A marble-clad masterpiece, teetering on a remarkable series of gorgeous waterways: an unnervingly romantic city, charming travellers with its beauty.

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Gondolas floating down majestic canals, marble bridges crisscrossing the iconic waterways, magnificent cathedrals, awe-inspiring artwork, quaint churches, ceilings decorated with stunning frescos, chic fashion, delicious food and amazing wine. Travel down the iconic Grand Canal into the very heart of the city and find art by Titian, the gilded glory of St Mark’s Basilica, the ornate Rialto Bridge and so much more. Then explore the ancient backstreets, which are decorated with gorgeous churches, which would typically be central attractions in other cities, yet are a mere sideshow in Venice; or sit down in one of the many amazing cafes and enjoy the wonders of Venetian cuisine. Put simply, Venice is so unique, so eccentric, so different and so beautiful that words will never do it justice.

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Grassi Palace
With carefully curated exhibitions of contemporary art, Palazzo Grassi in Venice stands among the best museums in Italy, definitely a must see while in Venice.
Ca' Rezzonico
A superb Venetian palace with impressive architecture featuring an unparalleled collection of eighteenth-century exhibits, such as paintings, interior decorations and furniture. The cherry on top, the windows offer breathtaking views of the city.
Trattoria Antiche Carampane
One of the best places to eat in Venice, with fresh local ingredients, famous for their seafood and the culinary secrets kept sacredly, passed from one generation to the other. A favourite among visiting international celebrities.
Mercato di Rialto
Shop like a local at Mercato di Rialto, one of Europe's oldest markets. This is where the Venetians come everyday to stock up on the freshest of seasonal produce and to socialise with their neighbours. Arrive before 10 am to avoid the inevitable swarms of tourists.
Gelateria Nico
One of the oldest and most delicious gelaterias in Venice. Fantastic ice cream and drinks with a lovely view across the lagoon to Giudecca.
T Fondaco dei Tedeschi by DFS
This could potentially be one of the most elegant and decadent shopping malls you ever step foot in. Prepared to impressed by the beautiful architecture and exquisite attention to detail that went into creating this incredible building. Be sure to make a free reservation to visit the rooftop terrace to wit...
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