At 200 meters from Piazza San Marco and behind the splendid Riva degli Schiavoni stands the San Marco Terrace. This luxury apartment is characterized by a large terrace overlooking the canal, the bell tower of S. Marco and the roofs of the city.
The Fontego of Germans
One of the biggest buildings in the city it has been transformed into a luxury shopping center, it is also worth a visit because it offers one of the best views of Venice and the Grand Canal over the top floor open terrace.
Getting lost in Venice is probably the most beautiful thing that may happen to a tourist. Precisely in the hidden narrow streets called ‘calli’ you can bump into the "Bacari", the typical Venetian taverns where you can taste a "ombre de vin" (glass of wine) and a "cicchetto" (typical and excellent snack).
If you wish to experience the true popular Venetian atmosphere, you should definitely visit the Rialto Market, one of the oldest markets in Venice. It is closed on Sundays.
The Jewish Ghetto
The word ghetto comes from the Venetian dialect "geto" which means ancient foundry. Precisely in this place in 1516 the Republic of Serenissima established that all Jews should live together in one place. Today it houses 5 synagogues and a nice museum