A masterpiece of Gothic art and the center of political activity, the Doge's Palace has always accompanied the life of Venice. The ticket allows you to visit the Correr Museum on the same day, also in Piazza San Marco.
Discover the Doge's Palace
Peggy Guggenheim Foundation Dorsoduro Museum
Since 1951, the museum has housed Peggy Guggenheim's personal collection of twentieth-century art. To date, it is the most important museum in Italy for European and American art of the twentieth century.
Discover Peggy Guggenheim Foundation Museum Dorsoduro
What to do in Venice
Going to Bacari
Al Bottegon - Dorsoduro (San Trovaso) 60 cicchetti every day for € 1.20 each Fondamenta Nani 992, Dorsoduro.
Bocon DiVino Vastissima
Choice of fried cicheti (starting from € 2), abundant fish croutons (€ 1.90), sandwich rolls and a choice of Al Bocon di Vino first courses. Campo Santa Margherita, 2978.
Trattoria da Fiore
We eat creamed cod, grilled or fried cuttlefish. In spring there are moeche with white polenta Trattoria da Fiore. San Marco 3461 (Calle delle botteghe).
Own fried flax
In front of the Rialto fish market, with fresh and selected products, the place is very inviting and the staff are friendly and helpful. Here everything is based on fish and vegetables of the highest quality. Fried Linen. Campo delle Becarie, 319.
Ai Do Mori
The oldest bacaro in Venice retains the atmosphere of the past with demijohns everywhere and a ceiling covered with copper pots. Rich proposal of meat and fish-based cicheti that do not exceed € 2. The house specialty is the "postage stamp", a very small sandwich. Bacaro Cantina Do Mori. San Polo, 429.