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Things to do for Luxury Travelers in Venice, Italy 

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    Piazza San Marco

    4.5
    167 reviews

    Romance, history, beauty... Come sit by the canals at St. Mark's Square and sip a drink as you watch gondolas pick up their passengers to sing songs to and charm. The museum there show great art pieces from hundreds of years ago, amazing, beautiful, and memories to last a lifetime...

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    Grand Canal

    4.5
    84 reviews

    The Grand Canal is the widest waterway in the city. It's crossed by three bridges, the most famous of which is the Rialto. There are also small gondola ferries that will take you across for a few Euro. The best way to get oriented, if you're coming in from the train station, is to take the Vaporetto all the way ...

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    Gondola Service

    4.5
    56 reviews

    Yes, it is expensive. Since I've already been to Venice so often and never took a ride with a Gondola, last summer I finally decide to try it. We could decide whether we want to ride the huge canals or we prefer smaller, quieter ones. The gondolier sang some songs for us. It was nice!

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    Canals of Venice

    4.5
    37 reviews

    The best and only way to get a real view of the city is by taking a private tour of the Grand Canal! YOu will be able to fully appreciate the luxury and oppulance of the grand dame of Italy!!!!!!!

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    Teatro La Fenice di Venezia

    4.5
    8 reviews

    It is one of my many dreams to someday seen an opera at La Fenice. This is a stunning opera house with an enthralling history. Read City of Falling Angels by John Berendt for more!

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    Peggy Guggenheim Collection

    4.5
    29 reviews

    At first I didn't want to "waste" my vacation time in Venice by going to this museum. I figured, why the heck should I pay to see some great American artworks after I flew all this way to Italy? Well, if you are a fan of abstract expressionism (in particular Calder or Jackson Pollock), then this museum is a MUST ...

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    Lido Island

    4.5
    15 reviews

    A cheaper option for staying in Venice. Only 15 minutes on the Vaporetto from San Marco and has the beaches

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    St Mark's Square

    4.5
    3 reviews
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    Rialto Bridge

    4.5
    97 reviews

    The Rialto Bridge is one of the biggest attractions in Venice. It is remarkable to see what is essentially a marketplace suspended over the Grand Canal. I actually bought a watch from a Diesel shop on the bridge. Beyond that, I would say that beyong browsing the shops is all there really is to do. The neighborhood is famous for ...

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    Basilica di San Marco

    4.5
    98 reviews

    One of the most beautiful Bascillica ever. Do not miss the incredible jeweled screen behind the altar!

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    Bridge of Sighs

    4
    71 reviews

    Beautiful bridge between the 'court house' and the jail.

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    Palazzo Ducale

    4.5
    38 reviews

    not to be missed....breathtaking, and massive. right in San Marcos Square, home of the Doge, and next to San Marcos Bascillica.

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    Venezia

    4.5
    23 reviews

    Visiting Venice cannot be compared to visiting any other tourist grory!

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    Caffè Florian

    4.5
    16 reviews

    The historic, the iconic, the famous Caffe Florian. A must stop for everyone and worth every penny. Inside is a tribute to the 18th century drawing room and a real experience to be served there. Be warned you will be paying more for your coffee and drinks to be sitting on the famed cafe on St. Mark's, and when you ...

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    Burano

    4.5
    44 reviews

    Another favourite of mine is a day excursion to Burano and then to Sant'Erasmo. Many people usually pick Murano (because of its glass blowing factories) and many times opt to leave Burano out. Big mistake: Burano is one of the most peaceful and beautiful islands you will ever see. And don't be put off by the fact that the vaporetto ...

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    Rialto Markets

    4
    27 reviews

    When crossing the Rialto bridge, you will end up eventually on the commercial district. Mainly touristic and souvenirs shops, and you will definitely find something interesting to buy, specially a Venetian mask.

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    Punta Della Dogana

    5
    6 reviews

    Punta Della Dogana is definitely one of the top 10 must-see in Venice. This Museum which at least its concrete interiors rehabilitated by Tadao Ando will impress you, features very interesting installations as well as very large paintings. Too bad the other same-style museum Palazzo Grassi was closed at the moment. Don't miss to go for free around the building, ...

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  • 18

    Al Vaporetto

    4.5
    27 reviews

    Gondolas are for tourists! The vaporetto is the real deal, getting passengers around venice in its busy waterways.

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    Galleria dell'Accademia

    4.5
    8 reviews

    After a visit to the fascinating Gallerie Dell'Accademie carry on walking along Fondamenta Priuli till you get to Campo San Trovaso where you will find Squero San Trovaso, where you can admire gondolas been built or restored. After that carry on walking till you reach the big Canale della Giudecca. turn left and walk along the Zattere, always full of ...

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  • 20

    Arsenale

    4.5
    15 reviews

    The Arsenale is a very interesting area to visit, where old disaffected boat industry hangars are now being reconverted in trendy Offices and Art Exhibitions. It is advised specially if you are an interior designer or an architect, or just a lover of different kind of space.

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