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Venice is a truly unique city, built on water and threaded by canals, where water, stone and art combine to form a dazzling backdrop to an unparallel way of life. Explore the city's memorable maze of streets and waterways, sampling local delicacies and shopping at the many traditional Venetian shops and markets along the famous Rialto region of the city. Grab a drink at the picturesque Campo dei Mori and marvel the city's spectacular surroundings.
Piazza San MarcoThis magnificent square overlooks the calm waters of Venice and is home to the city's most popular attractions and some of the finest architecture in Italy. Take your time exploring this beautiful city.
Rialto BridgeVenice is home to an abundance of truly spectacular architecture, and the world-famous Rialto Bridge is no exception. Spanning the width of the beautiful Grand Canal, at one of the city's longest settled areas.
St Mark's BasilicaBuilt in the 11th Century and incorporating 8,000 square metres of gilded mosaics and carved bronze Sansovino statues, the beautifully intricate Basilica de San Marco is a must-see when exploring Venice.
Doge's PalaceThe beautiful pink and white façade of the Palazzo Ducale, one of the finest examples of Gothic architecture, runs along the Piazzetta and water's edge. Not to be missed here is the Bridge of Sigh's.
Peggy GuggenheimThis gallery provides the perfect antidote to an excess of Gothic, Renaissance and baroque art which is showcased throughout the city, the museum offers one of the world's most important collections of the 20th century. (not shown).
Murano IslandThe small lagoon island of Murano is a self-contained community with its own Grand Canal, fine churches and palazzi, and is referred to as a miniature Venice. Murano has been the heart of Venetian glass production for 800 years.