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    Rialto Bridge

    4.5
    97 reviews

    The most iconic bridge in Venice - Rialto Bridge - is one of the four bridges spanning the Grand Canal and is the oldest one. It is beautifully designed as a stone arch bridge and is the most popular - and crowded - in Venice, also due to the Rialto Market. Careful here for pickpocketers or higher prices, as it ...

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  • 2

    Bridge of Sighs

    4
    71 reviews

    Celebrated by the great French novelist Alexandre Dumas, this bridge witnessed the love story of two young people as their meeting place and the story, though romantic, ended tragically. It is no surprise since the Greek era that love stories are often tragical. Later on in the Renaissance time, Shakespeare and Racine (and Coeneille) brought back these stories to the ...

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    Ponte dell'Accademia

    3.5
    24 reviews

    One of the many bridges over the canals. This one is much larger as it crosses one of the more main canals.

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  • 4

    Ponte degli Scalzi

    3.5
    16 reviews

    It is beautiful scene and experince the Italy - gondola to see around Venice, although sometimese it smells not so goo.

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    Ponte dei Scalzi

    4.5
    9 reviews

    I imagine we all have some form of the Scalzi Bridge stuck in our mind when we think of Venice. The large and beautiful bridge rises high over the Grand Canal, creating an elegant structure between the buildings on both side. One of my favorite memories of Venice was sitting at the Canal's edge and watching the boats travel through ...

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    Ponte della Costituzione

    4
    11 reviews

    You can tell that this is a much newer bridge, but the more modern appearance offers an understated juxtaposition to the historical architecture that surrounds it. Not one of the more classically romantic bridges in Venice but gorgeous nonetheless.

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    Ponte Guglie

    4
    9 reviews

    The only bridge in Venice that featured spires at either end (the name of the bridge translates to Bridge of Spires). It leads right into the Venetian Ghetto.

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  • 8

    Doge's Palace

    3.5
    3 reviews

    While not as marvelous as some of the other palaces in Florence or Rome, definitely worth a visit in Venice. The adjoining prison and walking across the Bridge of Sighs is interesting to kids.

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