Chiesa di San Salvador
A dream made real, San Salvador was conceived in the 7th century when Jesus appeared to a sleeping Bishop Magnus and pointed out the...
Palazzo Contarini del Bovolo
No need to wait for San Marco sunsets to inspire a snog: this romantic Renaissance 15th-century palazzo with an external spiral bovolo ...
Chiesa di San Zulian
Founded in 829, San Zulian got a Sansovino makeover funded by physician Tomasso Rangone, who made his fortune selling syphilis cures and...
Freeform, eclectic and loud, Torino adds an element of the unexpected to otherwise staid San Marco. By day it’s a cafe, but after 7pm...
Like a jazz chanteuse singing standards, Sangal covers popular favourites with unexpected grace notes. Dinner standouts include handmade...
Calle dei Fabbri 4717 · interesting places nearby
Minds boggled by a surfeit of San Marco splendour deserve a rejuvenating drink in this upbeat, unpretentious pub, where the bar is pieced together from broken tiles, tables are tucked under exposed-brick Gothic arches and a giant cartoon fly toasts your health on the ceiling. House specials are scrawled on chalkboards, but the guys in black T-shirts working the bar can recommend something from the range of wines, beer, cocktails and sandwiches.