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...
Chiesa di San Bartolomeo
German traders didn’t have to stray far from the trading floor of the Fondaco dei Tedeschi to pray for an upswing in the market for...
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...
Minds boggled by a surfeit of San Marco splendour deserve a rejuvenating drink in this upbeat, unpretentious pub, where the bar is...
With just-baked strudel and reliably frothy cappuccino, Rosa Salva has provided Venetians with fresh reasons to roll out of bed for over...
Lonely Planet review
Prolific sibling artisans Maddelena Venier and Alessandro Salvadori pack their tiny boutique with modern Venetian luxuries, casting skull signet rings fit for Johnny Depp, hand-silkcreening mirrors with baroque ballgown patterns, and weaving fish-skeleton chandeliers from wire. They also stock whimsical, affordable works by young Italian designers, including free-form porcelain earrings and anime-inspired mobiles.