An impressive journey into the glorious past of the Venetian Republic awaits you. The Doge’s Palace, St. Mark’s Cathedral and St. Mark’s Square with all the nearby sights such as the famous Bridge of Sighs give an overall impression of the city on the lagoon. The masterpiece of Gothic architecture, the Doge’s Palace, was for nine hundred years the magnificent centre of Venetian power.
The historic and artistic delights of St. Mark’s Cathedral provide an insight into both church history and the grandeur that was Venice. Another highlight is the Bridge of Sighs, which together with the Rialto Bridge is surely one of the most well-known and most photographed bridges in Venice. Countless legends surround this bridge that connected the Doge’s Palace to the city’s prison and its dungeons.