Napoleon filled his royal digs over Piazza San Marco with the riches of the doges, and took some of Venice's finest heirlooms to France...
Like a revolver pulled from a petticoat, ultra-modern Negozio Olivetti was an outright provocation when it first appeared under the...
The basilica’s 99m-tall tower has been rebuilt twice since its initial construction in AD 888, and Galileo Galilei found it handy for...
Florian maintains rituals (if not prices) established c 1720: white-jacketed waiters serve cappuccino on silver trays, lovers canoodle...
Osteria da Carla
For the price of hot chocolate in Piazza San Marco, diners in the know duck into this hidden courtyard to feast on handmade ravioli with...
Piazza San Marco 67/a · interesting places nearby
Pick up high-class doilies at one of the city's traditional purveyors of fine Burano lace -recognised world-wide as classic Venice. This little store is draped in luxurious lace and also festooned with Murano glass.