An art museum showcasing Venetian art from the 14th to the 18th centuries.
Considered by some to be one of the best museums of modern art in Europe.
16th century church on its own little island off of Venice.
A 15th century church with beautiful and vibrant interior artwork.
The small island right next to Burano that can be accessed by a wooden bridge.
13th century church that houses popular artworks including but not limited to the Assumption.
A contemporary art museum located right off of the Grand Canal.
It is roughly a 2.5 hours train ride from Venice to Milan.
Just 2.5 hours from Venice with train. Would highly recommend going and spending at least 2-3 days if not more.
Metropolitan City of Rome
Roughly 3.5 hours from Venice with train or just over 1 hour with plane.
A short 1 hour and 15 minute plan ride away that will cost you around $50 bucks with EasyJet.
One of many civic museums in Venice that showcases Venetian history, culture, and are.
Beautiful island right off of Venice known for its vibrantly colored houses and buildings.
Built in the 9th century and considered one of the most visited basilicas in the world.
Another island right off of Venice known for its glass making.
Beautiful home of the Doge of Venice that reminded me a bit like Versailles.
Perhaps the most photographed bridge in the world. Extremely crowded on the bridge in the summer.
The enormous canal that runs through Venice and is always filled with boats.
A very small, enclosed limestone bridge in Venice built in the 1600s.
The iconic bell tower that is located in Piazza San Marco.
Via Teatro la Fenice
Gorgeous theater in Venice but quite expensive to catch a performance.
I had the opportunity to spend a few nights in Venice. At first, I was very excited to come because I heard so much amazing things from friends and family. But after spending a few days there, I really was not very impressed. It may have been due to the fact that I was there in the summer and so it was unbelievably crowded.
Piazza San Marco
Without a doubt, the main attraction in Venice is Piazza San Marco. This is where all of the action happens.
This Roman Catholic church is one of the most picturesque buildings in the city.
This Roman Catholic church isn’t actually located in Venice, rather on the island of Giudecca