Three Venetian families originally lived at this Gothic 16th-century Grand Canal palace, and they didn’t agree on decor. When Archduke...
Chiesa di San Vidal
Built by Doge Vitale Falier in the 11th century, Chiesa di San Vidal got a 1706–14 Palladian facelift to comemmorate Doge Francesco...
Venice's historic gallery traces the development of Venetian art from the 14th to 18th centuries, with works by Bellini, Titian,...
Palazzo Franchetti Caffè
Only in Venice could directions to a cafe sound like a fairy tale: pass through the wrought-iron gate and the ivy-covered courtyard...
Far from clubby pubs lining Venice's alleyways, A Beccafico basks in the sunshine of Campo Santo Stefano and open Venetian admiration....
Ponte dell’Accademia information
The wooden Ponte dell’Accademia was built in 1933 as a temporary replacement for an 1854 iron bridge, but this span, arched like a cat’s back, remains a beloved landmark. Engineer Eugenio Miozzi's notable works include the Lido Casino, but none has lasted like this elegant little footbridge – and recent structural improvements have preserved it for decades to come.