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Centro Storico.

Find your own path through that maze of bridges, canals, alleys and monuments which makes the heart... read more

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Carlos B
Lisbon, Portugal

Remarkable place you could just stand for hours viewing the structure and surrounding area just... read more

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Ken P
Birmingham, United Kingdom
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Reviewed yesterday

Find your own path through that maze of bridges, canals, alleys and monuments which makes the heart of the Centro Storico. Leave your luggage at the hotel, and hit the streets. You won`t regret a single second. Enjoy.

Thank Carlos B
Reviewed 2 days ago via mobile

We found Venice a great old city, offering beautiful sights, however the city was very crowded around the main sights like the Piazza and in the small side streets surrounding it. Further away from it however, the labyrinth of little streets, alleys and cute little...More

Thank ClogsPL
Reviewed 1 week ago

Very crowded and all happening place. Hard rock cafe is there. This place is usually gets crowded after 1:00 PM. So better come as early as possible, specially in summer. Restaurants are a bit expensive compare to nearest places.

Thank ShabuzBD
Reviewed 1 week ago

Remarkable place you could just stand for hours viewing the structure and surrounding area just fantastic

Thank Ken P
Reviewed 1 week ago

nice place to walk around and get lost, explore the hidden shops, but stay away from 10 AM to 4 PM because of the loads of tour groups jamming the streets.

Thank Tyrannosaur
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

The Venice city centre is a must walk experience. You could enjoy great views, take gondolas or water taxis, find multiple souvenir stores (quite strange in terms of the prices because in some very in the centre shops you can get a souvenir cheaper than...More

1  Thank Nataliya V
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

Nice view, alot of things happening. Some restaurants / not the most expensive onve but the higher end. Hard rock cafe shop is located here. The restaurant is further. This place gets crowded after midday. So come early

1  Thank Sofia M
Reviewed 5 weeks ago

If you're visiting Venice, this is the place where all the action is. You have the Grand Canale, The Rialto Bridge with its unique architecture and all the places that allow you to enjoy food or drinks with the best view.

Thank Andreea A
Reviewed 16 July 2018 via mobile

The beauty of Venice is all in the calles, in the canals and the buildings that either restored or “fatiscenti” make the city. The beauty of Venice is destroyed by all of us tourists that cannibalizes the place, the circus that every day destroy the...More

Thank Travelaround59
Reviewed 11 July 2018

Its a typical tourist area - but the best advise is to walk away from the tourist spots and go find the real Venice in the back streets - Cafes and shops 20 - 30 min walk from the centre of Venice are the best...More

1  Thank Mark L
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