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In Venice Our top 10 things to do in Venice


1. St Mark’s Square

This historitc area is regarded as the "Heart of Venice. There are many famous and historic buildings lining the square including St Mark's basilica, St Mark's campanile and the Doge's Palace, as well as a number of restaurants.

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2. Rialto Bridge

Built entirely of marble, this stunning bridge is considered an engineering masterpiece.

3. The 77th Venice International Film Festival.

Spot celebrities at this global film event scheduled to be held between 2nd September to 12th September 2020.

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4. Take a trip in a Gondola

Punt down one of the city’s picturesque waterways in an iconic gondola.

5. The Teatro la Fenice

Enjoy a night of entertainment at one of Italy’s most popular opera houses.
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6. Academy Gallery

Originally an academy, this attraction was later turned into the Galleria dell’Accademia museum and is filled with an impressive collection of Venetian art from the 14th to 18th century.
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7. The Correr Civic Museum

A large museum with art and artefacts from Venice’s history, plus the former quarters of the royal family.

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8. Peggy Guggenheim Collection

This world-renowned modern art museum on the Grand Canal is one of the most visited attractions in Venice.

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9. Murano & Burano Island Tours

These islands are just 20 minutes by boat from Venice and are famous for glass making, lace work and extraordinary kaleidoscopic buildings.

10. Shopping

Venice is famous for its intricate craftwork, glass, masks and textiles as well as designer labels and boutiques. The San Samuele district offers a range of boutiques while Le Mercerie is lined with top designer shops.

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