dell'Accademia but wander into any church in Venice (there are many) and you will see amazing art for free."  See More

"I suggest Piazza San Marco Basilica di San Marco Doge's Palace and Peggy Guggenheim Collection You will have travelled under the Rialto Bridge For lunch maybe stop at Al Merca' behind the Rialto market where you can get a glass of Prosecco or wine with some lovely Cicchetti, standing with the local Venetians."  See More

"If you want to see the Basilica di San Marco you can book VIP-tickets online and skip the long wait."  See More

"I have stayed in Hotel la Pergola di Venezia near Lido was very nice, clean and 10 minutes away from Basilica di San Marco"  See More

"In Venice, I stayed at a converted monastery, the Domus Ciliota. It was located in a quiet neighborhood on the main island, and a quick walk to the Academia Bridge, the Gallerie dell'Accademia museum of art, and San Marco Square, where you can find both the Duomo di San Marco and a number of other attractions. The above photo was taken outside the balcony of St. Mark's Cathedral. Don't miss the adjacent Doge's Palace, which is a fabulously decorated tribute to Venice's version of Democracy. While there, cross the Bridge of Sighs to see the prison/dungeon just across a narrow canal. You can see some unsurpassed works of art at the Basilica di Santa Maria Gloriosa dei Frari, and one surprise was the grave of Claudio Monteverdi, the renowned Renaissance composer. Venice transportation is either by foot or by vaporetti, the water taxis that run through the Grand Canal. One ride costs €7, and you could easily ride it several times each day. I strongly recommend getting a travel pass equivalent to the days you will be in the city. ."  See More

"DAY 6 start early again at Basilica di San Marco, walk across the Rialto Bridge and visit the nearby market, have lunch in San Polo before visiting the Scuola Grande Di San Rocco."  See More

"So, with that said, if you start in Venice, some highlights I would recommend would be staying around Basilica di San Marco."  See More

"Make sure you go inside Basilica di San Marco it is outstanding and really atmospheric."  See More

"See Basilica di San Marco and the Doge's Palace."  See More

"So of course you'll want to see inside the Basilica di San Marco"  See More

"If you've never been before, I would stop by the Basilica di San Marco or the Doge's Palace (Palazzo Ducale) first thing in the morning."  See More

"Tons of celebrities have eaten here Gelato: Boutique Del Gelato -- always a long line but worth the wait Alaska Gelateria -- some of the most creative gelato flavors I've ever seen, like fennel and artichoke Bars: Naranzaria -- fantastic view of the canal Bancogiro -- also a great view of the canal Ardidos -- super cool decor Al Merca' -- semi outdoors; enjoy drinks in a huge shaded patio Skyline Rooftop Bar -- awesome view Venice from above Pane Vino e San Daniele -- wine bar Ristorante Maddalena -- their house wine comes from their own vineyards Attractions Campanile -- another spot for an awesome view of Venice You can see these three other historical places at the same time: Basilica di San Marco, Doge's Palace (Palazzo Ducale), Torre dell'Orologio Of course, you have to for a gondola ride on the canal."  See More








   
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