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Car Park in Venice

Parking in Venice
It is one of the most important cities in northern Italy and its historic centre has been declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site. It has an ancient history and a well-preserved heritage.

Where to park in Venice

Parking in Venice is not an easy task, in fact you will have to park in one of the car parks located close to the city, as there are no free parking spaces. But thanks to Parkimeter, you can easily solve this problem. In fact, you can search, compare and choose the best parking for your needs, such as Garage San Marco located in the last place accessible by car in Venice, close to the historic centre.

What to do in Venice in three days?

If you are planning a visit to Venice, here are the most famous and worthwhile places to visit in the city. Let's start with St Mark's Square, the heart of the city. Among beautiful historical buildings, it will enrapture you with its charm. Close to the square is the famous Clock Tower. The square takes its name from the basilica which occupies part of it, St Mark's Basilica, built to house the relics of St Mark, from which a visit to the from here a visit to the 98.6 metre high St Mark's Bell Tower is a must, it is one of the symbols of Venice.

After visiting the square, head to the Doge's Palace, a masterpiece of Gothic art, divided into several areas. After your visit, you can relax with the classic city aperitif, the spritz, a popular drink here that you can enjoy in the Dorsoduro district, a university area with many bars. In this area you can also find the "squeri", by now very few left in Venice, they are typical shipyards for rowing boats, where both the maintenance and the construction of the boats are carried out. It is also possible to visit them, but it is necessary to contact them in good time.

Unknown areas to tourists in Venice with a lot of history

The Jewish Ghetto is an area with three different synagogues and is architecturally different from all the other neighbourhoods in the city.

After your visit, head to the famous Rialto Market, a large indoor market on the canal with kiosks of various types. This is the perfect place for a food and wine tour. Few people know that that in Venice, among the things to see, there is a door. This is located just behind the Rioalto bridge, at number 456, and it is a door with an unusual shape. The lower part is much wider than the upper. The lower part of the door is much wider than the upper part, because in the past this building was owned by the Confraternity of Boteri, the craftsmen who made barrels for the wine. This is also evident from the high reliefs depicting barrels.

In the afternoon, after a short break to recharge your batteries, we recommend you cross the Ponte dell'Accademia, which leads to the Accademia Galleries. Here you will find works ranging from the 14th century to the Renaissance, by artists such as Titian, Tintoretto and Longhi. It also contains one of the most famous da Vinci's most famous works: "The Vitruvian Man". We also invite you to admire one of the rare 'wheels of the innocents' still visible in Europe, precisely at Calle della Pietà. It was intended for mothers who were not in a position to raise their children and were therefore forced to abandon them. The peculiarity of the wheel is the possibility of leaving the child in total anonymity, since once the newborn was placed inside the special cradle and the bells had rung, warning the nuns of a new arrival, the mothers could leave without being recognised.

Places to visit near Venice

You can't leave Venice without first seeing Murano, just 40 minutes away from Venice, which can be reached by vaporetto.

We recommend you spend a day in the village dedicated to the history of glass production, where you can also watch glass-blowing demonstration, demonstrations of glass blowing and find real works of art. Back in the afternoon to visit unique in the world, the Acqua Alta Bookshop, a bookshop designed to "resist" high water, where the books are placed on boats and gondolas.

Inside there is also a wonderful courtyard with a staircase made only of stacked books. Walking from the bookshop towards St. Mark's Square you will find the Scala Contarini del Bovolo, which can be accessed by booking online. This spiral staircase is one of the hidden panoramas of Venice and from the top of which you will admire a panoramic and wonderful view of the city.

view of the city. It is the perfect place to relax before returning from the experience and transporting experience that only a city like Venice can offer.

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