Venice Tourist Guide

Venice Tourist Information

Venice welcomes millions of tourists throughout the year and the historical city remains one of the country's most popular tourist destinations.

Venice is best be explored on foot, as walking through the historical streets and squares will allow you to experience and see much more. Venice has some well-established restaurants, pubs and bars, particularly on St Mark's square.

St Mark's square, one of the world's top tourist attractions, is dominated by the impressing Basilica San Marco, and this house of prayer is one of Earth's most adorned churches. When Napoleon Bonaparte entered the St Mark's Square in the year 1797, he wrote about it as one of the most wonderful places he had ever been. The Doges' Palace and the tower from the 15th century are nearby and provide stunning views over St Mark's square and the canals below.

Venice Port Map