1. Venetian Arsenal
When someone mentions Venice, the tranquil water around the place is definitely something every single one of the visitors looks around into. The Venetian Arsenal has been a status of pride around in the country. It has been churning out ships since way back in history and the magnificent wealth and beauty of the country is definitely defined by this enigmatic complex. It is littered around with a wide range of bars and a number of an informational display.
Don’t Miss: Explore around the place and go through the display if you wish to get to know a bit more of the history of the place.
2. Jewish Museum
Jewish Museum is one of the noteworthy tourist destinations in Venice. It was founded by the Jewish Community of Venice and is located in Campo of the Ghetto Novo. The museum showcases valuable items made by textile makers, goldsmiths, and coppersmiths along with ancient books and manuscripts depicting civil & religious lives of the community.
Don’t Miss: Alef – the Bookshop – and Library archive
Opening hours: 10 am – 7 pm from June to September & 10 am – 5:30 pm from October to May
Charges: € 4
3. Santa Maria Gloriosa Dei Frari
Santa Maria Gloriosa dei Frari is a stunning Gothic church by the Franciscans. The chapel, façade, and the interiors look sober, artistic, and charming. Besides, the church displays some famous historical paintings, figures, and sculptures by most popular artists of the Renaissance period. Undeniably, this is one of the not-to-be-missed tourist places in Venice.
Don’t Miss: Wooden statue of St. John the Baptist by Florentine sculptor Donatello, Madonna and Child enthroned with Four Saints by Giovanni Bellini, Monks’ Choir by Marco Cozzi, an altar painting of Assunta by Titian
Opening hours: 9 am – 5:30 pm
Charges: € 3
4. Chiesa Della Madonna Dell’Orto
The Church of Madonna dell’Orto is another one of the most famous places to visit in Venice. It was built in the 14th century and dedicated to Saint Christopher Martyr. The church looks gorgeous with its brickwork construction, mullioned and rose windows, stunning arches, geometrical themes, and marble pillars.
Don’t Miss: Sculpture of Madonna with Child, Altarpiece of St John Baptist with Saints Peter, Monument to Gerolamo Cavazza, and Martyrdom of St Lorenzo by Daniel van den Dyck
Opening hours: 10 am – 5 pm
Charges: € 2.50
5. Ca’ Rezzonico
Ca’ Rezzonico is a public museum located on the bank of the Grand Canal and one of the best places to visit in Venice. This is one of the 11 museums managed by Fondazione Musei Civici di Venezia authority and has outstanding collections of paintings and sculptures including masterpieces by Titian, Mantegna, Van Dyck, Tullio Lombardo, and Bernini. The museum also boasts of its marvelous collection of Venetian glasswork and vintage furniture.
Don’t Miss: Famous work of The Allegory of Merit, the picture illustrating the family of Barbarigo, Throne Room, and Chinoiserie-style salon
Opening hours: 10 am – 5 pm
Charges: € 30
6. Teatro La Fenice
Teatro La Fenice is an opera house of Venice and many popular Italian theaters have been showcased here. Its architectural charm makes it one of the most beautiful places in Venice. La Fenice has hosted many famous operatic premieres and performances of famous composers like Rossini, Bellini, Donizetti, and Verdi. The construction was devastated by fire incidents thrice but it was always rebuilt and refurbished to its original glory. No wonder, Teatro La Fenice is one of the most famous tourist destinations in Venice.
Opening hours: 10 am – 6 pm
Charges: € 20 onwards
7. Birreria La Corte in Campo San Polo (San Polo Sq.)
Birreria la Corte is positioned within the bustling with locals sq. of Campo San Polo, and has an informal, household really feel in an previous brick constructing with a courtyard.
It has an intensive menu together with plenty of pizza, with my prime picks being the San Barnaba – mozzarella and provola from Agerola, prosciutto, mushroom and truffle cream from Alba, and Rialto (named after the native bridge after all).
Zucchini, native burrata cheese, provola from Agerola and prosciutto.
Hours: Birreria la Corte 12pm-3pm, 6pm-10.30pm, seven days every week.
8. Jazz Membership Novecento in Campiello del Sansoni.
Jazz Membership Novecento (900) is tucked right into a tiny facet avenue, and chances are you’ll want Google maps that will help you find it, however it’s really solely a ten-minute stroll from St Mark’s Sq..
The ambiance is a 1940s jazz model with plenty of memorabilia across the partitions.
The pizza is nice they usually have dwell jazz typically, outside seating and late closes.
Hours: Jazz Membership Novecento 11.30am-4pm, 7pm-2am, on daily basis besides Monday.
Value: Round €10-€15 for a restaurant pizza on the whole in Venice, together with within the locations talked about.
Each are in beautiful settings and their very own attraction and huge wood-fired pizza ovens.
9. Relax watching shows at the Musica a Palazzo
Venice naturally lends itself to the fine arts. If you want to spend the night enjoying some entertainment, this is the place to be. You can book tickets online as well. The location overshadows the grand canal. The mansion where the opera takes place has very neatly decorated rooms featuring works of art from renowned artists.
10. Play games and gamble at the Venice Casino, at the Ca’ Vendramin Calergi
If you are above 18 and are into playing Blackjack, Roulette, and various other games responsibly, this casino is the perfect destination for you. Tournaments and events are regularly held here. You will also find plenty of restaurants. Before visiting, it will be a good idea to check out the website for the upcoming events.
11. Have drinks at the Caffé Florian
16. Gondola ride with romantic serenade and dinner (97 USD)
17. Grand Canal
Canale Grande or Grand Canal is the most important icon of Venice- lined with gorgeous and vibrant looking palaces and castles on both sides. The canal is one of the best places to visit in Venice and meanders through the city in a zigzag way with a few breathtaking bridges built over it.
It is one of the most popular places to visit at Venice at night, to enjoy the stunning sunset and watch the sparkling water of the canal.
18. Gallerie Dell’Accademia
This is one of the most prestigious art galleries and most famous places in Venice, known for a rich collection of Venetian paintings. The paintings are arranged chronologically so that one can comprehend the evolution of art forms of the medieval period.
Don’t Miss: Works of Bellini, Carpaccio, Giorgione, Veronese, Tintoretto and Tiziano. Some of the must-see masterpieces are Michelangelo’s David and Slaves, Rape of the Sabines, Cassoni Adimari and Jacopo di Cione.
Opening hours: 10 am – 7:15 pm on all days except Monday. The gallery is open from 10 am – 2 pm on Monday.
Charges: € 12 + € 1.50 as reservation fee
19. San Giorgio Maggiore
We took a personal taxi water tour of Venice with Walks of Italy and it was a tremendous approach to see Venice.
Our tour ended with a cease on the island of San Giorgio Maggiore the place we took an elevator to the highest of the bell tower of the church of San Giorgio Maggiore for essentially the most jaw-dropping view of Venice.
It’s the spot the place postcards are made and because the bells rang, we regarded out and admired our 360 diploma view of all of the islands surrounding town.
One among Italy’s biggest achievements is pizza.
The birthplace of pizza is Naples, however Venice additionally has a number of improbable pizza on provide, with some toppings created for the world with native elements.
Two of my favourite locations to have pizza in Venice are:
21. Rialto Bridge
Rialto Bridge is one of the famous landmarks of Venice- built over the Grand Canal in 1588. Besides linking two crowded streets of the city, the bridge is regarded as one of the best places to visit in Venice, Italy. It is an important crossing point of the Canal.
Don’t Miss: Watching the gondolas and boats passing under the bridge, posing on the bridge, watching the adjacent fresh market, and visiting Bartolomeo – one end of the bridge
22. Doge’s Palace
One of the famous places to see in Venice, Doge’s Palace is an immensely beautiful and gorgeous palace, located on the bank of the Grand Canal. During the early days, it was the Seat of Government, the Palace of Justice, and the official residence of Doge. The finesse & soberness of its Venetian Gothic architecture and décor set it a class apart.
Don’t Miss: Popular tourist attractions like Porta della Carta, Scala dei Giganti, gold vaulted Scala d’Oro, Sala del Collegio, and works of Tintoretto
Opening hours: 8:30 am – 7 pm
Charges: € 14
23. Basilica Di San Marco
Basilica di San Marco or St Mark’s Basilica is one of the beautifully designed churches in Venice. The marvelous décor with gold mosaics and works by Renaissance painters and Byzantine domes are incredibly charming.
Don’t Miss: Pala d’Oro (the golden altarpiece), mosaics designed by Titian & Tintoretto, and Quadriga of St Mark’s (a group of four bronze horses)
Opening hours: 9:45 am – 5 pm
Charges: € 5
24. Piazza San Marco
Piazza San Marco is the most crowded public square and one of the most happening places to visit in Venice, located in front of St. Mark’s Basilica and Doge’s Palace. The square is separated from the palace by a small inland waterway, known as the Rio Batario. This is the place where all the government buildings and other offices are located in Venice.
Don’t Miss: A city tour that covers all the major Venice attractions, a map would suggest. This includes places like St. Mark’s Basilica, The Bell Tower, Doge’s Palace, St. Mark and St. Teodoro of Amasea columns, National Library of St. Mark’s, the Museum of Archaeology, and the Correr Museum