Look no farther than this shop for your iconic Venetian Carnival mask.
Although named after the sighs of prisoners, it's now the symbol of lovers.
This white marble palace on the Grand Canal is now dedicated to 18th-century Venice.
Make a stop at this palace-turned-art gallery.
The home of perhaps Venice's best known playwright is a museum.
Don't miss out on visiting one of the early church's of Venice.
Those with an interest in the Renaissance will appreciate this museum.
Touring the canals of Venice aboard a gondola is a must while visiting this city in Italy.
Set between the two ancient Venetian synagogues, this museum houses artifacts going back to the 16th century.
For centuries, the center of European glass making was on Murano Island, the best of which is displayed at this museum.