#From the Accademia to Piazza San Marco
One can walk along the Zattere till the tip of Dorsoduro, the Punta della Dogana, now hosting the Museum of Contemporary Art.
From this privileged location we can admire Saint Mark’s basin and the island of San Giorgio, the homonymous church was designed by Andrea Palladio. The island is the headquarters of the Fondazione Cini.
Round the corner we encounter the Salute, the 16th century’s project was by Baldassarre Longhena, Palladio’s closest follower.
On the way back to Accademia, we spot from afar the famous Palazzo Dario; for those interested in ghost stories, this building has an impressive record of deaths and suicides. Almost all the residents who had the misadventure to live in its magnificent rooms died a violent death.
In the same area the Guggenheim Collection, always worth a visit.
Near the Accademia Bridge, the beautiful Gallerie dell’Accademia, one of the finest collection of ancient and modern paintings in Venice.
Across the bridge on your right-hand side Palazzo Pisani, hosting the school of music Benedetto Marcello.
In the wide campo the unmissable Paolin, if you love ice-cream, an old café with outside tables. Now we talk…
When we leave Campo Santo Stefano on calle del Spezier we can go to Santa Maria del Giglio and then proceed quite smoothly along Calle Larga XXIII Marzo to Piazza San Marco.
In calle Vallaresso the famous Harry’s bar, more than a place a microcosmos..managed by the Cipriani family.
Now, we’re ready to reach the only piazza in Venice: Piazza San Marco.
What are you waiting for?
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