Museo Diocesano di Venezia
Housed in a former Benedictine monastery dedicated to Sant’Apollonia, this museum has a fairly predictable collection of religious art...
Tucked behind the main altar containing St Mark’s sarcophagus is the Pala d’Oro, studded with 2000 emeralds, amethysts, sapphires,...
Ponte dei Sospiri
One of Venice's most photographed sights, the Bridge of Sighs connects Palazzo Ducale to the 16th-century Priggione Nove (New Prisons)....
Never mind the lackluster pizza menu: follow the locals' lead and stick to the sleek modern bar, which is moored in the centre of the...
Pasticceria Da Bonifacio
Pastry awards line the wall in this tiny bakery where gondoliers and Venetian housewives flock to devour the buttery, just-baked...
Campo SS Fillipo e Giacomo 4338 · interesting places nearby
Conca d’Oro information
Pizza is not a local speciality, in case you hadn’t guessed from the cardboard pies you’ll find at most pizzerias around San Marco – but this place is the exception. This local joint brought pizza to Venice in 1960 and has been slinging generous thin-crust pies (€7 to €10) with creative toppings ever since, though the nonpizza items are better avoided. Service is not especially quick on busy days, so relax and enjoy the sun in the piazza. Note: the restaurant sometimes closes on Tuesdays in low season.