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  • In this video, we'll show you 10 best things to do in Venice.

  • The suggestions are based on our exciting trip to this unique historic city.

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  • And share your best things to do in Venice or ask a question in the comments below.

  • We also created a mobile-friendly pdf document with all the suggestions for a hustle-free

  • experience on your trip to Venice plus 10 additional suggestions

  • for a symbolic price to help support this channel.

  • Here are our top 10 picks:

  • NUMBER 10: Venetian Ghetto

  • Venetian Ghetto is a Jewish part of Venice dating back to the year 1516,

  • which makes it the first Jewish ghetto in Europe.

  • In fact, according to one theory, the word ghetto derives from the Venetian Ghetto.

  • Visit the impressive square full of history, including Banco Rosso,

  • believed to be the first pawn shop in the world,

  • and where supposedly the termto be in the red numbersderives from.

  • You can also visit the Jewish Museum with guided synagogue tours.

  • NUMBER 9: Grand Canal

  • Grand Canal or Canal Grande is a 2.4-mile-long water avenue

  • or in other words, the main water road in Venice, featuring numerous palaces,

  • luxury hotels, and four bridges, including the famous Rialto Bridge which actually feels

  • more like a street because of all the shops located on the bridge.

  • Most of the beautiful palazzos on Canal Grande were built between the 13th and 18th century

  • by the wealthy Venetian families to demonstrate their affluence.

  • Palazzo Dario, Ca' d'Oro, and Barbaro are just some of such amazing buildings.

  • Grand Canal is also home to museums, churches, a fish market,

  • as well as the renowned Casino of Venice.

  • NUMBER 8: St. Mark's Square

  • Piazza San Marco or St. Mark's Square in English is the main square and the actual

  • center of Venice, built between the 9th and 12th century AD in front of the impressive

  • Basilica di San Marco, nicknamed the Church of gold, a status symbol of Venetian power

  • and influence in the world. Fixed to a corner of the façade of Basilica

  • di San Marco, you can find a famous sculpture called The Portrait of Four Tetrarchs from

  • around 300 AD, which was stolen by the Venetians from Constantinople in the 13th century.

  • The square is also home to the famous Campanile, a bell tower of Basilica di San Marco.

  • The tower features the highest observation deck in Venice,

  • where you can see the city from above as Galileo Galilei did in 1609

  • when he used the Campanile as an observatory

  • and demonstrated his telescope to the Doge of Venice.

  • Just a few steps across the square you will find the clock tower, of course, featuring

  • a big clock as well as the lion of St Mark, a symbol of the Venetian Republic.

  • St Mark Square is also one of the main locations of the famous Carnival of Venice.

  • You can discover many other impressive and unique squares in Venice such as

  • Campo San Stin, Campo San Boldo, Campo San Trovaso, and others.

  • So even if you get lost in Venice, you won't feel bad because there is a new amazing street

  • or square just around the corner.

  • NUMBER 7: Doge's Palace

  • Also located on the St Mark square, stands another important Venice landmark,

  • the center of centuries-long power and influence of Venicethe Doge's Palace.

  • It was the residence of the Doge of Venice, the leader of the Venetian Republic.

  • Doges ruled Venice between early 8th and late 18th century and the construction of the Doge's

  • Palace as we know it today began in the 14th century.

  • The palace consists of the Doge's apartment, institutional, and judicial offices.

  • You can visit the Doge's Palace, which is now a museum,

  • and experience a rich history of this former superpower.

  • Don't miss the Bridge of Sighs, connecting Doge's palace interrogation rooms

  • to the New Prison. The bridge supposedly got its name because

  • the prisoners would sigh at the beautiful Venice one last time

  • before being taken to their prison cells.

  • NUMBER 6: Crypt at San Zaccaria church

  • San Zaccaria church, located close to the St Mark square houses a very special attraction.

  • In the basement, you will find a crypt where many of the doges of Venice were buried.

  • But because of the water from surrounding canals, the crypt floor is always flooded,

  • which is a common phenomenon in the buildings of Venice.

  • You can enter the crypt at certain times of day when the church is open, and the ticket

  • will only cost you 1.5 EUR.

  • Of course, Venice is home to many other amazing churches

  • like the Basilica of Santa Maria della Salute with an amazing view of Venice,

  • or San Francesco della Vigna with an adjacent monastery built on a former vineyard,

  • another great hidden gem to discover in Venice.

  • NUMBER 5: Venetian Arsenal

  • Venice was a naval superpower and in order to build ships throughout history,

  • Venice created what is believed to be one of the largest industrial enterprises in the world

  • before the industrial revolution. The Arsenale di Venezia was a vast complex

  • of shipyards, armories, and other buildings, many of which still exist today.

  • The production of galleys in Arsenale was unlike any other production process of its time

  • While major part of the Venetian Arsenal is closed for public,

  • if you attend private events, or the famous Biennale of Venice, you will

  • be able to see most of Arsenale since the Biennale takes place also in the abandoned

  • Arsenale pavilions. You can still visit the impressive exterior wall

  • and walk along the canal that connects Arsenale with the lagoon.

  • NUMBER 4: Museums and art galleries

  • Venice is home to amazing museums and art galleries.

  • Located next to Arsenale you can find the Naval History Museum and ships pavilion

  • and see some of the ships that were built here during the Venetian golden era.

  • Don't miss Galleria dell'Accademia, Museo Civico Correr,

  • Ca' Rezzonico, Venice Glass Museum in Murano, etc.

  • Famous galleries include Punta della Dogana, Peggy Guggenheim Collection,

  • or Giudecca 795 Art Gallery.

  • NUMBER 3: Bridges

  • Did you know that Venice is situated on 118 small islands connected by over 400 bridges?

  • Bridges became an important part of the city's infrastructure, as well as amazing pieces

  • of architecture. Apart from the Rialto Bridge and the Bridge of Sighs that we already mentioned,

  • Venice is home to many exceptional bridges with amazing history such as:

  • Ponte dei Pugni or Bridge of Fists celebrating centuries-old Venetian tradition of fist fights

  • between Venetian clans. The losers would eventually fall into the canal below the bridge.

  • The foot markings indicate where each part of the clan would have to stand during the fight.

  • Ponte Chiodo or Nail Bridge, an ancient bridge without rails

  • A much more modern Ponte dell'Accademia bridge, crossing the Grand Canal,

  • Ponte del Paradiso, and many others.

  • NUMBER 2: Gondola and Vaporetto

  • Venice would not be Venice without gondolas, an iconic rowing boat constructed specifically

  • for use in the Venetian lagoon. You can find gondolas in most parts of Venice,

  • and to truly experience the ancient Venetian canals, a ride on a gondola is a one-of-a-kind

  • romantic experience. However, gondola rides can be very expensive,

  • from 80 to over 100 EUR for 40 minutes. You can also take a guided motorboat tour.

  • Check the description for links.

  • However, a cheaper alternative is buying a ticket for Venice public water transportation

  • called Vaporetto. This way you will still be able to experience

  • some of the main canals and attractions from water, which can also be an exciting experience.

  • Check the description for links to current gondola prices and Vaporetto line maps and tickets

  • NUMBER 1: SURROUNDING ISLANDS

  • Venice is located in the Venetian Lagoon, consisting of over 100 additional islands,

  • some of which can be easily reached by Vaporetto.

  • Most important islands include Murano, famous for glass blowing factories of the world-famous

  • Venetian or Murano glass. You can visit one of many glass factories and for a couple of

  • Euros, you can even experience live glass blowing and glass making.

  • The island of Burano, located further away, is known for incredible colorful façades

  • and beautiful lace products and can be a very exciting addition to your trip to Venice.

  • Other interesting islands include a quiet Torcello island,

  • San Michele, home to impressive Venetian cemetery,

  • or Sant'Erasmo island, also called the garden of Venice.

  • We created a mobile-friendly .pdf document that you can store offline on your phone covering

  • all places in this video including maps, links, opening hours, and other information

  • plus 10 additional attractions

  • so that you can avoid the hustle and stress when you're in Venice.

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