This well-preserved 16th-century landmark originally served as a meeting house for Venetian nobility to discuss politics and money....
This fine, triple-domed mosque was converted from a Franciscan church in 1657 and is now used as a music conservatory and concert hall....
Museum of Contemporary Art
Near the fortress, this gallery organises period exhibits starring local and international artists. The permanent collection showcases...
Housed in a handsomely restored old building, Figaro attracts a slightly older, mostly local, crowd and is great for socialising in an...
Rimondi Fountain information
Lonely Planet review
Pride of place among the many vestiges of Venetian rule goes to this fountain with its spouting lion heads and Corinthian capitals, built in 1626 by city rector Alvise Rimondi. Water spouts from three lions’ heads into three basins flanked by Corinthian columns. Above the central basin you can make out the Rimondi family crest.