You can easily reach Venice in a short time, thanks to the frequent departure of boats. Discover the centre of Venice and its riches.


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Riva degli Schiavoni and Piazza San Marco

GPS coordinates
45.4342, 12.3385

You can reach Riva degli Schiavoni in about half an hour from Punta Sabbioni. You can reach the centre of this beautiful town from this strategic point and thus discover the history it has to offer, from the famous San Marco Square with its impressive Basilica, the Palazzo Ducale and the San Marco bell tower. This is an itinerary to discover art and architecture in such a rich town, known among the major maritime powers, with its historic buildings, always involved in the development of tourist and artistic activities thanks to the successful museums which organise various events and exhibitions for many visitors throughout the year. One of the museums of this central area of Venice, the Archaeological Museum is a must see to continue your journey in the direction of the Correr Museum, exactly located on the opposite side of the Square next to the Basilica.

The buildings of Venice

GPS coordinates
45.4338, 12.328

Hike slowly at the far end of the Sestriere of San Marco to reach Palazzo Grassi and subsequently get to Palazzo Fortuny.

Ponte di Rialto

GPS coordinates
45.438, 12.3359

The itinerary can continue just beyond the Rialto Bridge with a visit to Palazzo Camerlenghi, at this point you will be able to take the opportunity to admire the basilica of Santa Maria Gloriosa dei Frari and the church of San Rocco.

Canal Grande

GPS coordinates
45.4311, 12.3281

You can end your day by going beyond Grand Canal and visit the church of Santa Maria della Salute and possibly visit the nearby Accademia Gallery.