Casa Del Cinema
Hello, gorgeous: from 18th-century duchess andrienne (hip-extending dresses) to Anne Hathaway's mega-ruffled Versace Venice Film...
Chiesa di Santa Maria Mater Domini
This church was rebuilt c 1524 on the site of a 10th-century church. Sansovino and Scarpagnino are alternately given credit for the...
Chiesa di San Stae
English painter William Turner painted San Stae obsessively, capturing early-morning Grand Canal mists swirling around the angels...
Leave it to Venice to give the usual sports bar crossover appeal. The sleek bar makes this the watering hole of choice for Università di...
Times and dining habits have changed since dogi strained waistcoat buttons at neighbouring Palazzo Mocenigo: Osteria Mocenigo offers...
Lonely Planet review
Venice’s public film archive shows art films in a new 50-seat, wood-beamed screening room inside Palazzo Mocenigo. Original-language classics are shown Monday and first-run independent films on Friday night and Saturday afternoon; check online for pre-release previews and revivals with introductions by directors, actors and scholars. Show up early for prime seating.