Marco Polo AirportThe Venice Marco Polo Airport is located 4.
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Piazzale RomaPiazzale Roma is a large square where the Ponte della Libertà ends and where the central bus station is in Venice.
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Treviso AirportTreviso Airport is located 25 miles (40 km) north of Venice and is mainly used by low-cost carriers like Ryanair and Wizz Air.
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Venezia Santa Lucia Railway StationVenezia Santa Lucia Railway Station is Venice’s central train station.
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San MarcoThe district of San Marco in Venice is named after the city’s patron saint, and is without a doubt the heart of Venice.
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San PoloEstablished near the Rialto Bridge, San Polo is Venice’s smallest district and one of the oldest in the city.
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DorsoduroThe district of Dorsoduro is located in the southeast part of Venice and includes Giudecca island.
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CannaregioSeveral notable Italians lived in Cannaregio throughout the various centuries including Marco Polo, Titian or Tintoretto.
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CastelloCastello is Venice’s largest neighborhood.
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Santa CroceSanta Croce and especially the east part of the district is one of the humblest areas of Venice.
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Grand CanalThe Grand Canal is the largest and most famous canal in Venice.
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Piazza San MarcoPiazza San Marco is the city’s main public square: probably the first thing you will see in Venice.
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Basilica di San MarcoThe Basilica di San Marco (St Mark’s Basilica) is the cathedral church of Venice and it is one of the most famous and beautiful landmarks in the city.
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Palazzo DucaleThe Doge’s Palace (Palazzo Ducale) in Venice is one of the most popular visits.
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Rialto BridgeThe Rialto Bridge is the oldest bridge in Venice, and without a doubt, the best known.
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Campanile di San MarcoLocated in the Piazza San Marco, the Campanile di San Marco is the bell tower of the Basilica and the tallest building in Venice.
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Livio de Marchi GalleryLivio de Marchi, also known as the Carpenter of Venice, is one of the most curious artists born in Venice.
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Ca' RezzonicoCa' Rezzonico is one of the most fascinating palazzos in Venice.
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Gallerie dell'AccademiaThe Gallerie dell’Accademia is the most influential art gallery in Venice.
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Scuola Grande di San RoccoThe Scuola Grande di San Rocco is to Venice what the Sistine Chapel is to Rome.
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Ca' d'OroCa’ d’Oro is one of the most beautiful palaces in Venice and its façade is one of the most remarkable on the Grand Canal.
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Ca’ PesaroThe International Gallery of Modern Art of Venice Ca’ Pesaro contains a large collection of art from the nineteenth and twentieth centuries.
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Church of San BarnabaIf you are a fan of Indiana Jones and have seen “Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade”, you will enjoy visiting San Barnaba, its imaginary library.
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Ponte dei PugniThe Ponte dei Pugni is one of the most famous bridges in Venice thanks to its unusual history.
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Museo CorrerThe Museo Correr is the most famous museum in Venice.
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Santa María della SaluteThe Basilica di Santa Maria della Salute is one of the most popular churches in Venice.
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Santa Maria Gloriosa dei FrariThe Basilica di Santa Maria Glorioso dei Frari is one of the most remarkable churches in Venice.
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San Giorgio MaggioreSan Giorgio Maggiore is a beautiful church in Venice.
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Santi Giovanni e PaoloThe Basilica dei Santi Giovanni e Paolo is the largest church in Venice.
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MuranoYou have probably already heard of the renowned Murano glass.
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BuranoBurano is one of the islands in the Venetian Lagoon.
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TorcelloTorcello Island was once the main city of the region.
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Lido di VeneziaVenice Lido (Lido di Venezia) is one of the main summer destinations of Venice, with over 7 m (12 km) of beach.
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PaduaPadua, Padova in Italian, is a small city located 23 miles to the west of Venice.
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VeronaVerona is one of the most popular and beautiful cities in Italy.
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