St. Mark's Square
È l'unico spazio urbano di Venezia che assume il nome di piazza, in quanto tutti gli altri spazi in forma di piazza sono propriamente definiti campi. Ha forma trapezoidale ed è lunga 170 metri.
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Also called "The drawing room of Europe", Piazza San Marco is the undisputed symbol of Venice. After a day of walking among the beautiful and narrow "calli", coming out into the big square is like taking a breath of air and art. A walk in Piazza San Marco also deserves a break at Caffè Florian,…
Definitely worth going inside the Cathedral to see the stunning gold mosaic artwork. If there is a long line outside, go online to book a jump the queue ticket for only 2 euro.
St Mark's Square The main square in Venice where the breathtaking St Mark's church is located. Piazza San Marco
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“Rialto , Erberia , San Giacometto square , here you find traditional and modern places . You may choose to have a glass of wine sitting at a table outside , enjoyng the view on the Canal Grande or standing in the square to make small talks . Others prefer to go at the next Campo Bella Vienna to eat Cicchetti (fingerfood) and dancing to the rhythm of the music of the nearby bar .”
“For lovers of modern art, Venice is home to the most important and extraordinary personal collection of the American collector Peggy Guggenheim. A collection that will leave you dreaming, with its works by famous artists such as Picasso, Mondrian and Brancusi. ”
Point of Interest
“The Bridge of Sighs is a foamous bridge in Venice. The enclosed bridge is made of white limestone, has windows with stone bars, passes over the Rio di Palazzo, and connects the New Prison (Prigioni Nuove) to the interrogation rooms in the Doge's Palace. It was designed by Antonio Contino, whose uncle Antonio da Ponte designed the Rialto Bridge, and it was built in 1600. ”
“Pre-19th Century art to take your breath away! Includes the largest collection of Venetian art. The old part of the building itself is grand and magnificient, definitely worth visiting!”