For a dip, head for the modern Aquamarina , near the Lanterna. Activities and treatments include aquaerobics classes, a gym, saunas and...
This city museum was founded in 1872 and now spills into two neighbouring buildings. Baron Revoltella's original mid-19th-century house...
Statue of Italo Svevo
This lovely cafe and chocolate shop makes everything in-house, including the hot chocolate slowly simmering in a great pot behind the...
Buffet da Siora Rosa
Opened before WWII by Mrs Rosa Caltaruzza – a portrait of whom still graces the wall – the family-run Siora Rosa is still one of the...
Lonely Planet review
Barely 100m from Piazza Venezia stands the waterfront Acquario Marino , where you can view some of the denizens of the Adriatic deep, as well as tropical fish. The former fish market (1913), which fills the southern half of the building, is being developed as a future exhibition space.