Venice

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St Mark's Basilica
9
Sestiere di San Marco
10 reviews
The architectural style for the sumptuously Byzantine Basilica di San Marco, replete with five mosquelike bulbed domes, was borrowed from Constantinople. — Frommer's
Gallerie dell'Accademia
9
Sestiere di Dorsoduro
10 reviews
Now incorporating a building designed by Andrea Palladio, in addition to its former space, the impressive haul includes works by such top names as Bellini, Giorgione, Tintoretto, and Titian. — Condé Nast Traveler
Scuola Grande di San Rocco
9
San Polo
9 reviews
The school is dedicated to Saint Rocco, patron saint of the sick and plague-stricken. — Michelin Guide
Peggy Guggenheim Collection
9
Sestiere di Dorsoduro
13 reviews
When poor little rich girl Peggy Guggenheim's personal art collection was turned down by London's Tate Gallery in 1949, she brought it to Venice. — Concierge
Punta della Dogana
9
Sestiere di Dorsoduro
10 reviews
Here massive installations address deeply personal fixations, including Chen Zhen’s pure crystal versions of his diseased internal organs. — Lonely Planet
Basilica di Santa Maria Gloriosa dei Frari
9
San Polo
7 reviews
Known simply as “i Frari,” this immense 14th-century Gothic church is easily found around the corner from the Scuola Grande di San Rocco—make sure you visit both when you’re in this area. — Frommer's
St. Mark's Square
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San Marco
9 reviews
One of the world's most beautiful squares, Piazza San Marco (Saint Mark's Square) is spiritual and artistic heart of Venice. — Fodor's
Ca' d'Oro
8
Cannaregio
8 reviews
This delicate, floral, Gothic creation is stunning, both in terms of its façade and what lies within. — Michelin Guide
San Giorgio Maggiore
8
Giudecca, Lido & the Southern Islands
7 reviews
There's been a church on this island since the 8th century, with a Benedictine monastery added in the 10th century. — Fodor's
Museo Correr
8
Sestiere di San Marco
10 reviews
Contains remnants of Napoleon's short-lived reign in Venice historic globes, weapons, and works of art by Tintoretto. — Condé Nast Traveler
Teatro La Fenice
8
Sestiere di San Marco
10 reviews
Book tickets for the recently restored 1836 opera house, where you can listen to Verdi and Puccini's masterpieces in their home country. — Travel + Leisure
Basilica dei Santi Giovanni e Paolo
8
Sestiere di Castello
5 reviews
This massive Gothic church was built by the Dominican order from the 13th to the 15th century. — Frommer's
Santa Maria dei Miracoli
8
Sestiere di Cannaregio
6 reviews
When Nicolò di Pietro’s Madonna icon started miraculously weeping in its outdoor shrine around 1480, crowd control became impossible in this cramped corner of Cannaregio. — Lonely Planet
Scuola Dalmata S.ti Giorgio e Trifone
8
Castello
7 reviews
Founded in 1451 by the Dalmatian community, this small scuola was, and still is, a social and cultural center for migrants from what is now Croatia. — Fodor's
Museo Ebraico di Venezia
8
Sestiere di Cannaregio
7 reviews
The only way to visit any of the area's five 16th-century synagogues is through one of the Museo Communità Ebraica's frequent organized tours conducted in English. — Frommer's
Ca' Rezzonico
8
Sestiere di Dorsoduro
7 reviews
Begun by Baldassare Longhena, 17th-century architect of La Salute Church, the Rezzonico home is a sumptuous backdrop for this collection of period paintings. — Frommer's
Rialto Bridge
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San Marco
7 reviews
This bridge is emblematic of Venice. — Michelin Guide
Campanile di San Marco
8
Sestiere di San Marco
7 reviews
One of Venice's most distinctive landmarks. — Michelin Guide
Doge's Palace
8
Sestiere di San Marco
8 reviews
Unmissable, this amazing palace reveals Venice's entire history. — Michelin Guide
Basilica di Santa Maria della Salute
8
Sestiere di Dorsoduro
8 reviews
This flamboyant church at the mouth of the Grand Canal—all round exterior, vast dome, and scalloped flourishes around the roof—is one of Venice's landmarks. — Travel + Leisure
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