The 5 places you must visit in Venice
The 5 places you must visit in Venice
Venice, known as the city of canals, is a tourist destination that captivates visitors with its beauty and rich history.

This charming city, built on a lagoon, is famous for its picturesque canals, impressive palaces and unique architecture.

If you're planning to visit Venice, here are five places you can't miss.

The best places in Venice
Ducal Palace
Considered a masterpiece of Gothic art, the Doge's Palace in Venice is an impressive structure that shows a layering of constructive and ornamental elements over the centuries. Composed of three large buildings, this palace houses the Great Council Room, the Sala dello Scrutinio and the doge's residence, among other architectural wonders.

Rialto bridge
The Rialto Bridge is the oldest of the four bridges that cross the Grand Canal in Venice and is an emblematic symbol of the city. Built between 1588 and 1591 to replace an earlier wooden bridge, the Rialto Bridge stands out for its unique design, consisting of two inclined ramps linked by a central portico. For many years, it was the most important economic center of Venice.

Grand Canal
The Grand Canal is the most important and largest canal in Venice. Four kilometers long, it divides the city into two parts and offers an impressive view of the magnificent buildings and palaces that line its banks. The vaporettos run along the Grand Canal and allow visitors to enjoy a pleasant walk while admiring the architectural beauty of the city.

San Marco Piazza
San Marco Piazza is the heart of Venice and one of the most beautiful squares in the world. Built from the 9th century, the square acquired its current shape and size in 1177 and was paved over a hundred years later. It is known as The Most Beautiful Hall in Europe, according to the description of Napoleon Bonaparte. During floods, Saint Mark's Square is usually one of the first places to flood, but it also becomes a fascinating spectacle with walkways placed for the transit of citizens and visitors.

Acqua Alta Bookstore
The Acqua Alta Bookstore is located in a small street between the Church of Santa Maria de Formosa and the Basilica of Santi Giovanni e Paolo. This peculiar bookstore offers a unique experience for book lovers. Inside, you will find second-hand books of all kinds, stacked in gondolas, bathtubs, buckets and shelves, protected from possible flooding.

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This charming hotel will give you an unforgettable experience in the heart of the city. With its central location and comfortable facilities, Hotel Tintoretto is the perfect place to rest and recharge after exploring the wonderful places Venice has to offer.

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