The Grand Canal runs through the historic centre of Venice. If you want to observe and admire the city from a different angle, take the boat to St. Mark’s Square from the Santa Lucia railway station. St. Mark’s Square is the first place that comes to mind when people think of Venice. Of all the bridges in Venice, the most famous has got to be the Bridge of Sighs, which was named after the sighs of the convicted as they were led away to the nearby prisons. Rialto Bridge, which appears in all its shining glory along the Grand Canal is a must-visit, one of the most famous photo locations in the world. Gondolas, bridges, markets, monuments, a dream square: all this is Venice and much more.
- Saint Mark’s Square, the imposing Bell Tower and the Basilica
- the Peggy Guggenheim Collection
- Doge’s Palace and Bridge of Sighs
- The Arsenal
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