Solo travelers, couples and those with youngsters will all enjoy the great range of attractions in Venice.
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The population of this area of Venice is approximately 51,000.
This destination is situated roughly 240 miles north of Rome, the national capital. It’s also approximately 8 miles west of Cavallino-Treporti.
Iconic sights such as Rialto Bridge and St. Mark’s Basilica are just one part of what makes this destination special.
Get active with the kids and enjoy some quality time together at Gomma Magica and New Jesolandia. Want more? Adventure Golf and Antiche Terme di Giunone will ensure the good times keep on coming.
Wine aficionado or not, a day of trying out vino at the region’s vineyards won’t go astray. If you are hoping to visit a few, add the Venissa Vineyard, the Savian Vini and the Cantina Marco Polo 6811 to the schedule. It doesn’t matter what order you choose. They are all great fun!
Whether you want to put on your poker face or just take in the lively gaming atmosphere, the Casino of Venice and the Casino Vendramin-Calergi are a must. If you’re on a hot streak and need more high-stakes thrills, why not head onwards to the Ca’ Noghera Casino of Venice and the Casino’ di Venezia?
Horticulturalists and plant lovers will enjoy a stroll around the Papadopoli Gardens.
Bring along a bite to eat and take some time out in the quiet, green surroundings of San Giuliano Park and Giardini Pubblici. You’ll also find plenty of space for a game or two on the grass at Giardini della Biennale and Parco delle Rimembranze.
Lagune von Venedig is is a picturesque location to spot the local wildlife and skim a few stones.
Get away from the hustle and bustle at San Michele Island and San Francisco del Deserto.
Broaden your perspectives by spending some time at one of the area’s intriguing cultural spaces. Ca’ Rezzonico and the Peggy Guggenheim Museum offer a range of collections that are sure to capture your attention. The Academy Gallery and the Palazzo Grassi are also worth a visit.
Those interested in nautical heritage should include a visit to the Naval History Museum or the Maritime Station.
The natural world is on full display at the Venetian Museum of Natural History and the Museo dell’Estuario di Torcello. Lose yourself among their collections as your imagination trails off into unfamiliar worlds.
Venice is a hub of artistic activity, with gallery spaces galore. Immerse yourself in the hip atmosphere at the Punta della Dogana and the Fortuny Museum. If you can fit them in, the Palazzo Querini Stampalia and the Correr Civic Museum are also well worth a look.
Take yourself back to days gone by and unveil mysteries of the past at the Ca’ Rezzonico Gallery or the Museo del Merletto. Do you like the sound of those? Continue your journey at the Negozio Olivetti or the Gallerie dell’ Accademia.
Wander back through this region’s past with a visit to the Squero di San Trovaso or St Mark’s Campanile, just a couple of the historical sites here. When it comes to days of old, there’s always more to discover. Ca’ d’Oro and Forte Bazzera are also great places to stop by.
Don’t miss a visit to Bridge of Sighs or Scalzi Bridge, two proud examples of civil engineering. We’re sure you’ll enjoy the view! Guglie Bridge and Bareteri Bridge are two more impressive structures that you might like to include in your schedule.
Discover the region’s military history by touring Forte Marghera and Forte Poerio.
Whether you consider yourself a spiritual person or not, you’re sure to enjoy a visit to Basilica of St Mary of Health and St. Mary of the Friars. If you’d be interested to explore some more religious sites, check for guided tours at Basilica di San Giovanni e Paolo and Church of San Giorgio Maggiore.Some of the region’s most powerful people have called Doge’s Palace and Palazzo Barbaro “home” over the years. Be sure to take some photos as you admire their ornate architecture and opulent interiors. You may also like to explore the gardens and seek out some stories about Palazzo Contarini del Bovolo and Palazzo Labia.
Venice’s most famous sights can overshadow its less renowned, but equally rewarding attractions. Academy Bridge and Venetian Ghetto could be up your alley. If you’ve got more time to spare, also visit the National Library of St Mark’s or the Ca’ della Nave Golf Club.
Accommodation in Venice
You’ll have no troubles finding the best lodging in Venice. RyanTravel ‘s lodging guide offers 729 different options in this highly regarded destination.
Venice’s more up-market accommodation choices such as The Gritti Palace, a Luxury Collection Hotel, Venice, at Campo Santa Maria Del Giglio O Zobenigo, and the Bauer Il Palazzo, at Sestiere Di San Marco 1413 D are bound to bring a smile to the most discerning travelers. The Ca’ Lucatello TownHouse, at San Marco 3488, and the Ca Maria Adele, at Dorsoduro 111 are two cheaper offerings that are worth checking out if you’re traveling on a tight budget.
If you are in town for just one night and only have limited time to check out the top attractions, it might suit better to stay at the Baglioni Hotel Luna or the Sina Centurion Palace, which are both situated nearby St. Mark’s Basilica.