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#9 of 525 Sights & Landmarks in Venice
Really nice area to walk around, away from madness of San Marco area... some nice art shops / exhibitions, great views across the canals to other islands, plenty of little cafes (as anywhere else) and awesome atmo...
Hopped off at Basili from vaporetto from Piazza La Roma & we had gone right out into the bay, lovely view& boat trip, walked on front, shopped@Conad , was quiet in March, sunny, wrap up well for vaporetto trips th...
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#15 of 525 Sights & Landmarks in Venice
A lovely quiet area with lots of other delights, sights and cafes.
If any of the staff are on hand, buy a postcard and leave a small donation and if you are lucky enough they will illuminate the ceiling allowing a better view of the art.
#20 of 525 Sights & Landmarks in Venice
Sitting on the entrance to the Grand Canal behind the Punta della Dogena it commands lovely views of St Marco, inside the peaceful octagonal interior surrounded by 6 chapels is a beautiful mosaic floor and wonderf...
Situated in Dorsoduro at the end of the Fondamenta Zattere overlooking the Grande Canal and the Canale della Guidecca this is a spectacular and iconic Venetian landmark.
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#21 of 525 Sights & Landmarks in Venice
Breathtaking art easily observed in modern facilities plus wonderful views of Grand Canal! Cafe and shops well worth visit too!
The front of the property is right on the grand canal so the view is stunning when you fancy a breather on the front steps (with my favourite horse and little man with huge penis statue!) Speaking of statues..
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#32 of 525 Sights & Landmarks in Venice
A beautiful church and also provides some of the best views across the lagoon.
But a must is going up into the bell tower to see the island lagoons and the view of St Mark's square and beyond.
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#39 of 525 Sights & Landmarks in Venice
The small wooden structures visitors view from across the canal are Tyrolean in style (Swiss Chalets) since workers came originally from an area around Cadore, in the Dolomites, an Italian section of the Alps.
You can view the boatyard from across the canal.
#42 of 525 Sights & Landmarks in Venice
It is very shady with playgrounds, a cafe, jogging, benches galore, grassy areas for picnics and great views of sunsets over Venice.
... to spread it out over two days (you can buy your tix for both at once and use the tix on separate days): a day for Arsenale, and a day the Giardini, as each exhibit takes 3-6 hours depending on how you view art.
#69 of 525 Sights & Landmarks in Venice
A floor mirror was available to view these paintings and a sign on the table near the entrance identified each of these 3 paintings.
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#83 of 525 Sights & Landmarks in Venice
Venice is all about walking... get out and enjoy the sounds, smells, sights and appeal of this city of antiquities.
Interesting landmark, close to must-see area!
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#98 of 525 Sights & Landmarks in Venice
Chiesa di San Trovaso is a lovely church and the site dates back to the early 11th century.
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#146 of 525 Sights & Landmarks in Venice
#165 of 525 Sights & Landmarks in Venice
To see the rear of the Palazzo close up, walk along Calle Bastion to the little square Campo Barbaro and stand on the bridge which crosses the Rio Pietro, you will get a great view.
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#253 of 525 Sights & Landmarks in Venice