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Top Things To Do And Must Visit Places in Venice, Italy

A city with no roads but just canals, Venice.The city is also known as City of Bridges, City of Water, Queen of the Adriatic, The Floating City and with many such names. Indeed a city that you should not miss and witness its beauty. Being in Venice you should get involved in Venice that is exactly how you can enjoy every moment here.
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St Mark's Square
St Mark's Square known as la Piazza or Church of Gold is a  public square of the city, with about 12 major tourist attraction like Basilica di San Marco, Campanile, Torre dell'Orologio and the list goes on. Being center of the city it has major value as there are important government buildings.
St Mark's Campanile, Venice
A major part of Venice's skyline, St Mark's Campanile is a bell tower of St Mark's Basilica. The structure was built as an lighthouse but now it serves you with a fantastic view of the city. The city looks like an old town with red roofs and no canal can be seen, a sight to see.
St Mark's Basilica
St Mark's Basilica is a grand cathedral church, being the top attraction of the city. The cathedral is situated at the heart of the city, Saint Mark's Square. Multi-domed church with mosaic work on the exterior is a great example of Italo-Byzantine architecture.
Doge's Palace
A Venetian Gothic style, Doge's Palace is now a must visit museum in the heart of the city. One of the main landmarks of the city, the palace with embellish ceilings and paneled rooms was home of  Doge (Ruler) of Venice.
Teatro La Fenice
Teatro La Fenice, is an opera theater in Venice. It is said that La Fenice is famous landmark in the history of Italian theaters. A perfect place for not only theater lover but art lovers. La Fenice is a perfect combination of history and modern technology.
Rialto Bridge
City of Bridges has many iconic bridges and one of the oldest of them is the Rialto Bridge. The bridge was built for access to the market that was shifted in the Rialto district, and became achievement of Renaissance's architectural and engineering.
Bridge of Sighs
Bridge of Sighs made out of limestone with 2 windows is a famous bridge not only in Italy, but in the world. The bridge that connects the Dogi's Palace to the Prigioni, has now become a symbol of love.
Grand Canal
Grand Canal, worldwide famous canal as there stands old palaces on both the sides of the canal, making it one of the best things to see in Venice. There are major 4 bridges from where you can get a picturesque view of Grand Canal.
Gondola tour
Cliche? Not at all, visiting Venice and not experiencing gondola tour can be total waste. Roaming in the "City of Water"
 can be one of a romantic experience is to be with your loved one on a gondola ride with the gondolier singing to you and