Things to do for Adventure Travelers in Venice and the Northeast 

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    Piazza San Marco

    Piazza San Marco, Venice 30124 Italy
    163 reviews

    March is the best month of the year here in Venice, when sun heats my body and wind smells of east.

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    Bridge of Sighs

    Sestiere San Marco, Venice 30124 Italy
    68 reviews

    "I stood in Venice on the Bridge of Sighs, A palace and a prison on each hand." - Lord Byron The bridge was given its name by Lord Byron in the 19 century. The idea being that the view from the bridge was the last site of Venice that prisoners would see before being condemned to their fates.

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    Grand Canal

    80 reviews

    It is believed that the Grand Canal follows the course of an ancient river. One of the first settlements in the area grew along the canal around the area of the current Rialto Bridge. The Canal Grande snakes through the city of Venice in a large S shape, traveling about 3,800 meters (2.36 miles) long and ranges from 30 to ...

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    Rialto Bridge

    Ponte di Rialto, Venice 30124 Italy
    94 reviews

    Gorgeous bridge and even better view of the canals!

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  • 5

    Canals of Venice

    Venice, Italy
    34 reviews

    There's no chance you can miss the canals of Venice, since they're everywhere :D and that's what makes Venice as remarkable as it is. I love the atmosphere with all the canals, the bridges and the old houses.

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    Casa di Giulietta

    Via Cappello, 21, Verona 37121 Italy
    31 reviews

    Un monumento che in realtà non esiste, ma è la casa degli innamorati di tutto il mondo

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    Venetian Lagoon
    2 reviews

    This is obviously not something for everyone, but I am an avid fan of urban exploration. Poveglia is an abandoned island in the Venetian lagoon, just toward the tail end of Lido. It houses an old lazzaretto with a history that is the subject of much folklore. Getting to it is a bit tricky, as is getting around it, but ...

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    Torre dei Lamberti

    Via della Costa, 1, 37121 Verona, Italia
    3 reviews

    I have fallen hopelessly in love with Verona. And this tower is one of the reasons. LOCATION ======== Go to the Piazza delle Erbe and at the heart of this piazza is the Torre dei Lamberti. HISTORY ======= Tower dates from the 12th century, although it has been added to and changed since then. A lightning knocked its top off ...

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    Basilica di Santa Maria Gloriosa dei Frari

    San Polo, Venice, Province of Venice, Italy
    11 reviews

    I absolutely adore Frari. The funerary monument to Antonio Canova lies within the great walls of this Basilica. Only the sculptor's heart is entombed there, however. Many famous and historic tombs can also be viewed. It's well worth the visit. The Basilica itself is enormous and stunning to behold.

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    Via Torcello, Venice 30175 Italy
    4 reviews

    Torcello is an island with very few inhabitants and very beautiful sights. Visit the Basilica di Santa Maria Assunta and the ruins that surround it.

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  • 11

    Weekly Market

    Treviso, Italy
    2 reviews
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    Gondola Service

    1 San Marco, Venice, VE 30124, Italy
    55 reviews

    We thoroughly enjoyed our Gondola ride through the winding Venetian canals. The elderly gentleman that took us around had a very sweet, soft, but talented voice. We look forward to the next excursion through the Venice labyrinth.

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    Bar Dei Osei

    Piazza dei Frutti, 1, 35122 Padua, Italy
    2 reviews

    This is the perfect place for a drink before lunch or dinner. According to Padua uses, people get a glass of wine or 'spritz', together with a tramezzino or a roll with porchetta or mortadella. Rolls and tramezzini are really fantastic. There are tables outside where to sit and have a little time relaxing, eating and drinking, after food shopping ...

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    Basilica di San Marco

    San Marco 328, Venice 30124 Italy
    94 reviews

    The Basilica of San Marco was built in the eleventh century, and it was the Venetian leader's (the Doge) Chapel. It was only during the early part of the 19th century that it became a Basilica serving the Venetian people. When you visit Venice and see Saint Mark's you'll notice that it is different looking from most of the Catholic ...

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    Bacaro Jazz

    San Marco, 5546, 30124 Venice, Italy
    4 reviews

    Not really a club, this restaurant-by-day turns into a hip, trendy nightlife spot (one of the few) in Venice proper. Located close to the Rialto bridge, it's right in the heart of the action and attracts a younger crowd looking for an upbeat atmosphere and interesting cocktails. They make some pretty decent drinks and have one of the more extensive ...

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    VIA PONTE NUOVO 9 / D, 37121 VERONA, Italia
    3 reviews

    AMNESYA CAFE is located in downtown Verona very close to the famous Piazza delle Erbe, and has a terrace overlooking the Adige river. We have a large saal upstairs with enough place for gathering of 100 people We are open everyday from 10 in the morning to 2 0’clock in the night. The kitchen is always open offering many quick ...

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    Palazzo Ducale

    Sestiere San Marco 1, Venice 30124 Italy
    36 reviews

    The Palazzo Ducale (Doge's Palace) was created for the ruler of the Republic of Venice. The Doge was the elected leader of Venice, and once elected the Doge ruled for life. The Palace is next to St Mark's Cathedral. While in the Palace, make sure you visit the Palace jail. We were told that the infamous Casanova was a prisoner ...

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    43 reviews

    A little fishing village located north of Venice, the town is known for it's picturesque, brightly painted houses and for being the makers of lace. Definitely worth a visit!

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    Peggy Guggenheim Collection

    Sestiere Dorsoduro 701, Venice 30123 Italy
    29 reviews

    The extraordinary villa housing the private collection of Peggy Guggenheim is one of my favorite places in Venice and one of the best museums in the world. The sculpture garden is fantastic and it's a nice place to enjoy the shade. The sculpture in front of the villa is hilarious and truly captures the essence of the collection--it's fantastic art ...

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    Rialto Markets

    26 reviews

    I am a big fan of local markets. In fact, whenever I visit a European city, the first thing I ask people is "Where is the local market?" The Rialto Markets is the Market in Venice. However, a lot of people don't know about it, and it is small compared to most of the markets I have been to. Hidden ...

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