St. Mark's Basilica

This stunning cathedral is known for its Byzantine architecture, intricate mosaics, and a famous campanile (bell tower) that offers panoramic views of Venice.

Rialto Bridge

One of Venice's iconic landmarks, this bridge spans the Grand Canal and is lined with shops selling jewelry, glassware, and other souvenirs.

St. Mark's Square

The main square of Venice, surrounded by historic buildings, cafes, and shops. It's a hub of activity and often hosts live music and events.

Murano and Burano Islands

Known for their glassmaking (Murano) and colorful houses (Burano), these islands are a short boat ride from Venice and offer a unique cultural experience.

Doge's Palace

This grand Gothic palace once served as the residence of the Doge of Venice and is now a museum showcasing Venetian history and art.

Teatro La Fenice

One of Italy's most famous opera houses, known for its opulent interiors and world-class performances.