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All first-time visitors to Venice find themselves enchanted by places where art, history and traditions mingle to create a magical, unforgettable spectacle.

The best way of discovering Venice is to lose your way among its charming campi, majestic churches, sumptuous palazzi overlooking the Grand Canal and celebrated monuments in St Mark’s Square.

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The church of the Madonna della Salute, one of Venice's landmark churches and one of the most popular places of worship, rises in all its glory in one of the most dramatic locations in the city overlooking the entrance to the Grand Canal and visible from St Mark's Basin.
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Described by Napoleon as the most beautiful drawing room in the world, St Mark’s Square attracts tourists and art-lovers alike and is home to some of the city’s leading civic and religious landmarks.
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The Grand Canal, the main artery of Venice, is the waterway flowing from Punta della Dogana to Piazzale Roma on whose banks the city’s social and political life unfolds.
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Just behind St Mark’s Square is one of Venice’s most visited bridges, the celebrated Bridge of Sighs. This splendid bridge can be admired from Ponte della Paglia, on Riva degli Schiavoni, or if you wish you can walk through it during the Secret Itineraries tour of the Ducal Palace!
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Rialto is the oldest district in the city, the first to be settled by the early Venetians.
Historically the economic hub of Venice, Rialto was the centre of trade and commerce, and is still the site of a picturesque daily market where you can buy fresh fish, vegetables from the lagoon islands and fruit from the nearby coastal area.
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