|Venice To See|
|Top Venice Pictures|
|Piazza San Marco|
|St. Mark's Basilica|
|St. Mark's Clock Tower|
|St. Mark's Campanile|
|View From Campanile|
|Bridge of Sighs Ponte Sospiri|
|Grand Canal (Canal Grande)|
|Venice Romantic Night|
|Rialto Bridge (Ponte Rialto)|
|Cemetery Island of Venice|
|Water Buses Venice|
|Criuse to Venice|
|San Giorgio Maggiore|
|Murano the Glass Island|
|Murano Vetreria Ducale|
|Murano Pubblic Park|
|What To Do In Venice|
|Where is Venice|
Venice - Italy
See and do
Top Venice PicturesTop Venice Pictures
World famous for the canals, bridges and gondolas, Venice is without doubt one of the most important cities of Europe, no other city like Venice. Venice is art, culture, history and city of lovers. Venice is small enough and can be easily turned to walk away.
Piazza San MarcoGondola Venice
Venice has 150 canals and 400 bridges, the most traditional way to explore and with the gondolas, which have become one of the most typical symbols of Venice.
Piazza San Marco
Piazza San Marco is the most popular and crowded place, especially during the Carnival of Venice. On the square facing the Basilica of San Marco, the Campanile of San Marco and the clock tower, while his side the magnificent Palazzo Ducale is separated from the sea.
St. Mark's Basilica
The Basilica of San Marco, built in 1063-1094 is the best known example of Byzantine art in Italy. Inside the church is covered with mosaics with millions and millions of gold pieces ... spectacular!
St. Mark's Clock Tower
From the Clock Tower, two statues of the bells with hammers per hour. The Clock Tower is a work of Mauro Codussi, was built in 1496 to 1499.
St. Mark's Campanile
The majestic St. Mark's Campanile in the sky rushes for 98 yards and searches from Venice. The Campanile of San Marco was completed at the end of the twelfth century as completion of the Basilica of San Marco had not, its peculiarity is that it is detached from the Basilica.
View From Campanile
An elevator rises to the level of the Campanile bell tower of San Marco, from here you can enjoy riding superb panoramic view of Venice, the lagoon and St. Mark's Square below. And 'interesting to remember that the mighty bells every half hour you killing your eardrums.
The former Duke's Palace dating from the ninth century is a masterpiece of Gothic architecture, one of the most beautiful buildings in Venice. The Palace is located next to the Basilica of San Marco and separates it from the sea.
Bridge of Sighs Ponte Sospiri
The Bridge of Sighs connects the Doge's Palace The building on the opposite side of the channel. Go under the bridge of sighs with the gondola is one of the most famous in Venice and in Italy.
VeniceGrand Canal (Canal Grande)
As the name implies, the Grand Canal is the largest canal city of Venice and through completely. On either side stand beautiful palaces, churches, homes that amaze art lovers and tourists from all around the world flock to Venice.
Venice Romantic Night
Venice the most romantic city of Italy, the perfect retreat for lovers hand in hand, crowd the narrow streets and squares. Night is the most magical moment, do not miss a trip on the Grand Canal by vaporetto (or gondola) and a cafe in Piazza San Marco.
Rialto Bridge (Ponte Rialto)
The Rialto Bridge is the largest and most important of the entire Grand Canal and Venice. From the bridge you can enjoy a beautiful view over the Grand Canal.
Sunset in Venice, one of the best places from which it is from the Campanile in Piazza San Marco.
Cemetery Island of Venice
The Cemetery of Venice occupies an entire island, the Island of San Michele. The island is located halfway between Venice (also an island) and the island of Murano. It can be reached by ferry.
Water Buses Venice
One of the best ways to see Venice is on foot, but if you want to fully appreciate the wonders of the Grand Canal and visit the islands of Murano, Burano, San Giorgio Maggiore and the other, the best way is to take a ferry boat that also. The boat service is very efficient and connects almost all the sights of Venice.
Criuse to Venice
Prestigious cruise ships parade in front of Piazza San Marco.
San Giorgio Maggiore
Church and Monastery of San Giorgio Maggiore on the island of San Giorgio Maggiore, near Piazza San Marco, across the Grand Canal.
MuranoMurano the Glass Island
Murano, known as the island of glass blowing is the most typical place where you can find artists who work glass blown glass. Wherever you go there in Murano glass, glass, glass, in the main square there is even a huge pine stained glass company that makes the old tower.
Craft shops, glass blown glass artists working in compliance with ancient traditions.
Murano Vetreria Ducale
One of the best experiences in Venice is to go and see the skilled Masters blowing glass, enter into a laboratory of artistic glass factory, where the ovens heat the glass and the Masters will work with hammers, pliers, pipes and strange gear . The Glazier Ducale offers free demonstrations beautiful, and Travel For Passion is grateful for the hospitality during our trip.
Murano Pubblic Park
Murano has a beautiful green park, the Park Navaghero, which might be an idea for a relaxing break.